...I am currently a Research Fellow in Brigham and Women's Hospital and a Ph.D. candidate in biophysics. I enjoyed travelling and knowing about other countries. During my time in Madrid I participated in funding and running Cyclicka, a nonprofit project, where I taught people to build, fix, and use old computers helping students to discover and improve new and existing abilities.
Cambridge, MAView Tutor
...I've also toured throughout Europe, Argentina, and the U.S. as a professional bassoonist and received a fellowship to study with the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington D.C. I even have a small private studio of bassoon students. I have a wealth of interests and am interested in pursuing everything to the best of my abilities.
Brighton, MAView Tutor
...There's a reason many students aren't required to take it unnecessarily or opt not to if possible. Much of it is less "here are the steps" like algebra tends to be, and more "analyze and try a few possible steps". It can be frustrating to sort through such a thick topic alone, especially one that requires mastery of nearly everything learned from grades 3-12.
Needham, MAView Tutor
...I have been coaching soccer since the fall of 1993, including 9 years as the head coach of the varsity girls soccer program at Somerville high school, and 16 years of coaching at Boston Soccer Academy/Boston Lightning summer camps. I was granted New York state certification in teaching secondary...
Westford, MAView Tutor
...I have a current Professional License for teaching Physics and Middle School Mathematics and Science, with 16 years of experience teaching science in grades 9-12. That included a new course I designed with a math teacher that combined physics with pre-calculus, counting as two courses, meeting in back-to-back periods every day. 2. I was a physics major at Cornell. 3.
Andover, MAView Tutor