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Algebra I is the basis for all higher math. This is where the concepts begin to get really abstract and it is very important to be able to find ways to visualize what is happening. If one can create a picture of what is happening in one?s mind, one can then remember the concepts and apply them to the situations which will be used in geometry and onwards. One of the ways I help students with this is by having them use what I call a ?trivial example?, which is an example of the rule which is so easy that I can?t get it wrong! This can help a student check the correct method even in a high-s [more]

I have a 25-year background in IT, which has provided me with deep insights in both applied mathematics and sciences as well as experience in explaining new and seemingly complicated subjects to those for whom they are new territories. Having trained varied age groups from teenagers to retirees in anything from the use of smart phones and the Internet at large to programming, I have built a broad knowledge of how to relate information in an understandable fashion. My education includes compl... [more]

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and a Master's Degree in Secondary Education (Mathematics). I have 26 years of teaching experience at the high school and college levels (including Algebra 1). Hello. I am a math and physics teacher at a local high school with 26 years of teaching experience. Most of my career has been spent teaching math, chemistry, and physics at the high school level but I have experience teaching middle school as well as experience as an adjunct lecturer at Northern Kentucky University. I am comfortable teaching students of all levels: general students, gifted s [more]

I have taught college Algebra as well as tutored my Honor Student son in Algebra. Let me help you with such things as factoring, equations, and formulas. Hello! I have recently taught GED Math at Rio Salado Community College in Phoenix, AZ, where my students had a 100% success rate of passing the exam! I am also a current staff member at University of Phoenix, where I have taught undergraduate management courses. About 4 years ago, I taught a College Algebra class to a group of paralegals. I can adjust my tutoring style to fit anyone since I have taught a wide array of individuals. I loo [more]

Know what's super important? Math! Who can help you become a mathematical thinker? Me! Want to increase your confidence? Yes! Who do you call? Me! Need to learn new strategies for solving problems? Yes! Who do you call? Me! I wasn't always a successful student, and I didn't love school. Sound familiar? If you had told me when I was a child that I would become a teacher and tutor I would have said you were crazy. Never in my wildest dreams did I think that life would lead me towards education. My struggles as a student are what makes me a great teacher and tutor today, and why my students c [more]

I work with students at their level,explaining concepts in the most basic terms necessary. I will use their textbook but I also have an excellent text with explanations and hundreds of problems. I want my students to not only know how, but why. I feel it is necessary for students to think. I am a retired Electrical Engineer with BSEE and AAS degrees. I graduated from DeVry Technical Institute and after working in the Aerospace Industry for a time attended Marquette University for my BSEE. Math was my favorite subject and I obtained straight A's throughout my school years. I am beginning my tut [more]

I have tutored many hours in maths, including Algebra 1. I have taught and tutored in many different subjects in various parts of the world. Having benefited from one-on-one and small group instructions myself, I know the value in meeting each student at their level and working with their strengths to generate a command of the subject matter. I don't believe that anyone is "bad" at math or "bad" at English. We all are capable of understanding anything with personalized, careful instruction. I have extensive experience as a TA, as a tutor in math a... [more]

I am an ASU student studying microbiology and biomedical engineering. I have a passion for science and math, and have worked as a teacher's assistant for biomaterials. If there is anything I do not know, I am willing to work to figure it out, and help in any way I can. I am looking for tutoring anytime Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I have struggled through these different courses recently, and done very well passing with an A or higher. I understand how to study for them, and have a clear ... [more]

I have an extensive education, including a Masters in Counseling Psychology, a Multiple Subject Professional Clear Teaching Credential, and a Bachelors in Psychology. My experience includes teaching K-12, tutoring adult on-line students, and counseling children and their families. I have two children of my own, who have completely different personalities and learning styles. Often it's much more beneficial to utilize an outside source to tutor your own children in order to alleviate unneces... [more]

I have a degree in mathematics from ASU which required mastering algebra. I passed linear algebra, abstract algebra, and several advanced calculus classes that went far above and beyond basic algebra. I have a degree in mathematics from Arizona State University. To get this degree, I had to become an expert in Calculus, Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry. I took 5 semesters of Calculus, the last two semesters being Advanced Calculus and Differential Equations. In order to pass these classes, one has to be an expert in Calc 1, 2, and 3, which is light years above and beyond what is taught i [more]

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