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David B.
...I have a degree in Earth Science and while attaining this degree I worked with third through sixth graders teaching science. I am licensed to teach middle school science. I have also tutored three of my own children through elementary science.
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22 Subjects: including writing, physics, biology, algebra 1
David B.
$55.00/hr
Franklin, MA
Vincent D.
...A little about myself: I'm finishing up a PhD in philosophy at Boston College. When I'm not working on my dissertation or tutoring, I love hanging out with my two kids! I've taught my own philosophy courses at BC for three years now, and even received an award for my teaching.
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29 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, geometry
Vincent D.
$75.00/hr
West Roxbury, MA
Carolynne N.
...I also love to help students and tutor on the side. I want all students to feel confident in math. Even though I was a math major in college I like to only tutor math from elementary school up to Geometry or Algebra 2 in high school.
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6 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, elementary math, study skills
Carolynne N.
$70.00/hr
Norwood, MA
LAURE Q.
I taught French at Boston University for three years and a half at the beginner and intermediate levels. I also tutor for a professor who is looking to perfect her French. Our weekly discussions are focused on a French novel, L'Etranger by Albert Camus.
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1 Subject: French
LAURE Q.
$30.00/hr
Boston, MA
Jessica C.
...Based in oral language, phonemic awareness serves as not only the foundation for reading it is also the strongest indicator of a students?s potential for learning to read. Years ago phonics was taken out of the curriculum which is now hindering high school level students because they were not taught phonics. Phonics is one of the most important skills students need when learning to spell.
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9 Subjects: including reading, grammar, special needs, elementary (k-6th)
Jessica C.
$55.00/hr
Blackstone, MA
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