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Aaron H.
...I'm a straight A college student. I have done well in every math class I've ever taken. I received A's in classes such as Honors Qualitative Analysis.
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23 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, geometry
Aaron H.
$30.00/hr
Providence, RI
Sheila R.
...I also have recently taught reading comprehension in an after-school program at an elementary school in Providence. I worked with middle school and high school students at the RI School for the Deaf for 28 years. My focus was on English Language Arts, and I also taught introductory Latin, English vocabulary from Latin roots, and Roman Civilization.
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18 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, ESL/ESOL
Sheila R.
$35.00/hr
Providence, RI
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
Michael F.
I am a 2012 graduate from the University of Rhode Island. I am a marching band specialist, but also enjoy playing mallet instruments and all percussion! I am willing to accept students of any age and ability level.
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7 Subjects: including music theory, drums, ear training, composition (music)
Michael F.
$30.00/hr
Coventry, RI
Jessica D.
...For example, to reinforce math skills, students could play a game such as math baseball. The skills they have already learned could be also be reinforced by an online jeopardy game for example. Songs, rhymes, and other hands-on activities are also fantastic ways to help students understand and retain information.
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14 Subjects: including English, reading, writing, SAT math
Jessica D.
$40.00/hr
Providence, RI
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