...An S.I. is the equivalent of a class-wide tutor. The beginning topics of these classes covered high school prealgebra. At the graduate level, I have taken several "education" courses (meaning courses that will one day earn me a teaching certification) that addressed reading in classrooms and reading techniques.
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...Students flocked to his lectures. It wasn?t just that he found the culture of early civilizations fascinating; he also truly enjoyed enlightening pupils. From him, I learned the pleasure of imparting knowledge, and I welcome the opportunity to instill a love of our language in you or in your children.
Suffern, NYView Tutor
I taught Algebra1, Biology, and Geometry for seven years to high school freshmen and sophomores. In college I studied math to the calculus level in economics and finance. I studied biology and chemistry at an advanced level.
Mahwah, NJView Tutor
...I graduated with a 3.75 in Economics from Wake Forest University. I've tutored economics at the high school and college level. Scored in the 99th percentile my first attempt and got a perfect score the second time.
New York, NYView Tutor
...During those graduate years, I tutored students in statistics and tests and measurements. I also co-authored articles and monographs about math achievement. When I worked at Kumon North America, I co-created a program for 4 to 6 year olds that included Number Sense, and wrote articles about mat...
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