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I am a 2014 graduate of Vanderbilt University with teaching credentials. I received my Bachelor of Arts through a double major in Sociology and Earth/Environmental Science. Through my studies, I realized a love for data and research?and, most importantly, developed unwavering beliefs in the importance of education. I believe that through education, students must be able to make well-rounded and purposeful connections with information in order to grow academically and be college and career rea... [more]

I am a native Californian, born in Los Angeles. My family moved to San Francisco where I received my K - 12 education. I received a more formal and self-directed education at Cal State, East Bay, Hayward (CSUH) and San Francisco Law School (SFLS), earning a B.S and M.P.A. at CSUH and J.D at SFLS. I'm a late bloomer in terms of pursuing my educational goals, as I did not even start college until I was an adult with children. This is good, in a way, because it demonstrates/sets a good and m... [more]

I obtained my California Teaching Credential in English & Social Science after I retired from a career in government relations and taught English at John F. Kennedy High School in Sacramento. For the past five years I have tutored adults for the purpose of getting their GED; for the past four years I have been the Adult Education Program Manager for Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services; I retired from this position on February 27, 2015. I am married and have three children. My wife is a ... [more]

My name is Anh. I'm currently a high school Math teacher at a public high school. I graduated from Sacramento State University with honor from their most difficult Bachelor of Art Math program. I also finish my teaching credential program at Sac State. Being a bilingual person, who benefits from the best of both countries (America and Vietnam) education, I know what is good and bad in both systems, from which, I learn how to teach and transfer my knowledge in the most effective way. Teaching ... [more]

Hello! My name is Karla and I would be thrilled to help you on your mathematical journey! I graduated from UCD with a Bachelors of Science in Pure Mathematics and a minor in Education. I then continued to San Francisco State University to obtain my Master's in Mathematics, my thesis focus was on comparing two different types of teaching algebra. I have had the privilege to help learners understand mathematics for the past 10 years. I have worked as a tutor for companies such as Mathnasium... [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]

Hi my name is Clint. I took Pre-algebra in 8th grade and algebra I in 9th grade. For me algebra was a totally different kind of math from arithmetic and fractions which I had taken before and I absolutely loved it. Algebra I is where I fell in love with math and wanted to learn more. In 10 grade I took geometry and this was very different from Algebra and I liked it even more. Geometry was the class that I decided I wanted to become an engineer from a picture I saw of an engineer designing an airport, and eventually I did become a mechanical engineer and worked as an aerospace engineer, a [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]

I have much experience tutoring algebra 1 with middle and high school students. I provide a fun and memorable way of learning lessons. Hello Everyone, My name is Faith. I graduated from Walnut High School in 2013 and I've recently graduated from the University of the Pacific with a Bachelor's of Science in the field of psychology. I chose to major in psychology due to the many interesting aspects it has to offer. I love working with people and try to help out with their situation, whatever it may be. I live to help others; so what better way to reach out to the community, than to help educa [more]

Hi. I've been a tutor for more than 15 years. I'm good at solving problems and explaining my methodology to students. I'm easy going and friendly, making the sessions much more productive than with someone who lectures at you. I love math and science, and that comes through in my work as well. I have a PhD in chemistry, so I can help with any and all levels of chemistry, ranging from introductory high school chemistry to analytical chemistry undergraduate courses. I can also help with ... [more]

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