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As a Chemical Engineer, MBA, and former private school Math/Physics teacher, I teach the way that I wish someone would've taught me. Algebra is one of my favorite subjects. "A Better Approach to Education" My message is simple: The idea that math is hard is just an illusion. Math isn't difficult to understand, it just has to be presented correctly. Math isn't your problem, it's the way you've been taught to look at it. Once you learn to look at math the right way, you'll be surprised by how quickly you'll go from hating it to having fun. At the end of the day, it's just like any other game: [more]

Only a trained mind can absorb higher mathematics. Algebra is the starting point of the training. Algebra 1 is the entry point for algebra. Even if you do not have a good grounding in prealgebra you can make it up by learning algebra 1 well. Any shortcoming in algebra 1 may create a lot of problems when you start learning algebra 2. I taught algebra 1 to many students. I advise a lot of caution and extra effort in learning algebra 1. Math is fun once you master algebra. I am Sushanta. I am a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India. IIT Kanpur is among the very best tech [more]

I have taught and tutored high school and middle school math since 1976 and taught math at Granite Oaks Middle School up until retiring in June 2016. There are four components to my tutoring: 1. Concepts and Skills: help students understand the concepts behind what they are learning and give them practice on the skills they need to become mathematically fluent. 2. Accuracy, Organization, and Efficiency: help students organize their work and become accurate and efficient problem solvers. ... [more]

I have a B.S. in Biology, am a 5th year PhD student in Microbiology, and have significant experience in math up to and including calculus 1, physics, and chemistry through biochemistry I. I worked at Metropolitan State College's tutoring center for 3 years as a Lead Tutor due to my expertise and positive responses from those I've tutored. I graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver cum laude with a 3.86 gpa and a 4.0 gpa in my major. In my PhD, I have spent 6 quarters TAing for ... [more]

There's no reason to continue struggling with the symbolism of Algebra. It's really quite elementary when you let me show you how numbers and letters do "socialize" quite nicely. I have been helping students, both in the classroom and in private tutoring settings, for over 30 years to understand this powerful language. This language has led to so many of our world's modern inventions and conveniences, from computers to cell phones to tablets, and so much more. Believe me - it's amazing. And I can actually help you to enjoy it as you learn. [more]

Algebra is all about patterns; I try to help student find the patterns and put them to use. I wrote an Algebra 1 textbook. it was one of the hardest things I have ever done because I had to think through every step I took so that I could explain them. I have been an educator for over 30 years. I have worked with thousands of students in high school and college. As a college instructor, I taught writing classes. During 24 years of working in charter high schools, I taught a wide variety of courses, including English and Mathematics. Throughout my career, I have worked in one-on-one and [more]

Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus are all core parts of a solid mathematics education. I teach students all the tools they need to be successful and confident in math. This means teaching more than just the core concepts. It also means teaching students the logical process of analyzing, understanding, and thinking through a problem. This, above all else, increases a student's confidence and develops life-long math literacy. I am a mechanical engineering student about to graduate with a math minor. I love to teach and believe that a good tutoring relationship improv [more]

As a senior in high school, I served as a designated tutor to AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) students. I've also provided tutoring services to American River College students. Although I can tutor in a variety of subjects, my strengths are math and English. Through many years of the GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) program, the IB (International Baccalaureate) program, Honors and AP courses, and college courses, I have gathered study skills essential for a successful educ... [more]

I have taught college-level math and math-related courses for five years. I have recently tutored Advanced Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Precalculus and AP Calculus in my local area. I also teach mathematics at William Jessup University and was previously Mathematics Professor at Sacramento City College and Mathematics Instructor at California State University Fullerton. During my career in aerospace engineering, I analyzed and solved a wide range of technical problems using fundamental concepts... [more]

The word Algebra is Arabic in origin and refers to a system of rules used in mathematics. I tutor all levels of Elementary Algebra (Algebra I, Algebra II, and Pre-Calculus). Elementary Algebra is the "rules of the road" for all of our work in Calculus and calculations related to the sciences. It's fundamental and vital to understanding in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics fields. Algebra I is about learning **basic** skills beyond Arithmetic. It's math boot camp and we do a lot of exercises here. We learn how to be academic **and** we learn Algebra. Algebra I or Algebra II [more]

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