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UCLA & UCB (Forensic Chemistry)
UC Berkeley (Master's)
Univ. of Washington, Seattle (Graduate Coursework)
Hello tutoring prospects,
I am a semi-retired high school teacher. I have taught chemistry, physics and earth science, and algebra. I presently teach AP statistics and tutor other mathematics courses on a part-time basis as I enjoy teaching. I prefer to tutor in the mathematics field, and in my classroom in Turlock as this makes a whiteboard and the Fathom interactive instruction programs available for tutoring.
I find it enjoyable and satisfying helping students learn.
I have attended UCLA and graduated from UC Berkeley. I have also completed a "PhC" in Educational Evaluation at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Regarding a background check: My present teaching position, which can be verified online, has already required a background check, as has teaching in a previous district and serving as a bus driver of students.
Mr. G. Hello tutoring prospects,
I am a semi-retired high school teacher. I have taught chemistry, physics and earth science, and … Read more
Rusell G. has been a fantastic tutor. He understood my needs and addressed them directly. Was always prompt, and did not abuse the time by getting off on tangents. Helped me understand the Chi-square statistic tests, what they mean, how to apply them to my hypothesis and and to correctly interpret the results and write them up. I highly recommend Rusell G. He is a great tutor and zeros in on the student's exact needs.
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