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I have more than 30 years of teaching and educational experience at both the high school and collegiate levels. I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics and computer science with masters degrees in educational technology and administration and a doctorate in curriculum and teaching. I have taught a multitude of mathematics and computer classes as well as general science, physical education and teacher education classes, while also coaching a variety of sports. Assisting people in pr... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

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Even though I teach Science at the college level, I always enjoy one on one interactions with high school or college level students, where I can help that person achieve the goals and successes they desire. Most people just lack the confidence, and I so enjoy watching them gain confidence and achieve what they want to. I have a broad education with a degree in Chemistry, minor in Math, and a PhD in Biology, so I think this can help me integrate subjects for the student to both engage their ... [more]

The bulk of my experience teaching algebra 1 material comes from working with students in other classes. I often have to review these skills with students for their higher level math classes or science classes, which to me highlights the importance of learning the material well early on since it will definitely come up again in the future. As such, I do my best to reinforce the concepts with practice and solid, clear explanations to build a strong foundation. It seems like teaching has always been a part of my life, whether I was helping classmates with assignments at school, practicing my c [more]

Chemistry calculations are predominantly algebra. I generally had to reteach algebra to my Chemistry students. After spending 30 years in the Chemical Industry in various jobs from research synthesis, engineering scale up, analytical testing (both chemical and physical) and quality assurance (statistical quality control), I became a High School Teacher. I spent 11 years teaching Science, Chemistry and AP Chemistry. My BS degree is in Chemistry and I have a minor in Geology. My skill set includes teaching study skills - the Cornell note taking system is designed to move information from shor [more]

Hello! A little info about me... I love to teach! It's as simple (and challenging) as that. As a graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Mathematics program at Northern Kentucky University, and a published co-author of a journal entry to The Journal of Ethnomathematics, I love all levels of math! I truly love to share that love through teaching and my specialty is tutoring algebra through college level calculus. Oooh, I just love to teach trig and calculus! I also love to help peop... [more]

I am a recent graduate of University of Michigan with Bachelor's degrees in Chemical Engineering and Computer Science in Engineering. I now work as an engineer at Procter & Gamble. I have been involved in tutoring since high school through the National Honor Society for subjects such as geometry, chemistry and physics, and served as a tutor in college. I was a Chemical Engineering department tutor for the introductory material and energy balances course for a semester. I have also tutored ... [more]

Hi! My name is Yangjun (Lidia) W. You can call me Lidia. I was born, raised and educated in China. My major was English. I've been a language tutor for more than 10 years. I tutored kids and adults and helped them improve their language skills. I am a dedicated and devoted teacher with strong work ethic and have extensive experience of teaching languages. If you want to learn more about Chinese language, history and culture, I would love to help you. And meanwhile if you are interested in b... [more]

Math Teacher for two years: Basic Arithmetic to Algebra II Tutor for over seven years: Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Algebra II, Research Methods and Statistics I & II. I'm 27 years old, born and raised in Cincinnati. I received my B.A. in Educational Psychology from The University of Cincinnati and have plans to go to UC or OSU to pursue my doctorate in Social Psychology Fall 2019. I was a special education teacher at Skyward Academy for two years and taught basic math to Algebra II. When I was in college I helped tutor everything from Pre-Algebra to Research Methods and Statistics II. I have a [more]

For the four months prior to the OAA in 2013, I was the primary math teacher for an autistic 7th grade student who was only on a fifth grade level in math. I taught him all the sixth and seventh grade Ohio indicators between January and May and he achieved an Accelerated score on his Math OAA. I have also worked with a fifth grader in math who improved from an F to a B in math. Recently, I worked with a ninth grader who needed to obtain a passing grade in Algebra I prior to the beginning of the 2015-16 school year. His assessments were consistently in the 80-100% range. [more]

My subject area of interest is mathematics. I am currently enrolled at the University of Cincinnati and majoring in Mathematics and Secondary Education-Mathematics. I have extensive knowledge in the area of Algebra, Calculus, Geometry and Statistics. I am in my fourth year of college and have tutored independently in all age categories. This includes all the way from my 9-year old daughter and some of her classmates up through senior-year high school. I am very interactive with the stude... [more]

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