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University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Business)
Seattle University (Master's)
Hello, my name is Jeff. I have a Masters in Teaching and hold teaching licenses for middle school science and elementary education. I am passionate about science, especially as it relates to STEM learning (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
As a lifelong learner, I continually seek opportunities for personal academic growth. My goal as an educator is to inspire this same passion for self-directed learning in my students.
I tailor lessons to your individual learning style and needs, and scaffold learning in order to build new knowledge on a solid foundation. In addition, I implement available technology in order to provide the best learning experience possible. These techniques, combined with my excellent content knowledge and diverse background, ensure that you receive effective instruction with lasting results.
Remember, you are in control of your learning. We will discuss your needs and develop a plan that is best suited to your situation. Over time, we will work together to update and revise your plan as your needs change.
I am available for tutoring sessions in the convenience of your home, or at mutual locations, such a town library. I look forward to helping you reach your learning goals. Hello, my name is Jeff. I have a Masters in Teaching and hold teaching licenses for middle school science and elementary education. I am passionate about science, especially as it relates to STEM learning
GROUP RATES (same subject only) 2-3 students: $40/hr per student 3-5 students: $35/hr per student
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