TuckerMy name is Tucker, and I have 13 years of experience as a science teacher at the high school level. During that time, I had the opportunity to teach environmental science, biology, chemistry, physics, zoology, introduction to engineering, and botany. I attended Whitman College for my bachelor's degree in biochemistry before going on to George Washington University to earn my master's degree in science teacher education.
Whitman College - Bachelor in Arts, Biochemistry
George Washington University - Masters in Education, Science Teacher Education
GRE Subject Test in Chemistry
AP Environmental Science
SAT Subject Test in Chemistry
OlliI earned a bachelor's degree in art history, criticism, and conservation from Boston University. I have taught in diverse environments like galleries, charter schools, public schools, and museums for the last few years. I am a visual person, and I find that learning is a lot of fun when you are able to put yourself into certain subject matter. I encourage checking out video tours of ancient places, reading Latin manuscripts to learn vocabulary, etc. I believe that effective communication is the key to academic success, so I spend a lot of time communicating with my students. In my spare time, I like playing bass guitar, drinking coffee, art, and reading.
Boston University - Bachelor in Arts, Art History, Criticism, and Conservation
JacquelineI am here to help with whatever you are struggling with. Once I get to know you and your goals, I can help you reach them. I can help with all things music including piano, music theory, music, and AP Music. Everyone struggles along the way while earning an education. I know that I have struggled along the way, so I want to help others who are struggling now. I can also help you establish harmonic patterns. I love talking about music theory, and I would love to help you edit your personal music. Music is a broad subject, and I am confident that I can help you with whatever part of it you are struggling with.
AP Music Theory