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Over 25 years, I have taught algebra at all academic levels, and am familiar with the evolution of algebra instruction from simple computations to application. I stress the development of basic skills and I often tell students and parents that learning algebra is much easier with a command of the "little" things, such as underlying properties, evaluation of answers and processes to the standard of reasonableness, etc. I believe that properly guided, students can be successful or even master algebra. [more]

Whenever I am working with a student, I strive to make learning easy and fun, and above all to explain concepts in ways that you can relate to. Not everyone learns the same way and that is okay! whether you or your student needs to clarify concepts or in depth work to bring them up to speed, my teaching style is tailored to each individual, using a pace that is appropriate. I strive to help students understand the core concepts and building blocks necessary to succeed not only in their curr... [more]

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In undergraduate studies, I was one class short of a Math minor. I spent most of my full time working schedule in 2015 tutoring math and science for high school students. This included Algebra I and all of the algebra basics. I can watch a student do problems and easily see where they go wrong and how best to fix their methods. I have always enjoyed teaching and tutoring. Even when I studied for my own classes, I would always study in groups and would help teach others concepts I had already mastered. My first official teaching position was as a Teacher's Assistant at Kalamazoo College in Gen [more]

I am a high school math teacher who has taught 7-12th grades in subjects including: 7th and 8th grade math, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Math 1-3 (common core), AP Statistics. I also am very familiar with NC Math 1 EOC content and NC Final Exams for Math 2 and 3. In the classroom and in my tutoring sessions I look to help students not "just learn material for the test or pass the course", rather I try to induce quicker arithmetic and critical thinking strategies that give students the abilit... [more]

I have taught Algebra for 22 years in Cumberland County Schools. My name is Michael and I've been an educator in Fayetteville, NC for 18 years. I've taught at the middle level and high school level. I've taught anything from 7th Grade Math to Trigonometry. I've always loved math and always try to find ways to get topics across to students. I know at times math can be discouraging and frustrating. I just enjoy trying to help kids and people be successful at the subject. If you choose me I will go the extra mile to help you or your child be successful in the... [more]

Math isn't always easy--trust me. In fact, Algebra 1 is where you learn key rules and equations that are going to help you with advanced maths. One minute, y=x and the next, y=x+4-- what happens with the slope? I'll help you with that one! In fact, I would be more than happy to help you overcome your mathematical struggles. Hi there! I'm Jada, a music teacher, soprano, writer and recent college graduate with a passion for learning! My two loves are English and Music. I specialize in English (language arts, writing, reading comprehension), music (voice, theory, clarinet, piano), elementary ma [more]

I am a certified special education teacher and have worked with all types of students from individuals with learning disabilities to students who just need a little extra help. My experience ranges from elementary education in basic reading, writing, and math to middle school English Language Arts and 8th grade math, including pre-algebra and geometry. I teach the Common Core standard course of study for English Language Arts and math to 8th grade students in a resource setting and Co-teach E... [more]

Hi, I'm Alison. I attended a public elementary school, and by the time I reached middle school, I could not read anywhere near the level I should have. My mother homeschooled me for both middle and high school. She taught me how to read and study properly, and now I am a book worm. My mother was an amazing teacher, and really made sure that I not only learned the material, but also understood it and the concepts. I graduated with a 4.0 GPA. I realized how important it was to have the su... [more]

Hello, I'm Cleshay, I just recently finished my bachelor?s degree in Science and Technology. I am in the United State Air Force Reserve as a current part-time dental assistant. I?m currently working on my Master?s in Education and I am looking forward to being a vital asset to the educational community, inspiring all young and old. As a young adolescent, I spent the majority of my time tutoring students in daycare, in subjects relating to math and science. I believe one on one interaction... [more]

My name is Rose and I graduated magna cum laude from Fayetteville State University with a major in Forensic Science and minors in Biology, Chemistry and Healthcare Management. While in college, through the help of my favorite professors, I was able to find various ways to comprehend the materials taught in class since the subjects did not come easy for me. Through my struggle, it has enabled me to understand the struggles of others as well which pushed me to find other routes, one of my stru... [more]

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