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Teaching for the Future
from 2 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Jasmine T.
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Ms. Landry was very helpful during my college algebra course. She was able to help me pass with a B+ even after I failed my first exam. I met her just in time. Since she is a current teacher she had plenty practice exercises for me to complete. She took her time to make sure I understood each concept before moving on to the next objective. I would highly recommend her for elementary, middle, high, and college students. She was the best, and I am very grateful to her.

  • 9 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack

We tutor and teach any grade level any subject area! We are personable, flexible, and family oriented! We want you to succeed. We love the "ah hah" moments in our clients. It serves us joy to know they are understanding and learning more and more each session.


Urban style tutoring is a tutoring designed by myself to reach out to non ordinary and ordinary students, this urban style melds new wave tutoring with homegrown teachings


I'm a high school math teacher looking to help all those in need. I teach Algebra 2, geometry, and precalculate. I also have experience in tutoring for the Algebra 1 STARR exam.


Pass your PTCB Exam (Pharmacy Technician Board Certification Exam) in just 6 weeks of intensive review led by a Pharmacy Technician Educator A self paced review course, no stress, no schedule to keep. The smartest way to prepare for your PTCB exam. No matter how busy you are, no matter where you are, in a matter of days you'll be aware of your improvement and confident about the PTCB exam. 6 week Intensive review focuses on the following PTCB exam content: 2 weeks review of Introduction to pharmacy modules: Receiving the medication order The written prescription order Authentication and Clarification of the prescription order Accepting refill request Dispensing the correct medication Preparation and utilization of the patient profile Interpreting the prescription order Proper storage and delivery of drug products Preparation of unit doses Compounding of prescriptions Medication Abbreviations Dosage forms and conversions Drug classifications and functions, top 200 brand name and generic name 2 weeks review of- Pharmacy calculations (Well explained in a step-by-step manner) Course modules: Fractions, decimals and algebra review System of measurement Using percentages and ratios Pediatric and parenteral dosages IV calculations IV admixtures Compounding drugs by procedure Reducing and Enlarging formulas 2 weeks review of Pharmacy law, rules and regulations/participating in the administration and management of pharmacy practice; 100 PTCB exam practice questions and answers/self assessment/ exercises. Candidates for 6 week intensive review: pharmacy tech students, CNA or nursing assistant employees, high school graduates, full time parents, waitresses, cashiers, and other employees who want to become a certified national pharmacy technician.


I am patient and understanding with those I tutor. I make sure each person understands the concept to the fullest. I love watching people light up with enthusiasm after I help them "get" the work they are doing.


I am very outgoing, and I love helping others out in what I can. I will do my best to achieve the goals of my customers.


I am a certified teacher with ten years of classroom teaching experience. I am able to tutor all sciences for grades 6 to 12 and most math courses. I can help with all middle-school math, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry and some SAT practice. At this time, I am unable to tutor pre-Calculus or Calculus.


i like to get to know the people i help on a personal level so we can bond easily and i can see where they are at on a education level so i can help them more. i like to help others and see how excited they get when they realize they can do better than they thought

  • 3 years in business

I'm amazing at breaking down complex concepts. My students often tell me I make math easy. Definitely interacting with people. I also love when I see my students flawlessly use something I taught them.


I provide math tutoring, including general math skills, as well as algebra. I am willing to meet with clients at local libraries or clients' homes.

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