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I've taught Algebra 1 for 3 years at the high school level, and have been tutoring ACT math for 3 years. I have a great grasp of the concepts and can explain them multiple ways to make sure every student can understand. Hello! I am a 32-year-old licensed teacher who specializes in high school level math. I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics (Illinois Wesleyan University) and another BS degree in Education (Trinity Christian College). My areas of expertise is Pre-Algebra up to Algebra 2/Trigonometry, although I can tutor in other subjects such as Discrete Math and Pre-Calculus as well (if [more]

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I am a licensed teacher (Elementary, Secondary, Learning/Behavior Specialist) with a wealth of experience teaching and tutoring students for over 25 years. I have an MA in Special Education. I have taught in public schools and private tutoring centers. I have a great deal of experience with the Wilson Language System, an Orton-Gillingham approach that greatly increases the reading ability of dyslexic students and other students struggling with reading. I also tutor in Common Core math skills,... [more]

Though I have a Master's degree in Physics, my qualifications in Algebra include: (1) homeschooling my eldest son in algebra through Pre-Calculus, as well as in ACT math, (2) working as an instructional coach for math and science teachers in a large suburban high school district, and (3) over 20 years of working with honors and AP-level Physics students, who consistently utilize Algebra and Trigonometry concepts. Hello! You must be looking at this because you find Physics very challenging. I'd love to help! I have taught various levels of physics to public school students, private school st [more]

I have taught Algebra 1 for over 15 years. I understand the areas that students struggle with. I am able to provide alternate ways to approach these difficult concepts. I have taught high school math for over 30 years and I am certified to teach math in grades 6 - 12. The classes that I have taught include, General Math, Introduction to Algebra, Geometry, Topics in Algebra 2, and Algebra II/Trigonometry. I have also taught some math classes at the college level. Those courses included College Algebra and Business Math. While teaching I have worked with a variety of students. I find it [more]

I have experience tutoring middle school and high school students in basic Algebra while teaching middle school science. I've have taught at the Middle School and High School Environment since 2004 and currently work at a Mathematics and Science Academy. I have a Bachelors in Science from Western Illinois University and a Masters Degree in Special Education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I am a former employee of a Learning Center and have experience tutoring middle school and high school Math, History, Science, Reading and Study Skills.... [more]

As Einstein's uncle apparently once said, "What a wonderful hunt it must be when we know not what it is we seek, but call it "x" and track it down all the same." My approach to algebra is to attempt to cultivate a sense of interest in the foundations and principles that lay the framework for the math that the student will be tasked with for years to come. Additionally, for high school students, I make a habit of noting what concepts I see reoccurring on standardized tests and in what format. I completed my M.A. in Comparative Literature on full fellowship at the University of Southern Californ [more]

I am an Aurora University student majoring in Pure Math and Disability Studies. I have an Associate's Degree in Math from Waubonsee Community College in Sugar Grove. I have tutored Algebra 1 and 2 since 2013. I emphasize George Polya's four problem solving steps: understand the problem, devise a plan, carry out the plan, and evaluate. I live for the lightbulb moment! My goal is to create lasting learning. I understand how the schools teach, and that their way is not always how the student learns best. I offer the one- on-one, customized learning a student needs for success, without the distra [more]

The studying of algebra can seem confusing to some since there are a large number of mathematical terms involved in doing this kind of work. The way I teach and tutor algebra is simple. You first have to figure out what the question is looking for then go step by step making sure you write everything down and then coming to the correct answer. I would work at the student's pace and make sure they understand the basics since you do a large amount of work with equations which are problems with an equal sign in them. There is a bunch of adding, subtracting multiplying and dividing in these pr [more]

Algebra is an area that can be difficult for many high school students. When I taught high school full time, I worked with students at all ability levels. I can explain algebra concepts clearly, and have been helping students in this field since 1998. I'm a top 1-3% scorer in the math sections of the SAT, ACT, and GRE. I absolutely love helping students succeed, and have been involved in the field of education since the late 1990s. I am an expert on local history, and have experience working for an educational publishing company, where I worked in the field of research and fact-checking. [more]

In a Collegiate Scholars Program, I taught Algebra to gifted high school students. My approach to teaching Algebra is conceptual. I train my students to make connections between the abstraction of Algebra and real-world applications. I have over fifteen years of experience tutoring to high school, college, and graduate students. My specialty lies in tutoring mathematics in several areas such as calculus, elementary/abstract algebra, linear algebra, differential equations, real/complex analysis, and topology. In my experience, I've found that students learn mathematics most efficiently throug [more]

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