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It's not unusual for students who have had no previous problem getting good grades in math to stumble when they hit algebra. Often this is because there are a few of the foundational skills that they never really internalized, so they've found work-arounds that take a while but get them the answer. Working to strengthen those skills usually helps a lot. There are several other conceptual issues that sometimes trip students up until the right explanation makes sense to them--working with negative numbers, with the nature of equations, with variables, etc. I've found that many students who thoug [more]

I am certified in Middle and High school math, and have over 12 years experience in the classroom. My greatest satisfaction comes from helping an individual gain an understanding of math concepts. I prefer to think of myself as someone who teaches people about math rather than as a math teacher. I love helping people learn. I am certified in Kentucky to teach any elementary subject area as well as middle school and high school mathematics. My experience includes 8+ years in private schools and 4+ years in public schools. I have taught English and spelling, as well as other essential subj [more]

I have tutored students in algebra I since 2006 and helping students with their algebra skills is essential in my role as a high school science teacher. I am a high school chemistry and French teacher with twelve years experience (all levels of first year chemistry and AP Chemistry and French I and II). My AP students have a 91% pass rate (national average is around 52%) and an average score of 4.2. In the past I have also taught anatomy & physiology and biology and before that I worked in the printing industry and as a lab technician. I have two bachelor's degrees in French and history and t [more]

I have been tutoring Algebra I students for 12 years and teaching a college-level Algebra I class for 2 years. I am an engineer with a Lean Sigma Master Black Belt certification, who has been tutoring elementary, middle, high school and college students for the past 10 years. In addition, I have been teaching physics and math at IUS and Ivy Tech for the past 8 years, and teaching leadership skills in the business world for the past 10 years. I see myself not only as a tutor, but as a role model and mentor for all of my students. This year, two of my students graduated from high school, and [more]

I have taught Algebra 1 at the high school level for eight years. I have extensive experience tutoring basic algebra for both children and adults. I have a M.A.T. in teaching secondary mathematics from the University of Louisville, which encompasses Algebra 1. I am a former math teacher and an expert in all levels of mathematics through AP Calculus. I have a Master's degree (M.A.T. in Secondary Mathematics) from the University of Louisville. I worked for 11 years teaching high school mathematics to a broad range of students, from "At Risk" students struggling with Algebra 1, to AP Calculus [more]

I was a classroom teacher for over 30 years and I taught Pre-algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and General Math. I hold Bachelors and Masters degrees from Spalding University. I love when students finally understand what was puzzling them before. I preferred working one-on-one and have tutored in the past. I am very good at breaking down concepts to little steps - I have a blind brother, so I had to learn how to take tasks apart for him to understand. I am told that I am a good listener and have... [more]

I have been tutoring for fifteen years, with particular skillfulness in readying students for the PSAT, SAT, ACT and GRE. I've worked with a wide range of students, from the elementary school level to graduate school level, and am especially proud of having helped many students earn scholarship offers to the high schools and colleges of their choice. I received my academic training primarily at Harvard University, where I earned a bachelor's degree with honors in Biology, while maintaining ... [more]

I am a 2nd-year Master's Student at UofL in the Exercise Physiology department studying Strength and Conditioning. I also hold a Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Sport Studies. I've taught a wide range of audiences from youth sports to undergraduate courses at UofL and have always emphasized the importance of math and science. As an educator my goal is to help others become active agents in achieving success in their own educational experiences, and giving the... [more]

I have taught electrical/ electronic engineering courses on a college level. A lot of algebra is used to solve engineering problems. I also have a love for solving math equations in a simple but effective learning style. My name is John. My degree is in Electrical Engineering. I have worked in manufacturing as lead electrical engineer dealing with automation controls and capital million dollar projects. I have also held roles as quality manager and my current role as Supplier Quality Management. I spent 2.5 years also working as a adjunct instructor teaching, tutoring and mentoring students in [more]

Hi! My name is Corey. I'm a Secondary Education Major in Math at the University of Louisville, which simply means I want to become a high school Math teacher. For my major, I go to different high schools in Louisville and sit in on many different Math teacher's classrooms. It is a step before student teaching and its purpose is simply to get me teaching experience. I work with students one-on-one very frequently and have even taught full lessons to an entire classroom before. I have also subs... [more]

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