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Ellie S. ...I also teach university students how to write well and how to speed-read with more comprehension. I have a Ph.D. in European Intellectual History, and I have taught in front of a classroom for many years. I also am a Master NLP Practitioner, and have experience teaching techniques that are useful in public speaking as well as how to overcome fears and concerns about presenting in public.
7 Subjects: including English, public speaking, SAT reading, ACT English
Mill Valley, CA
Leena L. ...I bring out hands-on materials when a student needs help visualizing and making abstract concepts more concrete. I ask questions to encourage new ideas and involved learning. Mathematics is such an important subject to get a grasp of, and is a prerequisite for a multitude of exciting professions.
22 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, calculus, geometry
Santa Clara, CA
James E. ...I also have work experience as a Medical Lab Tech running blood chemistry tests. My education includes a B.A. in chemistry, a B.A. in mathematics plus 90 graduate units in pure and applied mathematics. I absolutely love science.
16 Subjects: including chemistry, calculus, physics, geometry
San Jose, CA
Casey U. ...To end the school year, I received a Friend of Education Award from my district and was nominated for teacher of the year in my building. In the fall I will be attending graduate school at Stanford University learning about the re-design of 21st century education and methods to coach teachers in...
9 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
Stanford, CA
Violet C. ...My intent is to have a supportive learning environment in which the students become active agents in their learning. Instruction is varied to fit each student's learning styles and thus ensure their engagement in a collaborative learning process. I strive to see students individually, in terms of their potential, as well as their unlimited possibilities.
44 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, calculus, writing
Dublin, CA

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