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The approach I give to this subject doesn't differ too much with that for other Algebra levels. Making sure students have the fundamentals of Algebra when assessment takes place during first lesson is my major concern. From there on is a matter of building up on new concepts. Building blocks is what Algebra is about. I have more than 15 years of experience in tutoring students of all ages and levels of education from elementary to graduate school. I am most interested in changing the way my students perceive themselves when approaching math. Throughout the years, I have had the most rewarding [more]

I was paid to help teach middle and high school students math, physics, chemistry, psychology, neuroscience, forensic science, and law at a summer camp sponsored by UCI this last summer. I just graduated from UCSD with a B.S. in Physiology and Neuroscience. My GPA was 3.75. I'm currently completing a gap year before I begin medical school in August. In college, I was a volunteer tutor for a student organization in which I taught organic chemistry and physiology. I also was a Teaching Assistant in a Metabolic Brain Disorders course during which I was responsible for the learning of 40 students. [more]

One of Wyzant's top tutors! Susan is an excellent Algebra tutor. Her students are successful and increase their grades. She works with them on study skills and test preparation. She also makes sure they understand their HW and, if time allows, she will prepare them on the next few lessons. She brings a whiteboard and other materials with her to help the student visualize the lesson better. Her students have gone to the Math Olympics, and one placed second! She is professional, patient and caring and wants to see your student succeed! Susan is very experienced and has been tutoring for [more]

At Norco College, I frequently tutored Algebra I. My students liked that I was patient and that I had multiple ways of explaining the same concept. I have also edited an Algebra I textbook, which has made me even more familiar with different algebraic concepts and methods of explaining them. My passion for mathematics began when I was in 11th grade. As a homeschooled student, I had a flexible schedule which allowed me to take Algebra II at Norco College. I had an amazing professor who made me realize how fun math is. After that, I decided to major in math. In May 2012, I graduated Summa Cum [more]

8 years of teaching Algebra 1 and California Multiple Subject Teaching credential Hello and thank you for taking the time to view my profile! My name is Janet, and I am a highly qualified teacher with over a decade of teaching experience teaching multiple subjects. I've taught regular classes and worked with small groups of special needs students, the gifted, and EL students. I have also been working with students who are too ill to temporarily attend their neighborhood schools since 2008 through the Home & Hospital Program at Irvine Unified School District. In additio... [more]

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Algebra is one of the pillars of Math. Variables such as x and y are used represent unknown numbers until their values can be determined. Fortunately, there aren?t too many things you have to memorize in Algebra. It's mainly intuitive. Once you know the techniques, you will be amazed at how powerful they can be. Topics in Algebra 1 include handling linear equations and inequalities, graphing, word problems, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations and factoring. Just let me know what you need help with. [more]

I have explained these concepts many, many times not just for other math courses but for the sciences also. I have been around instructors for my entire life. My mother was a general tutor for the neighborhood and I helped her when our small apartment was stuffed with children and textbooks, writing, reading and aiding them with math after my own homework was done. Much later, I found a paying job at a small tutoring center. There, I mainly tutored physics and, tutoring many students working on the same subject, I was able to teach the same concepts over and over. As a result, the explanations [more]

I am a UCI honors graduate in mathematics with a minor in computer science. I started tutoring as a favor for a friend and have found that tutoring is one of the most rewarding experiences I can have. Many of my students have gone from D's with no understanding to A's with the ability to peer tutor their classmates. It is always wonderful to enter a student's home and hear "I got an A on the test!" or "the teacher says I am her most improved student." I look for the concepts that students... [more]

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I have a multiple subject credential and have tutored Algebra 1 for about 4 years. Hello, my name is Michelle, and I am a patient teacher who has been tutoring students of all ages for the past few years. I have tutored many students that have been identified with learning difficulties including ADHD/ADD and dyslexia. Prior to tutoring, I taught high school science for five years and middle school math and science for two years. I have a PhD in biology, a multiple subject teaching credential, and a bachelor's degree in microbiology. I am an excellent math and science tea... [more]

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Graduating Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Mathematics can only begin to demonstrate my passion for math. I believe understanding mathematical concepts is crucial for success in life, no matter what your long term goals are! Critical thinking can be used anywhere. I am an energetic person who has always liked learning and has always enjoyed the chance to teach others. I take tutoring seriously and expect a student to do the same. I also would want students to enjoy the process and of co... [more]

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