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Samantha L. ...These classes have focused on grammar as well as conversational lessons. I also taught for two years in a private language school for adults in Berkeley, CA. I worked with students from all over the world and of all ages (over 16). I learned a great deal about teaching methods and ways to communicate clearly, regardless of the background of the student.
13 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, Spanish, English
Moraga, CA
David H. ...I assign homework after lessons to follow up on key ideas or skills necessary for understanding the material (or tackling how to take the test) and I encourage feedback on things that are or aren't working. I am based in San Ramon and I have a study space available for tutoring students. However, it is no problem for me to travel to another location if that is better for the student.
12 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, chemistry, biology
San Ramon, CA
Hamid D. ...Calculus might be challenging for High School students and that's a good thing. It is easier to learn to think efficiently at younger age and the skills will stay longer sooner it is learned. What makes Calculus challenging is that all the teachers who had to lower the bars for students so at least 80% of students are getting a passing grades, because the system works this way.
8 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, calculus, physics
Hayward, CA
Christopher R. ...I provide techniques best suited for individual students and offer methods of learning that have successfully worked for me. Learning to study effectively improves a student’s ability to retain information and become more productive in shorter amounts of time. I hope to ease frustration with difficult courses and help students excel.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, biology, prealgebra
Union City, CA
Violet C. ...Proofreading – reading for the purpose of detecting typographical errors. One can also learn to do this rapidly. d. Rereading – reading a book more than once. e.
44 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, reading
Dublin, CA

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