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Amanda V. ...I am a local part-time community college instructor who teaches both major and non-major sciences, mostly Cell Biology and Anatomy & Physiology. I teach as far south as the Tacoma area and as far north as the Kirkland area. I am now interested in becoming an independent tutor.
3 Subjects: including biology, anatomy, physiology
$35.00/hr
Kent, WA
Tim B. ...Those I aided noted that I was patient and direct. I enjoy having fun and being somewhat relaxed. That has been the best way to free the mind to learn.
26 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, physiology, anatomy
$40.00/hr
Seattle, WA
James G. ...After graduate school I worked 27 years for the Dow Chemical Company as a research chemist. During that time I hired, trained, and worked with a number of technologists which gave me experience "teaching" younger people how to conduct scientific studies. I continued my career at the Michigan Molecular Institute where I mentored younger researchers on how to do good science.
2 Subjects: including chemistry, organic chemistry
$40.00/hr
Poulsbo, WA
Nancy W. ...Questions about similarities and differences in experiments and tables are usually asked on the test. The student might be asked to change one variable and show what happens to the other. The student might be asked if the experiment were to change what the suggested outcome would be.
42 Subjects: including physiology, algebra 1, algebra 2, biology
$45.00/hr
Sammamish, WA
Craig M. ...I have always been fascinated by the biological and ecological sciences wanting to investigate "how life works." As a working biology researcher, writer and a high school and college biology teacher I found that devoting time to student’s interests allowed students to be more successful in their...
4 Subjects: including zoology, biology, anatomy, ecology
$50.00/hr
Kent, WA

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