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Richard Stockton State College (Biology Education)
Rowan University (MEd)
My name is Art S. and I am a retired Science Teacher with over 30 years of classroom experienced helping students better understand scientific principles in clear understandable terms. I currently tutor homebound students that have been removed from the classroom for discipline reasons, illness (everything from broken bones to social issues) or just needing "another voice" to explain things.
I am successful in helping students because I care and will not accept 'I don't know'. I have many referrals for you to call that will attest to my professionalism and character. I hope to be of help to you soon. Sincerely, Art S. Hello,
My name is Art S. and I am a retired Science Teacher with over 30 years of classroom experienced helping students better understand scientific principles in clear understandable terms. I currently tutor homebound students
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I am a retired Science teacher with over 30 years of classroom experience teaching biology. I enjoy teaching genetics and explaining why students have the characteristics they have. Understanding meiosis, natural selection and reproduction all have their 'roots' in genetics.
I am a retired Science teacher with over 30 years of classroom experience. I often tell people that 'animals were my first toys as a boy growing up in Minnesota'. Knowing how animals and plants interact with each other helps explain how we're all part of the same ecosystem and how we are responsible for each others survival.