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Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.99 554 ratings

Algebra is sometimes a student?s first time having trouble with math. It marks a transition to more advanced math coursework to come. But algebra is just math with new terms and definitions! Let me help you demystify algebra and lay a solid foundation for future mathematics coursework. Helping students reach new levels of success is my passion! I adjust my support to fit each student's individual goals and learning style. I have a B.A. from Smith College and have completed several graduate courses in education (including assessment and intervention). I have been tutoring full-time for several [more]

I have over 4,000 hours experience in tutoring math including many successful hours tutoring Algebra at all levels. I have a Master?s degree from Stanford University in Applied Mathematics. I am very good at helping students gain confidence by approaching Algebra problems one step at a time. I have a great love for mathematics and love to impart this to my students. I have taught as an adjunct instructor at Augsburg College. I am a skilled, experienced and practical math tutor. I tutor 7 days a week. I have experience tutoring both high school and college students. I have a Masters degree fro [more]

I have been tutoring students aged 2 to 70 for the past fifteen years. I specialize in working with students who have a diagnosis of ADD, ADHD, Asperger's, Autism, Bipolar Disorder and Depression. As both a tutor and a classroom teacher, I developed an understanding of individual learning styles and all sessions are geared to the student's immediate and long term needs. I have prepared students for the ACT, SAT, GRE, TOEFL, SSAT, ASVAB, and national AP exams. During the 2011-2012 school ... [more]

*At this time, I am only accepting ACT students. Please read my full bio for a description of how I approach preparing students for the exam. **My schedule for the October ACT is full. If you are looking for a tutor for the December ACT, I will be happy to talk to you about tutoring and setting up a schedule for that exam. In his eighth year of tutoring, Thore has logged thousands of one-on-one hours with students. Named a National Merit Scholar in 2008, he holds a Bachelor of Music in voca... [more]

I have tutored math and science since college. For 4 years, my part time job in college was a teaching assistant at University of Minnesota in General College's Math Center. Also, I worked in Math Special Projects and the Astronomy department as a teaching assistant. After graduation, I was employed as a teacher at Sylvan Learning Center. This was a great opportunity until I decided to start my own tutor business. Tutoring has been my part time business for 10 years. My philosophy is all c... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 127 ratings

I have a teaching license in elementary education and middle school math. I currently work as a middle school and high school math teacher in Lakeville, MN. I have taught summer school and tutored numerous students. I was a substitute teacher for several years in multiple school districts, taught online elementary school, as well as a special education paraprofessional for two years. I communicate well with students with special learning needs, and would love to have the opportunity to wor... [more]

Algebra is a subject that is continually used throughout mathematics. It is generally the final step in solving more complex problems in upper level mathematics. This is why the material stays fresh in people?s minds. Throughout calculus, engineering courses, and most physics courses the problems dealt with reorganizing the information, or substituting relevant, equaling, information before using the final steps of algebra to solve it. So though I haven?t had Algebra I since I was fourteen, the materials taught have been used thoroughly since I learned it. Also with the additive of having Lin [more]

Algebra I involves the basic understanding of algebra including solving for one unknown variable either with multiplication/division or addition/subtraction. It also includes graphing of equations, and understanding mean, median, and mode. When teaching Algebra I, I stress mental mathematics but also recommend a graphing calculator and graph paper. I use straight math practice problems for basic understanding of each concept, but will quickly progress each student to mostly solving word problems as these are the true application of math and the best retention method. Student's prepared wit [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 12 ratings

I have a BA in Mathematics. Graduating from the College of St. Scholastica with a degree in Mathematics, I have developed a love for numbers as well as a great fulfillment when I am given the opportunity to pass this along to students. Over the past several years I have been given the opportunity to provide private teaching in Mathematics for numerous students from various backgrounds. As a result, I am open and able to teach students of all backgrounds and levels, and am fully experienced in all levels of mathematics... [more]

For many students, Algebra 1 is the first time they struggle with math because it is the first time that students are using an entirely abstract system of notation. Whereas numbers have exactly one meaning that can be connected to physical objects such as fingers or other counters, variables have no set meaning, and change in different contexts. The true meaning of variables can be understood through an exploration of changing patterns. Those patterns can be tied to visual representations, stories, real-world problems, music or other methods that resonate with the student. Algebra 1 is also f [more]

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