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Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.87 30 ratings

Algebra I is a transitional math subject, whereby the mind must be able to retrain it's thinking to include mathematical concepts so unlike the norm... abstract concepts and ways of thinking "out of the box." Often this is incomprehensible to many students (even adults) and becomes overwhelmingly frustrating to the point that the student gives up or simply fails the course. This is where I shine! For me, there is nothing more rewarding than to witness a student's journey from Algebra I extreme frustration and failure to that of clarified understanding, achievement and undeniable success in the [more]

The key to being successful in algebra 1 is to have a strong foundation. I will make sure to reinforce basic skills before moving on to more complex ones. I will breakdown each step and use color coding techniques to facilitate comprehension. I will provide you with plenty of hands-on exercises/examples, worksheets, and EOC review packets so that each concept 'sinks in.' Want to sharpen your skills? Gain confidence? Meet your goals? I am a fully certified teacher in the state of Florida, specializing in math, reading, phonics, grammar, test preparation and foreign language tutoring. I am cert [more]

A firm grasp of the techniques of Algebra I are crucial to any continuation of study in mathematics. I can draw on my own skills, expertise, and experience in tutoring an teaching, to help insure that you not only gain a firm grasp of the subject matter, but also to prepare you for additional levels of study. Physics and mathematics can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be painful! With over 10 years teaching and tutoring experience in Physical Science, General Physics, and Engineering Physics, I know the many challenges students face. I can help you develop a personalized study plan t [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 1029 ratings

As a scientist, I have a strong background in mathematics with practical application. That has turned out to be key in the success of my teaching style. An unfortunate side effect of modern mathematics education is that it is structured with the unspoken assumption that you're going to be getting a PhD in math some day. When the theoretical baggage is stripped away, you're going to be amazed at how simple math can be to understand. It's usually just the mastery of a few simple ideas, and learning how to apply them. [more]

To me, the two most important subjects are math and reading. Those are used every day in everything we do. That is why I choose to tutor and to help students of all ages to be better able to communicate and function in their daily lives. With over 25 years of experience in tutoring all ages and all levels of math, from basics to Algebra I & II and Geometry, I find great pleasure in "making the light bulb go on" for a student. My students have a high rate of success; many go from failing t... [more]

I am an experienced Algebra I, Algebra II & precalculus instructor. I hold a BS degree in Engineering from Columbia University, School of Engineering and Applied Science. I scored a 760 out of 800 on my Math SAT. I have taken advanced courses in Mathematics and know the subject very well. I have tutored many students in advanced mathematics including Algebra I. Topics taught include: C: Contents and Introduction 1: Basic Word Problems 2: Equation set-up 3: One-Variable Linear Equations 4: More Variables 5: Multi-Variable Linear Equations 6: Ratios and Percents 7: Proportion 8: Graphing Lines [more]

-SAT Math score of 700/800 - Ended Algebra class with a 94% - 2 and a half years of experience Making a positive difference in a student's life is my big motto when it comes to tutoring. Not only do I enjoy tutoring but I make sure I have weekly lessons planned out for students ahead of time, ranging from assignments to activities and trying to my best to make this a fun and interactive learning environment for my students. I've been tutoring for two and a half years, and every student not only enjoys class time with me, but is comfortable enough to ask questions freely without feel... [more]

I've tutored people since my junior year in high school, but I've enjoyed learning for as long as I can remember. Growing up an only child I needed to keep my head in books, mind games, puzzles, art, whatever I could get my mind on in order to keep myself busy while my mom was working. That love of learning got me into Rice University (with the help of some good test scores and even better teachers) and has continued and throughout my life further developing into a love of tutoring, mentoring... [more]

I began tutoring in 2011 - my junior year of college. My academic background is in math and social sciences: psychology and education. Thus, my focus is on students struggling in math or preparing for standardized exams. Having studied for many different types of exams/ placement tests, I am well versed with the test prep process. I have successfully helped a student increase her SAT score that garnered her acceptance to one of Florida's top liberal arts schools. I draw on my life experiences... [more]

In the recent past I have helped middle and high-school students understand relevant concepts, complete their assigned work, and succeed in school on this subject. This includes my 12-year old daughter who just started Algebra 1 in 7th grade and is currently excelling in all her assessments. Some of the feedback ratings I have received on my WyzAnt profile relate to my tutoring experience with Algebra. Thank you for your interest in my services! As an award-winning bilingual educator for the last 16+ years, I possess a natural gift to teach and coach others in a caring and down-to-earth appr [more]

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