...It was during this time that I gained most of my teaching and tutoring experience, and was selected as one of the best lab teachers of 2006. During graduate school I married and started a family. My husband has two teenage children from a previous marriage, who keep me current with the demands of high school and middle school on students.
North Dighton, MAView Tutor
I earned my bachelor's degree in chemistry in 2014. During my time there, I tutored general and organic chemistry. I was also a peer learning assistant for general chemistry for two semesters.
Brockton, MAView Tutor
...Some topics I work with include solving equations, absolute value, inequalities, proportions and factoring. The study of anatomy involves a good deal of learning terminology. I try to help students by teaching them the meaning of common anatomical prefixes, suffixes, and root words.
Rumford, RIView Tutor
I have a Bachelor of Science in biology (magna cum laude) and am currently pursuing graduate work. I've been a university-level tutor for the past two years, but I've also worked with children ages 10 and up. My biology degree is from Rhode Island College, a small state school in Providence with a strong biology department that sends its graduates to medical school and PhD work.
Providence, RIView Tutor
...Thinking about and "seeing" what molecules are doing never hurts and often helps. When tutoring math, I usually explore different problem solving techniques with the student until we find the ones that work best for him or her. When tutoring writing, I usually focus on clarity, finding your voice, and suitability for the intended audience.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor