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My name is John, and I graduated from Boston College with degrees in chemistry and music, and belonged to my University's Honors Program. I tutored for a chemistry professor in college and discovered my deep affinity for teaching. I possess an extremely patient teaching style, and strive to relay the information to my students in the clearest and most concise manner. I have experienced great success with nearly all of my students. I am also 23 years old, which allows me to relate to my studen... [more]

Despite the fact that I can offer assistance in many subjects to students of all ages, my academic credentials and background which include two Master of Science degrees and several years of teaching experience at a college level make me more inclined to work with college and advanced high school students on science (mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology) as well as standardized test preparation (ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, and MCAT) and academic competition exams. Also, I can work with stude... [more]

I was a full-time Algebra 1 and Geometry tutor this past year, working for a non-profit organization called SAGA Innovations. My name is Ben, and I graduated from Northwestern University in June 2016 with a degree in Journalism. Despite my degree, I plan to spend the rest of my career working in the field of education. This past year I worked as a full-time tutoring fellow for a non-profit organization called SAGA Innovations. Essentially, I tutored 9th and 10th-grade students in Algebra 1 and Geometry at a school on the South Side of Chicago. I formed positive relationships with all of my st [more]

I've worked with students on basic Algebra in regular classrooms, special education classrooms, and in one-on-tutoring settings with both children and adults. I'm experienced in using multiple approaches to teach Algebra, and have had success with students who have had difficulty with the subject before. I love working with students and enjoy tackling unusual and difficult problems. I have a wide range of experience teaching, and I've worked with students of many different ages, backgrounds, and ability levels. I have a no-drama, tortoise-beats-the-hare approach to teaching, and no matter what [more]

I have taught this subject at the secondary level for 8 years. I had the opportunity to teach Algebra in a classroom of diverse learners and non-English speaking students in both a public high school setting and an alternative high school. I find that it is beneficial for most students to have a strong Algebra foundation to help them find success in other math classes. I come with 5+ years of tutoring experience that required dedication and positive commitment through my free time. I tutored college athletes in a D-II University setting throughout my collegiate career. As the lead tutor at [more]

I am a certified elementary teacher with a Master's in Teaching and additional coursework in reading instruction, as well as a background in science and the arts. I currently am working as a Teacher in the Library at a branch of the Chicago Public Library (through a program that places certified teachers in libraries), tutoring students after school. I absolutely love tutoring and believe in a fun and focused approach. If the child is enjoying the learning experience, we will be able to ... [more]

I am a currently a high school math teacher in the Chicago Public School system. I did my certification coursework at Northwestern University. Prior to that, I worked as an actuary for over 30 years. I believe my combination of industry work experience and now in the classroom gives me a unique view of the needs and expectations of students and their potential employers. My teaching method is to create a student who is a critical thinker, a problem solver. I try to use real world examples... [more]

I have been tutoring Algebra to students ranging from elementary to high school levels for two years now. They have improved their understanding to the concepts and processing; and, their grades are at goals. To my prospective students and parents, I'm an educator with a few college degrees in science and health science. I enjoy tutoring children K-12. For the last five years, I've been a volunteer-tutor in community organizations. I am fluent in Portuguese and Cantonese, seconded by Spanish. I'd like to share with you my goal as your tutor. I am attentive to your needs while working with yo [more]

I have over 20 years of experience tutoring in math and science. I have a strong math and science foundation. I received my PhD in Molecular Genetics in 2006 from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and I currently work at the University of Chicago as a research scientist. I use math and science in my everyday life. My goal as a tutor is not only to help students learn math and science, but also to share my enthusiasm and passion for these subjects. When I work with students, I make sure t... [more]

I have tutored several students in Algebra over the past 7 years and work as a small group Math teacher. I am a certified elementary teacher with four years of experience as an elementary school teacher (3 years of middle school Language Arts and Reading and one year of all subjects) as well as seven years as a substitute teacher, three years as a reading tutor for small groups and one year as a math tutor for small groups (Title I grades Kindergarten through Eighth), and three years of individual tutoring in all elementary subjects. Each of these experiences has given me insights, strategies [more]

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