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Betsy B.
...This is difficult to accomplish in a big classroom. I teach outside the box using real world scenarios to make math tangible. I use examples relevant to a student's interests and visuals to help teach math concepts that are memorable.
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18 Subjects: including trigonometry, logic, probability, algebra 1
Betsy B.
$65.00/hr
Andover, MA
Jennifer S.
...I have just completed an M.Ed. in Special Education at Salem State University. I have worked in Special Education programs for the past 2 years. I have just completed an M.Ed. in Special Education at Salem State University.
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17 Subjects: including SAT math, algebra 1, algebra 2, reading
Jennifer S.
$60.00/hr
North Chelmsford, MA
Manasi S.
...I also have some years of experience editing the writing of others. I have edited articles for publication, proofread a variety of documents professionally as well as for family and friends. As a lover of travel, I have always been fascinated with geography and knowing where places are located around the world.
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28 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, ACT Math, SAT math
Manasi S.
$45.00/hr
Lexington, MA
Nainan K.
...I have successfully tutored students in mathematics in the past. Physics is an old love that I understand thoroughly - I can tutor it up to AP level. I am also an expert programmer with advanced training in computer science.
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29 Subjects: including discrete math, C++, C, computer programming
Nainan K.
$55.00/hr
Acton, MA
Jack D.
...Solutions are achieved through logic. Second and third graders solve prealgebraic problems when they are asked to identify the unknown in the equation 3 + Y = 5. By working with simple prealgebraic problems, students build confidence in solving problems with unknowns.
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21 Subjects: including geometry, prealgebra, reading, English
Jack D.
$50.00/hr
Lunenburg, MA
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