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Dani V. ...Most students do not internalize much by simply listening to a teacher or tutor drone on and on. To truly process new material, students must themselves actively participate. I encourage my students to do this not only by having them work through practice problems, but also, for example, by having them "teach back" the concepts that they have learned.
6 Subjects: including SAT math, precalculus, ACT Math, SAT reading
New York, NY
Christopher K. ...Learn how to problem solve these very math involved problems. Learn how to use fractions and intro to variables. Learn problem solving skills that are needed for the real world in math.
20 Subjects: including chemistry, Spanish, physics, calculus
Montclair, NJ
Bob S. I have a Ph.D in Chemistry/Organic /Medicinal Chemistry. I have extensive and broad tutoring experience, across grade levels and schools (public and private). I am very familiar with grades 9-12 high school curriculum especially in Chemistry, Biology, Algebra and Geometry. I recognize that a motivated student is an easy student to teach.
17 Subjects: including chemistry, geometry, biology, algebra 1
Neshanic Station, NJ
Robert D. ...In a professional capacity, I've edited publications for an educational consulting firm specializing in dyslexia and dysgraphia, as well as developed an e-book program for teachers working with students with specific needs in reading and writing. My ambition as a tutor is to help make writing fu...
11 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, grammar
Brooklyn, NY
Raffi K. ...I teach, practice, and review with my students, but I also value allowing my students to develop projects based on their own interests or passions. My goal is to give my students confidence, whether in reading, writing, or SAT prep. I do this by making the skills and concepts clear, simple, and organic.
18 Subjects: including reading, English, Spanish, writing
Brooklyn, NY