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Learning should be fun, empowering and exciting. I am an author, a professor, and a very experienced designer, programmer, technical director and media producer. I truly enjoy teaching, learning, media technology, innovation and education. I taught the first game development classes for the Low Angeles Unified School Dostrict and was the first Head of Education for The VR/AR Association. I go beyond teaching the fundamental concepts, and strive to impart a deep understanding of what th... [more]

I focus on keeping the strategies simple in algebra. Many strategies cross over to several different kinds of problems. Once these patterns for strategies are learned, new problems don't seem as mysterious. With over 15 years of tutoring experience and having graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Applied Mathematics from UCLA, I am among the most qualified math tutors available. I have been tutoring students in everything from Pre-Algebra through Calculus and Statistics. I enjoy the subtleties of mathematics and find it greatly fulfilling when I see my students gain a greater insight [more]

I have always been a lover of learning with a particular passion for literature and language arts. I graduated magna cum laude from UCLA in 1979 with a B.A. in English and earned English Departmental Honors, Additionally, I hold a Paralegal Certificate from the UCLA Attorney Assistant Program, and worked for many years as a legal assistant drafting, revising and editing legal documents and correspondence. I am also accredited by the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) as an academ... [more]

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Systems of equations, inequalities, trigonometry, exponential functions, radical expressions, etc. provide the basis for a lot of advanced mathematics that is needed in advanced applications in college and beyond. I honestly do believe that algebra 1 is one of the best investments in terms of time spent studying/reward for a high school student. Sometimes students find it a little bit dry as there are many rules and techniques to remember. But, a good teacher can throw in there some interesting problems to spice things up a little. For example, students often wonder what is all the fuss abo [more]

This course is the foundation for high school mathematics courses. It is the bridge from the concrete to the abstract study of mathematics. Topics include simplifying expressions, evaluating and solving equations and inequalities, and graphing linear and quadratic functions and relations. Real world applications are presented within the course content and a function's approach is emphasized. What engenders a love of math? How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why do fear and [more]

Teaching and tutoring algebra is a great love of mine. I have taught algebra at the university level for over 3 years, and tutored algebra for a number of companies and independently for over 5 years. I genuinely relish each opportunity. Algebra is one of the most captivating subjects in math because it is the first real journey into abstract mathematics beyond calculations and basic tips & tricks. Observing a student really grasp algebra is as rewarding an experience a tutor or teacher can ever have. I have a BA from UC Berkeley in Political Science and an MS from Cal State Channel Island [more]

I have a Master of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics, including Algebra 1. I'm Brian. I hold a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics. I currently work as an Actuary, however, prior to being an Actuary I was a teacher. I believe with the proper guidance everyone can succeed in math. Let me help you remove any obstacles, so you can be on your way to success in math! Degrees: MS Applied Mathematics, BA Mathematics... [more]

I have been a math teacher with LAUSD for 27 years & have tutored many students over the years. I get great satisfaction when students start doing well on tests. I lived in London for 27 years & in Los Angeles 34 years. I am now retired but want to continue to help students succeed in math. My hobbies are reading & traveling. Having had extensive experience, I know the mistakes students make & the sections they find hard. I have a single subject credential in mathematics. I have taught Algeb... [more]

I am a Math Minor at the University of Redlands. I have Finished Calculus 1, 2 and 3 as well as Linear algebra and math modeling. I have had to use Algebra 1 as basic math skills for all of these classes. I have also tutored math at the University of Redlands. I just graduated from the University of Redlands with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. I Tutor about 10-12 hours a week at the college level and have tutored at the high school level before. I am have my Level one tutoring certification for the California Reading and Learning Association (CRLA). I also teach the CRLA tutor training [more]

I am a Yale-educated adjunct faculty member at two local state universities and currently a PhD student at UCLA attempting to become a clinical laboratory director. I have been a tutor in the Ventura and Los Angeles county areas for the past several years. I have tutored elementary-college level courses. I have worked with children since I was 16, when I worked as a gymnastics instructor at a local gymnasium. I have tutored mainly math and science but I am amenable to assisting students in se... [more]

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