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I am an accounting major at ASU. I have been a T.A. for 2 College Algebra classes at ASU for the past 2 semesters, and will continue to be one for the next 2 years until I graduate. I explain things thoroughly and will not move on to a new topic until I am sure you understand the topic at hand. I can provide examples and additional practice problems where necessary. I am outstanding in math and algebra. I know trigonometry and geometry pretty well. A little review in these areas will bring me right back to my high school honors roll form. I have received an A+ in Brief Calculus and an A [more]

I've been doing algebra 1 for what seems to be forever; I was interested in it when I was a kid, so when I was still in elementary school, my dad taught me how to factor and expand (foil). When I finally got to Algebra 1 in school, I passed easily, helping everyone else in my group to understand the concepts that I had known for years. I still love doing Algebra, and if you need help with it, I would LOVE to help you. It's OK, my boyfriend who is in calculus had to have me help him with factoring too. [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]

As a professional Karate instructor for five years with a second degree black belt in Wado Karate, I have experience tutoring students of all ages, both in large groups and individually. As a high school Salutatorian, I am well versed in every area of general education, and I scored 5's (the highest possible) on no less than six Advanced Placement tests. I currently tutor half a dozen happy students in fields of History, Pre-Calculus, English, and Chemistry. As a college Valedictorian, from t... [more]

My background in higher education is extensive, having completed a B.S. in Biological Anthropology and Anatomy from Duke University, a B.S. in Physics from Arizona State University, and now I am currently working to complete my Ph.D in Computational Biophysics at Arizona State. For the past four years I have been acting as a teaching assistant for the Arizona State University Department of Physics. While I spend most of my time teaching students how to solve problems, I also make sure to re... [more]

I tutored middle school students in a classroom environment in the spring 2017 semester. My name is Haraldo and I am a student at Mesa Community College from which I plan to transfer to Arizona State University for Mechanical Engineering. I have tutored classmates in calculus courses which require a strong understanding of algebra and trigonometry as a foundation. I have also worked for public schools where I focused on helping students in their prealgebra, algebra, and precalculus courses. I want to help others learn math because I feel it is a subject that can discourage many ... [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]

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]

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I passed the TExES Math 4-8 and Math 8-12 exams required of aspiring teachers. This included basic math, algebra, geometry, trig, pre-calc, and probability & statistics. My approach is to simplify the more challenging topics through practical, everyday applications (whenever possible). With a Master of Education degree from Harvard University, a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, as well as teaching experience abroad, I have positioned myself to be able to coach, to tutor, and/or to nurture others. Online or face-to-face, my greatest passion in life is helping people get from where th [more]

I am certified in the state of Ohio to teach Algebra I. I have hundreds of hours worth of experience tutoring Algebra I students. I am a graduate of The University of Akron. I have a Bachelor's degree in both Mathematics in Secondary Education and Applied Mathematics. My tutoring skills, however, are not limited to only math. Below is list of various ages, subjects and tutoring situations I've experienced. Experience: I have been tutoring students of various levels, ages and subjects since 2009. In addition to my teaching background, I?ve accumulated well over 5,000 hours of one on one experi [more]

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