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(14) Private Algebra 1 Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Belmont

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Tiffany

Energetic and Knowledgeable Tutor

Hello, my name is Tiffany Tucker, I am a recent graduate from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. I am currently in the process of becoming a licensed teacher in the state of Vermont. Currently, I am teaching Preschool (started 9/1/2016), and I have three years of experience working as a Para-educator. In those three years, I worked with multiple children with very different needs. I completed my student teaching with fourteen weeks of collaboration w... Read more


Ginger

Master's Degree Grad offers Patient and Personalized Services

Hello, prospective students and parents. I began working with children more than 30 years ago. I graduated from the University of Vermont with a double major in Spanish and Latin American Studies. Before becoming a mother, I taught in a private school setting. In 2006 I completed my Masters Degree in Education. I successfully homeschooled my oldest daughter through the high school level, and continue to educate the youngest, who is currently in 10th grade. This decision has afforded me... Read more


Paul

Most levels of Mathematics

First of all, I have earned a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education from the University of Central Florida. My previous employment opportunities include working for three years with students with math disabilities as well as teaching a small group of students Calculus. Currently, I am in my 14th year teaching math courses at the Community College of Vermont. The math courses I have taught or am teaching include: Basic Mathematics, Basic Algebra, Mathematical Concepts, College Algebra, ... Read more


Vaughan

Published writer; excellent history, English, writing and other t

I love history and enjoy literature and writing. My A.B. degree was about the equivalent of a masters in English. I have had background checks done twice in the last 2-3 years in order to do the substituting I have done and am doing. If you need me to get another, I'll be glad to do one. Grammar is important, and needs to come first. After grammar, teaching someone how to write with a good style, beyond the basics, would be only a part of what I can do. Writing is more than putting down w... Read more


Shannon

Chemistry and Algebra 1 Tutor in the Rutland Area

As an undergrad I was given the opportunity to provide peer tutoring to General Chemistry students. I provided private and group sessions. I had some experience assisting high students when I was a private tutor for high school students at a private school in NH. We focused on understanding the concepts for their chemistry course and in turn strengthened algebra skills. I was passionate about helping others understand concepts of general chemistry and how to approach their exams. I always st... Read more

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Shiraz

A seasoned Electrical Engineer now teaching Physics in High School

I am trained as an electrical engineer and was fortunate enough to spend a rewarding career in that field. I recently decided to change careers in order to teach science and math in high school. I have completed my teaching license program at UMass Boston and earned my M.Ed degree and a MA license to teach Physics and Math. My involvement in education has been prevalent throughout my engineering career through volunteering at local, regional and state level science fairs as a judge. My teac... Read more


Joseph

I'm a passionate math tutor with over 8 years experience

Current: Student of University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Major: Chemistry Year: Senior Past: Graduated from Shepherd Hill Regional (Dudley, MA) High School (Final GPA: 3.67) High School Graduation Year: 2012 Experience in Tutoring: 8 years Age Level: 10 - 29 Relevant Classes: Calculus with Early Transcendentals, Linear (Matrix) Algebra, Differential Equations, Research Reason for Tutoring: I have been tutoring for years now and it is something that I thoroughly enjoy doing. I hope that I can someday become a professor. Awards: Certificate of Academic Achievement (University Read more


Robert

Graduate of MIT with PhD in Applied Radiation Physics

I have spent a 35 year career in medical physics working in hospital environments, doing research, administration, and teaching. I have taught undergraduates, medical school students, medical residents, nurses, x-ray equipment engineers, and I have also helped graduate students prepare their thesis defense. Topics have ranged from undergraduate math and physics to radiation safety and radiobiology. I have also volunteered at the Woodstock, VT public library helping library patrons learn about... Read more


Scott

Math & Chem - Fun with numbers and chemicals - by Scott

In order to build a strong understanding of any subject there are three things that are needed a) a reason to learn b) a willingness to try c) a good teacher These 3 things are clearly related. A good teacher helps provide a reason to learn, and willingness to try help makes a good student. In my experience of teaching from kindergarten to professional levels, the best teachers light a trail for the student to walk. I can do that, light a trail in chemistry and mathematics. I understand what... Read more


Joe

Math Tutor - Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calc

Hello. I have a Masters Degree in Computer Science and after a long career designing and developing applications for the Information Technology industry I decided to do something more meaningful and pursue a career in education. I am a certified teacher in Connecticut for grades 7 through 12 and have spent three years teaching high school math in the Connecticut public schools. I feel that my corporate background complements my teaching as I am better able to create scenarios relating math... Read more


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