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Taylor F.
...I specialize in science, reading comprehension, study and social skills. I have a lot of great hands on activities. I love to make learning fun.
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31 Subjects: including physics, reading, chemistry, writing
Taylor F.
$45.00/hr
Warwick, RI
Tanios B.
...I took Calculus I (with a spattering of what would be Calc II) in high school, followed by Calculus I, II, and III in college. I've dealt with single and multivariable calculus as both differential and integral calculus. I've completed High School Chemistry I and II, competed on my high school's chemistry team, and have completed Chemistry 101 and Organic Chemistry at the university level.
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43 Subjects: including physics, reading, chemistry, English
Tanios B.
$45.00/hr
Warwick, RI
Nelson S.
...When I tutor a student, the first thing I do is evaluate what piece of the foundation is missing. Every science and math concept is built upon the foundations laid last week, month, or year. Trying to teach a concept or technique without the right supports beneath is merely postponing the problem until later.
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12 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, statistics
Nelson S.
$65.00/hr
Foxboro, MA
Conroy B.
...I've taught tennis: I helped instruct tennis to children at a sports camp for 3 summers in a row in high school. I also did some tennis instructing for a local "community special olympics" for children with disabilities, though there was a heavy emphasis on moral encouragement and sportsmanship and less emphasis on actual tennis skill training. It depends on what "discrete math" means.
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24 Subjects: including physics, calculus, statistics, geometry
Conroy B.
$40.00/hr
Providence, RI
Bernie L.
...Much of introductory chemistry is an introduction to the periodic table and how these basic elements interact with one another. It took 3000 years for humans to figure out the relationships in the periodic table, so studying chemistry is a study of the history of human ingenuity. Chemistry can be difficult, especially if a student is weak in math.
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19 Subjects: including physics, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Bernie L.
$145.00/hr
Attleboro, MA
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