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Southern Illinois University Carbondale (History)
Souther Illinois University Carbondale (Master's)
My name is Bradley and I am recently moved to Connecticut from the Midwest. I have a Master's Degree in Historical Sciences and have taught American and European History at the college level. Additionally, I have taught Mathematics at the college level. I have experience with secondary education and college level students and like to teach in a one-on-one setting. I really love working with kids and adults and seeing positive results with test scores.
Although I have the most experience with American History, I also enjoy teaching European and African History. I also studied Engineering in college and love the concrete nature of Math. Having worked in different subjects helps me to think and teach outside the box. I like to break down difficult concepts into easy-to-understand steps and give real-time feedback.
I help to make things easy to understand because I like to think simply about Math. I can help students remember concepts readily for test-taking.
I have vast knowledge in History, and it is my passion. I help to make this subject fun and apply ideas to today's world.
Please contact me to schedule a tutoring session. I look forward to meeting you! My name is Bradley and I am recently moved to Connecticut from the Midwest. I have a Master's Degree in Historical Sciences and have taught American and European History at the college level. Additionally, I have taught … Read more
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