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Attleboro Statistics Tutors

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Christine L.
...I've written and read many documents in my educational and professional career. I am very good at writing. I am a former teacher as well.
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90 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
Christine L.
$150.00/hr
Westwood, MA
Tricia M.
Hi! My name is Tricia. I am an accounting professional working for a local government with a focus in education. While getting my undergraduate degree at Bryant I tutored for mathematics at CCRI in Warwick for 2 years. I have a strong background in mathematics and enjoy teaching.
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14 Subjects: including statistics, accounting, algebra 1, algebra 2
Tricia M.
$45.00/hr
Providence, RI
Damien B.
...In that time, I've taught Pre-K and Kindergarten, and worked as an administrator. My teaching certificate is in early childhood education, and I have both a bachelors degree and masters degree in psychology. I pride myself on my ability to connect with children.
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33 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, writing
Damien B.
$50.00/hr
North Providence, RI
David M.
I am entering my 10th year of teaching high school math, and have taught all levels from Pre- Algebra to honors calculus and AP Statistics. I recently completed my master's in Math Education for grades 9-12. I have also coached high school baseball and softball for the past 11 years.
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15 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, accounting, geometry
David M.
$90.00/hr
Franklin, MA
Meredith R.
...I implement goal oriented learning, games and active participation to optimize learning and student involvement. I have come to find that the more the student is actively involved in the subject the more likely they are to retain the subject and look forward to learning. School should not be a burden but rather a window of opportunity.
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39 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, chemistry
Meredith R.
$50.00/hr
Mansfield, MA
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