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I've taught high school and college students in algebra I, algebra II, and geometry and have helped them improve their class scores (some by as many as 20 points in a short couple of months!), prepare for tests (like the End of Course test), and raise their confidence where before they felt defeated. My passion for mathematics and abstract critical thinking, I believe, make my instruction as practical and even enjoyable for students as it is educational. *** Treat the Student, Not the Problem *** It's often the case that students are trying to save time and parents are trying to save money. [more]

Hello! My name is Christine, and I have been teaching since 2004. I have a B.S. in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley and a M.S. in mathematics from California State University. I currently teach at the University level and have taught everything from basic math and algebra all the way up to calculus. I started my college career at a community college. The first class I ever taught was Intro to Statistics and it is the class I have taught more than any other course. I have also taught... [more]

I have over 1,000+ hours tutoring math, specifically: algebra I, II, and (P)SAT math. Greetings! I believe that the journey of test prep mastery allows students an incredible opportunity to become their best selves - laying the foundations for success in the years ahead. During this process, I help students become more efficient learners by practicing smarter-not-harder study habits and teaching them executive function skills such as time management, focus, and clarifying priorities. This leads to higher grades, more free time for their interests, merit scholarships, and t... [more]

Algebra 1 is usually the most problematic course for many students, because it brings together all the various topics of Arithmetic that they learned during elementary school over the course of several years. Students often have difficulty remembering all the rules and are out of practice, which presents a big problem when they get to Algebra 1 and are suddenly called on to pull all these ideas together and use them all at once. It is quite a leap from Arithmetic to Algebra. The ideas are more abstract and demand much more from the student?s problem solving skills and creative abilities. For [more]

I have over ten years experience teaching and tutoring algebra. I taught algebra at a Denver Public School and developed a competency-based model of instruction. In addition to private tutoring, I currently tutor college algebra at Red Rocks Community College. I have been teaching and tutoring for over ten years. I taught both high school math (algebra and geometry) and elementary for six years in Denver Public Schools. Prior to this, I tutored at both Red Rocks Community College and the University of Colorado at Boulder while completing my undergraduate in engineering at the University of Co [more]

Finding solutions to algebraic equations and inequalities can be fun! I actually enjoy teaching and doing math through the 9th grade level. Solving for x can be like solving a mystery or doing an experiment. If Algebra is not your "thing" and your student needs some help, I am ready to come to the rescue. A few years ago, I tutored a high school junior who was at the 3rd grade level in math. One year later, she passed Algebra and graduated with her class!* * RESULTS NOT TYPICAL! I have 20+ years of experience working one on one with K-12 students and adults. Many have had special needs [more]

Pre-Algebra and Algebra: I have tutored these subjects off and on for about 20 years. I most recently co-taught an Algebra 1 class in the Westminster School District, and I tutored students in Algebra 1 in Boulder Valley School District. I love how we can use Algebra in real life situations. When I help students to bridge between the math-talk and real life, it sets up their foundation for higher math, and their confidence as budding mathematicians. I've tutored off and on over the last 20 years, and taught professionally as a PhD educated, licensed teacher for 6 years. As a professional edu [more]

I tutor for the satisfaction of helping students succeed, not to supplement my retirement income. I majored in mathematics at Creighton University. I have taught high school algebra as a substitute teacher and at a math learning center. I taught college algebra for Embry-Riddle University. I now have three year's worth of satisfied parents and successful students. I am retired from a successful mathematical analysis business, so I don't rely on tutoring to supplement my income. I began tutoring three years ago, simply for the satisfaction of helping students acquire tools they may need for the [more]

I've worked in the analytical software business for a number of years, and have trained software engineers for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. I have extensive practical experience with using math and science for software applications. I have run a software consulting business for over 15 years. I have taught computer science courses for CU/Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. I have B.S. degrees in computer science and physics from Colorado State University. So...why be a tutor? I... [more]

I have always been curious about how the world works, and I love to bring others into that same curiosity. I work to understand different learning styles and bring in real-world examples from an area my students are interested in, and I connect concepts across disciplines: for example, I might use a biological concept to create context for a chemistry problem. I have tutored remedial chemistry at the high school level and AP Chemistry. I have also taught AP Biology at a local high school ... [more]

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