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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]

Tutored High school math for 12 years. Honors Mathematics degree from Bristol University (UK). US citizen with 30 years of practical application experience in Software development. SAT tutor and experience with exam technique and quick refresher training. British but a US citizen who has been in the USA for 30 years. An RAF pilot for a few years, then a mathematics tutor and University Professor. Came to the USA for the good life and found it. Branched out into C, C++, C# coding and became VP of Engineering for a healthcare company for many years. Now semi-retired. Passionate about Mathema [more]

Tutoring has been a part of my undergraduate journey and I loved to see students smile and burst in joy when they understood a concept they once were not able to grasp. Making students more independent with their work, polishing their skills, and foremost building their self-confidence gives me a sense of personal accomplishment. I am particularly interested in teaching science and mathematics to college students and helping them succeed. I am a CRLA Level III+ certified tutor. I have been... [more]

Two semesters teaching Introductory Algebra and Trigonometry at Nashua Community College (NH); (Spring and Summer 2015) Take advantage of my expertise, but without the Expertise Effect! (Expertise Effect: where teachers experienced in a subject forget what it is like to encounter the material for the first time) -- I have organized and taught introductory physics in many classes (both with and without calculus), -- I have thorough experience with all introductory subjects -- I have honed and developed (from the many questions I have been asked by students over the years) the best ways [more]

Algebra is often the turning point where students who once did well in math begin to have trouble. It is a cumulative subject where all the rules of arithmetic come together and need to be applied. I do a good job of simplifying the basic rules of Pre-algebra so that even the more complex problems can be broken down to the basics. Algebra is like a puzzle where you first have to look at the big picture, break down the pieces into "edges and middle pieces" and then the pieces can be systematically put together . [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]

I graduated cum laude with an Associate's degree in Engineering Science and I am currently enrolled in a four year school pursuing a bachelors in Chemical Engineering. I like helping people especially in their academics achieve their goals and learning a new skill. Not only was I in the math team but also won the mathematics award. I have also taken all math classes from calculus to Differential equations. I took chemistry 1&2 to Organic chemistry 1&2. Feel free to contact me and I w... [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]

Hello! My name is Pei-Yun and I'm currently a master's student in the Secondary Education program at Brandeis University. I received a BA in Biology from Dartmouth College in 2018. I tutored throughout high school and mentored extensively in college, and currently intern as a student teacher at Framingham High School. I have experience working with students who are on specialized education programs, as well as ELL students. Outside of academics, I worked as an after-school art teacher for thr... [more]

Algebra 1 is one of the subjects which I'm well versed in since my time in high school. Ever since high school, where I managed an A in the subject, I worked with several high school students for one term where I did teach Algebra 1. I basically taught and handed them problems in relation to the topics that we covered. And once they were done, we would rectify and go through the questions so that they could grasp the concepts involved in solving the problems and eventually led to the class registering an improved mean grade for the subject. [more]

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