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University of Rochester (Geological Sciences)
American Museum of Natural History (Master's)
I am currently a high school science teacher in Providence, RI. I teach at A-Venture Academy, which houses the city's behaviorally challenged students. I have experience in instruction at all levels, from remedial to advanced, all the way up to college level teaching. Throughout my time teaching in Providence I've created and implemented all of my own curriculum, and have designed courses for home instruction of students in math and the sciences.
During my time teaching, I've developed great relationships with many students through one-on-one work. Many of these students require a lot of help to catch up to grade level, and some need extra challenges to keep them occupied and engaged in learning. As a tutor I strive to maintain the same kinds of relationships and will always work my hardest to make sure the job gets done.
Before working as a teacher I was an active researcher in two science labs and have contributed to successful scientific research and publications. This experience enriches and broadens my abilities as a science educator. I hold a Rhode Island State Teaching Certificate in General Sciences, and am highly qualified to teach Physical Science, Geology, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics at the high school level.
I can be very flexible with hours and locations for tutoring sessions on weekdays all summer long, and always strive to be as accommodating as possible. I am currently a high school science teacher in Providence, RI. I teach at A-Venture Academy, which houses the city's behaviorally challenged students. I have experience in instruction at all levels, from remedial to advanced, all the way up to college level teaching. Throughout my time
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