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As an experienced teacher, I have over 14 years under my belt working with children in the classroom setting. My degree is in Middle Childhood education, grades 4-9 in the areas of Math and Language Arts. I have over 20 years experience working with children that would be categorized as "at-risk", "special needs", or "behavioral". My experience with teaching children ranges from large classes averaging about twenty-five students from grades pre-k to 8th in all subject areas, to small group... [more]

I offer extensive experience tutoring/teaching in high school/adult education/college settings. I've had success in helping students pass GED, SAT and ACT courses as well as college level courses. My greatest asset in helping others to learn is my patience. Additionally, I have a bachelor's in Economics, a master's in Public Administration and a JD. I have a minor in Biology and extensive experience in the healthcare field. I have experience teaching math to GED, high school and col... [more]

I have been two grades ahead in math since I started 3rd grade. I first began to study algebra on my own in the fifth grade and took an official course in the 7th grade. Since then, I have informally taught algebra to countless students at my old high school. Hello! My name is Mackenzie and I am a recent college grad (Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Notre Dame) and I also love to teach! I work nearly full time as a scribe in a cardiology practice in the Metro East. In my free time, I read, knit, and watch Netflix; my favorite show is Friends! My tutoring approach is dec [more]

Algebra is used extensively in my specialty of physics, and I frequently work as a substitute teacher in high school algebra. My primary background is in physics, and I hold a master's degree in that subject. As a physicist, I also have a very strong grounding in math. I have extensive experience in tutoring introductory-level physics, and am willing to work with students to find the style of learning that works best for you. In addition, I have strong skills in taking standardized tests, and strive to pass on my skill in that area to my students as well.... [more]

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Algebra is the study of mathematical statements utilizing letters and symbols to describe relationships. Both Algebra I and II provide the foundation for higher level mathematics. As a result, it is very important that students comprehend the basic principles. Key focus areas for Algebra I include: equations and inequalities, functions, system of equations and inequalities, quadratic functions and equations, exponents and polynomials, probability, rational functions and equations as well as exponentials and radical functions. For over 20 years, I have worked with students in Algebra I and [more]

I provide Math and Reading tutoring to those from early childhood through basic college level math. My approach is structured and supportive, and especially tailored towards those who struggle with Math, or who have math anxiety. I have 15 years experience both teaching in the classroom and tutoring, including those with autism and special needs. I also tutor OGT and college preparatory tests. I give assessments to determine where the areas of weakness are, and streamline my approach to h... [more]

I have a BA in math/physics and taught Algebra 1 to college students at Cleveland State University. I have a BA in Math and Physics, a BS in Biomedical Engineering, and an MBA. I can help you or your child succeed! My skills include algebra, geometry, test preparation, elementary math, ACT, SAT, ASVAB, GRE, GED, and more. I live in Cleveland Heights and will travel a bit. I have been tutoring for years and have helped many students succeed. I have several slots available for the 2017-2018 school year. I tutor at 5:30, 6:00, or 6:30, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, at the following ea... [more]

I am a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, where I completed my Ph.D. program in Physics. I was doing research in physics for many years, but it always comes a time when you feel you must pass your knowledge to other people, especially those of new generation. So, I started teaching and tutoring then. Originally I was teaching Conceptual, Algebra-Based and Calculus-Based Physics courses at different colleges and universities. Yet, while teaching these courses, I was also ... [more]

Hello, I am a current college student who started post-secondary education later in life, 34 to be exact. I am graduating this spring from Cuyahoga Community College with an Associate Degree in Science, and in Arts. I have been accepted into Baldwin Wallace University and will be completing by Bachelor's Degree in Physics next year. After I graduate from BW, I hope to get accepted into graduate school at Case Western Reserve University where I hope to receive my PhD in Astrophysics. I h... [more]

I have a Master's degree from Cleveland State and a degree in Special Education from Youngstown State. I am an intervention specialist, working in an urban school district for 14 years. I am flexible, personable, and well versed in several content areas. I have taught at both the middle school and high school level. Although I specialize in learning disabilities, I have general education experience co-teaching in the areas of pre-Algebra (integrated math), Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, ... [more]

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