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Simeon S.
The most important attributes of any teacher are empathy and patience. I currently attend Harvard University and work as a professional tutor and writer. I've lived all over - Eastern and Western Europe, Scotland, various parts of the United States.
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34 Subjects: including calculus, English, writing, physics
Simeon S.
$50.00/hr
Quakertown, PA
Richard B.
...I am now a NJ state certified math teacher. I enjoy teaching and have a passion for helping students succeed and overcome any type of issue that is effecting their schooling and education. In teaching math concepts, I help the student find the framework of understanding that he or she is most comfortable with.
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21 Subjects: including calculus, physics, statistics, geometry
Richard B.
$55.00/hr
Flemington, NJ
Theresa C.
...First of all, I recently moved to Bethlehem area from Maryland, where I spent 4 years as a math teacher. I got married, and we moved to this area for my husband's work. While my degree is in Biology, I also have experience in Mathematics.
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38 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, biology
Theresa C.
$25.00/hr
Bethlehem, PA
Joseph H.
...Calculus is one of my favorite subjects to tutor. I know the most difficult topics perfectly. I have over 500 hours experience tutoring geometry.
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32 Subjects: including calculus, English, writing, geometry
Joseph H.
$60.00/hr
Bedminster, NJ
David L.
...I also know how to teach combinatorics clearly. Traditionally, combinatorics are taught by repeating a long list of examples involving socks, keys on a keyring, etc. I know an alternative presentation that quickly demonstrates why (L+N)!/(L!N!) is the number of combinations of ways to draw L of L+N things.
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17 Subjects: including calculus, reading, chemistry, biology
David L.
$80.00/hr
Bridgewater, NJ
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