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I have taught an intermediate algebra 1 class at a local university. While teaching, I worked one on one with several students to help increase their understanding. My 15 years of teaching experience, love for learning and National Board certification have helped me develop excellent knowledge of the learning process. These experiences have taught me to actively engage students in their learning through discussion, hands on activities and writing, which will lead to academic growth. I am familiar with elementary and middle school common core standards and expectations. I have taught 5t [more]

As a former volunteer tutor at Springfield High School (as well as area junior high schools), I am conversant with the coursework structure and standardized assessment of Illinois (high) school students; and have firmly established that which I master the art of conveyance in, and (most importantly) that which I don't. Thusly, the student's time is assured to not be wasted due to unfamiliarity with actual, regional scholastic norms. As a research projects mentor for many high school, u... [more]

Hello! My name is Alyssa, and I have recently completed my Bachelor?s degree in biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Springfield! My passions include mathematics and the sciences. As a tutor, I can help with math levels ranging from prealgebra to calculus (and possibly some calculus II, it?s been a while). As for the sciences, I am well-versed in the field of biochemistry; therefore, I am comfortable with basic chemistry, cell biology, microbiology, analytical chemistry, and bi... [more]

Algebra 1 is difficult but also full of patterns. Once the patterns are learned and remembered, which is one of the things I help students do, it is primarily a question of applying them to the information given in each problem. I also help students to do this, and I help them move toward an understanding of the principles behind these rules and problems. The more understanding of the explanatory reasons behind something, the easier it is to understand and use. All my life I have loved learning and I very much enjoy teaching others and helping them to come to an understanding. Though teach [more]

I'm a great tutor, I tutored Engineering students at Bradley University and had an excellent success rate. The Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Department conveyed the students' feedback to me. I'm good in teaching one on one, where I can communicate with the student comfortably and can tell directly if the student understood the concept directly. I have a strong background in mathematics, algebra & Calculus are just part of the math that I can teach. I'm strong in Chemistry, Phy... [more]

Hi! If you are looking for an experienced, friendly, and results driven tutor, I'm your guy. I am a professionally-trained tutor with almost two decades of experience helping students with test prep, study skills, math, science, language arts, and a variety of other academic subjects. I have worked with individuals with special needs, students on the accelerated/honors track, and just about everyone else you can think of. Together, you and I will work hard to achieve the success you desire... [more]

I am qualified to tutor algebra 1, because took a course in it as an undergraduate. I earned an A in the course. I also tutored the subject for 3 years quite recently. I am a friendly person. I like math and chemistry and enjoy helping students understand these subjects better. I have three years experience tutoring these subjects at the college level. I began tutoring after I retired from the software industry. I also taught freshman chemistry for two years, when I was in graduate school at Indiana University. My most recent tutoring experience was in 2014 working in the Math Center at Lincol [more]

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