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I have been tutoring privately for over ten years. I have been employed as a tutor for math, science, and English at high schools in San Antonio and Taft, Texas. I have also tutored math and science for two universities in San Antonio, and taught several biology and environmental science lab courses at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi. I have a degree in biology with a math minor and am currently working on a masters degree in environmental science. I have been tutoring math priva... [more]

I am qualified to tutor math up to Calculus. I worked as a teaching assistant in the math lab in undergraduate and for a program for students with learning difficulties (math through Business calculus), and have tutored individuals for GED and college math courses since undergraduate. I was also an assistant professor of Earth Science, where several of the courses required applying many of the math skills taught in secondary school (middle and high school) and college courses. My background includes teaching students from elementary through college level, starting with experiences in undergr [more]

My years of experience working with students who struggle with math comes down to one word: listen. I don't talk at students, I listen to them "think out loud" as they explain how they approach a problem. It's by listening that I can really understand where a student needs help, then present the student with similar problems as we work through that challenge. My whole approach to teaching can be summed up by a quote from Albert Einstein: "Imagination is More Important than Knowledge." I teach for long-term retention of concepts - not short term retention of facts. In today's connected world, t [more]

I earned a Master's degree in Chemistry. While in undergraduate school I was a supplemental instructor for organic chemistry. In graduate school I worked as a laboratory instructor for the organic chemistry lab, this included teaching about the laboratory experiments and the concepts of chemistry for why the experiment worked the way it did. Since graduating with my Master's degree, I have been teaching as an adjunct professor of general Chemistry at various community colleges. I am current... [more]

I am a PhD physicist with a Master's degree in Engineering and demonstrated outstanding Algebra 1 teaching ability. I am an adjunct professor of Physics at San Jacinto College with extensive experience working with students at all levels and a passion for making Math and Physics fun, accessible, and easy. Learning math and physics can be fun and easy and it is my passion to make it so for students. I have a PhD in physics and a Master's in Aerospace Engineering and I'm an experienced Math and Physics tutor with demonstrated outstanding ability to help students. Much of my capability as an in [more]

I have a Master's and a degree in Mathematics from Kent State University. I?ve worked as a math instructor at Kent State, Michigan State, and University of Houston for a combined total of eight years, and I currently serve as director of a math tutoring center. I have six years of private tutoring experience, and five years experience tutoring in university learning centers. Algebra 1/2, Calculus 1/2, Discrete Math, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, pre Calculus, College Algebra, Trigonomet... [more]

I have been teaching Math as a tutor for almost a decade now. Started when I was in highschool in Puerto Rico. My high-school is top in the country, where I was among the top two students in Math classes. I participated in several Math competitions. I got a perfect score of 800 in the Math section in the College Board exam to get into college. But I have never limited myself to just being good in the academic part. In high-school I was the shooting guard in the basketball team, were we won th... [more]

I believe that I am qualified to tutor in Algebra 1 due to my significant tutoring experience while teaching this subject. I have experience tutoring students to complete their end of course examination in Algebra along with preparing students to complete Algebra problems that were on standardized tests such as the STAAR examination. My experience in Algebra includes assisting students in the classroom and completing in-home tutorials as well. I am a believer in practice and repetition, therefore I encourage my students to work additional problems outside of their coursework to help them to [more]

I have tutored one girl in the past and taught several semesters at San Jacinto College as an adjunct professor. A long time ago I did some tutoring in a low income project. I have a Master's degree in Math and one in Telecom Management. Occasionally I help my 12 year old Grand Baby with her math by checking her paper when she is finished. When I was working on my Master's degree I taught Business Math and Trigonometry at Lamar University. I am retired from DuPont where I worked... [more]

My interest in teaching developed when my family and I decided to move to the United State. I had to make decisions on which job was right for me, and what type of work environment I wanted to work. While I studied my Bachelor's degree, I had the opportunity to always help a group of friends with particularly challenging math course that they were having difficulty understanding. I showed them different way to approach the problem. Once they started to apply my methods they began und... [more]

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