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"We can read, write, and be proud to speak."
My name is Sandra, and I believe every child has their own unique way of learning. Seeking and finding the right key to a child's learning can be a fun adventure. In a world with many words, a child lights up when they can grasp the pronunciation of a word and understand its meaning. This is the foundation for reading. Another light goes on when a child reads a series of words and grasps the thought being expressed. Pictures and other visuals are wonderful tools for reading and un... ... More
"Caltech grad wants to spread his love of science"
Hi! I'm a graduate of Caltech in Chemistry, and continuing my studies in Physics at Tulane. I did fairly well on the old SAT (800 V, 740 M), and was AP State Scholar for my state the year I graduated high school, so I think I'm qualified to tutor for AP exams. In addition, I'd be happy to help with the SAT. I can also offer assistance in study and test taking strategies. I have taught introductory chemistry labs for two terms at UCSB and was an undergraduate teaching assistant for freshman ch... ... More
I am very happy with Carol E. as a tutor for my granddaughter. A lot of progress was made and I'm sure it will make a difference in my childs school work this year. My granddaughter really enjoyed her time spent with Carol.
Duane O. from Bay Saint Louis, MS
"Skilled Math, Test Prep, Reading, and Writing Tutor"
In the spring of 2003 I finished Economics 1000 at our local University of New Orleans. World poverty, market structures and prices, government control of prices, economics of higher education, economics of crime were topics in Chapters 1-3 and 5 as well as our first one hour exam. We sat in a huge auditorium while lectured by our professor standing on a stage with slides on the screen. We finished 13 chapters while covering a huge number of policy, taxation, energy problems, and health issues with social security poverty problems and discrimination that semester. I have many T-F and multiple ... More
I think Andrew is a wonderful instructor. He is very patient with me even when I do get a little upset with myself. I love playing my flute and Andrew makes sure that I won't give up. He is very encouraging. Thank you Andrew.
Lolita L. from Catonsville, MD
"Flute and Piano Teacher/French Tutor"
Andrew is a first year Doctoral Student (DMA) in the studio of Marina Piccinini at the Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University where he previously earned his MM as a full-scholarship recipient. While at Peabody, he have twice been featured as a soloist with the Peabody Camerata, performing Edgar VarÃ¨se's "Density 21.5" for flute solo and Pierre Boulez's "...explosante-fixe..." for flute and chamber orchestra. In addition, he was named first prizewinner in the 2012 Baltimore Mus... ... More
Very patient and understanding, great tutoring skills, and he has been one of the most helpful tutors I have had!!
Kyle D. from South Plainfield, NJ
"JHU Engineering Graduate and Experienced Physics/Chemistry/Math Tutor "
Experienced tutor with four years of experience teaching organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physics, biology, physiology & anatomy, and all math subjects up to calculus II. High yield sessions for quick fixes or exam prep are offered if necessary.
â€œGive a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetimeâ€
To transform students into independent learners.
I am a results-based individual with high standards. One client has... ... More
"Performing & Visual Artist turned Scientist; best of both worlds"
LOGARITHMS!! Your heart rate just spiked, didn't it? DON'T WORRY! No, seriously; stress is the opposite of health.
I'm a neuroscientist/artist, former childhood dancer/gymnast/actress. In high school I was a mathaphobe (afraid of math... though I hated it). I always liked science but never "thought I was good at it" and certainly never dreamed of pursuing it in any way, shape or form.
Speaking of shape and form, that is the very essence of biological science: function follows form!
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