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A long-time Carlisle and Acton resident I am a successful Mathematics educator and an Information Technology Consultant / Trainer. I am currently available to tutor students who seek individual help with pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, Geometry, and grades 6 through 8 Mathematics. My approach to working with your student will be conceptual, practical, and personal. I combine content knowledge with patience and understanding. As a high school Math teacher I experienced highly positive... [more]

I have 5 years of experience teaching high school math including Algebra 1, and have tutored dozens of Algebra students one-on-one. Algebra is such a fundamental skill for all further math courses, that it really needs to be mastered. And to do so, students need to have solid capabilities from earlier pre-algebra years, such as with arithmetic, fractions, decimals, negative numbers. I assess those abilities early in our sessions together, and incorporate practice as needed. Then students are more successful in learning the so-important skills in Algebra such as solving equations and ine [more]

I have lots of experience teaching Algebra 1 to students of all skill levels. Algebra 1 is the cornerstone of every math sections on standardized exams, and my students (of all ages) and my children have all benefited from my algebra tutoring. My approach to teaching math is not to merely repeat the subject material in a student's textbook, but to collaborate with the student to develop strategies that address each student's unique concerns. I have tutored hundreds of students, individually and in classroom settings, in the full range of subjects tested on standardized exams. These subjects [more]

While teaching 10th grade Geometry, I continually implement Algebra I remediation in my classroom. Preparing students for the 10th grade MCAS exam requires that students are proficient in both Algebra I and Geometry. For those students who struggle with Algebra I, I often tutor them in this area on a regular basis. Hi! I am currently in my 7th year teaching high school math. Now, I teach Geometry and Pre-Calculus and I have previously taught Algebra II and Statistics. I also spend a lot of time tutoring during school and as part of after-school programs to prepare students for standardized tes [more]

I have been substitute teaching in Nashua for 5 past years. I am very versatile in grade levels K-5 in all subject areas. I'm familiar with the requirements & teachers' expectations for students. I have also worked as a teacher aide working with students one on one. I often help students rewrite their drafts or give them ideas of how to expand their writing. In the past I did tutor some students in math & algebra, which is my favorite subject. I teach math and language arts in elementary ... [more]

Introductory Algebra is the most important math course most secondary students will take. Not only does it lay the foundation for more advanced courses, it also teaches the student how to take real-life problems and translate them into the language of mathematics where they can be solved by some simple manipulations. I tutor all secondary level math subjects, and always seem to have one or two that are in Algebra 1. Why should you choose me to improve your understanding of physics or math? A physics major at Cornell, I have 16 years of experience teaching it in grades 9-12. I designed a com [more]

I tutored Algebra I as an LAUSD contract tutor through Teach-N-Tutor from February to June 2013, and in the after-school program at Gertz-Ressler High School and SmArT Academy Christian School from 2003 till June 2009. Prior to that, I tutored algebra at various times at the universities where I was working and attending, including UIUC, Stanford U., and CSUN. Hi! I'd like to be of service. A professional writer and high school/college English writer, editor, and teacher, I now hold now Massachusetts Teaching Credential in ELA 8-12 and ESL 5-12. Prior to last year, I lived in Southern Califor [more]

I am a scientist and an educator, passionate about helping students achieve their highest potentials. I do not just help students with content knowledge, but also show them ways to learn and help them aspire to higher goals. Many of my students bond with me as friends. While I was working actively in research projects with NASA and at MIT, I started helping students find their interests and good matches with colleges. I am also on the Education Council at MIT, being involved with applicants'... [more]

Two semesters teaching Introductory Algebra and Trigonometry at Nashua Community College (NH); (Spring and Summer 2015) I specialize in teaching and explaining physics; it's what I do. I strive to make it less scary in person, and I also put a lot of work into making online tutoring (through the WyzAnt website) as immediate and personal as being there. I have CURRENT college teaching experience, planning and leading (without any TAs) introductory physics classes (both calculus- and algebra-based; the kind of material that shows up in AP and Honors Physics Classes) at Bridgewater State Univer [more]

I am a semi-retired genetic engineer, having worked in the pharmaceutical/biotech industry all my professional career. I have a solid background in the biomedical sciences (PhD in Physiology-Biophysics, Two MS degrees in Microbiology and in Biological Sciences, and a BS in both Biology and Chemistry). Because of my experience teaching in college adjunct positions and in private tutoring, I have learned how important it is not just to help students learn the basics, but students also need to ... [more]

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