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(12) Private Test Preparation Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Bethel

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Carrie

English Tutor Support for Practical Use and Academic Achievement

For over 14 years I have helped people like you develop English speaking, vocabulary, grammar, reading, and writing skills, exploring the many exceptions and often confusing details of the language. After talking with you to determine your current English speaking skills, and reviewing your writing sample, we would determine together your interests and skill needs. We would then develop your personalized learning plan and goals, deciding on the order in which skills may be tackled, and a... Read more


Jim

Retired high energy math teacher

I have a degree in Education from U Maine-Machias. I have taught high school and/or middle level math for fifty years. During that time I have worked with many different learning styles with a great deal of success. I have also spent many summers working with high school math departments throughout the country. I worked with these teachers to help them develop their math curriculum while using best teaching practices. I am highly qualified. I have tutored math students off and on for the pas... Read more


Brett

History Buff and Literature Guru

I attended Norwich University majoring in both history and English. I am a voracious reader and love any form of literature. I took classes such as American History, European History, Medieval History, Russian History, both Classical and Modern Literature, Modern Chinese History, American Government and Politics, and Greek Mythology. I believe in a hands-on and active approach to learning. I find that with problems of memorization, using both red or other brightly colored pens and pacing whil... 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


Susan

"I really believe that you can do this..."

When I teach.... My first job is to create a learning environment that students enjoy. I love learning something new, so education has always fun for me, except when I was learning nothing. Boredom is painful, so I work hard to avoid it. I don't want to receive it, nor inflict it on others. Once I find out what a student enjoys, what he or she enjoys, whether content or activity or energy, becomes part of our interaction. My second job is to set high expectations for student achievement. I ... Read more


William

Experienced History and English Teacher

What I do best is engage students one-on-one or in very small groups. The conscientious student will learn the material, and will learn to think critically about the material. Chances are that we will have a good time doing it. [That's really all I have to say, but the form I'm filling out requires a minimum of 250 words for some unexplained reason (no critical thinking allowed?) so I'm continuing to write, giving you some background and maybe insight into the process I'm going through t... Read more


Jim

I like putting fun and relevance into learning math.

I have a degree in Education from U Maine-Machias. I have taught high school and/or middle level math for fifty years. During that time I have worked with many different learning styles with a great deal of success. I have also spent many summers working with high school math departments throughout the country. I worked with these teachers to help them develop their math curriculum while using best teaching practices. I am highly qualified. I have tutored math students off and on for the past forty years. I prefer to work with these students on a one to one basis. I spend the first session 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


Katharine

Tutor with extensive expertise in natural and hard sciences

I have recently completed a Master of Environmental Science degree, and as such have extensive experience in a wide range of topics, including biology, ecology, chemistry, geology, statistics, and other natural and hard sciences. During the course of my education, I have acquired foundational experience in other topics, including literature, history, proofreading, and others. I received my College Reading and Learning Association Level I Tutor Certificate in fall 2011 during my undergradu... Read more


Sarah

Sarah - SAT/ACT Tutor

I am an Orton Gillingham trained Reading Specialist with a Masters in Education. I tutor students in preparing for the SAT Writing and Reading sections, ACT English and Reading sections, and I help students with their college essays and applications. I have been an ACT/SAT tutor for over 6 years and on average the students I have tutored have improved more than 150 points on the old SATs and over 100 points on the new SATs. I work in a 1:1 setting targeting each area of the Reading and Writi... Read more

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