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I am a published author on several Algebra 1 level text books in the UK. I have extensive teaching experience in the United States and the United Kingdom, including several years teaching and tutoring Algebra 1. I love working with students who have found math a challenge and want to have increased confidence and success in math. I also have the experience, resources and subject knowledge to challenge the most able students. I am a math teacher with more than 10 years of teaching experience. I am currently teaching at a high school, but have extensive experience teaching both middle school and [more]

I have three years of experience teaching Algebra 1 at the high school level. Because Algebra 1 provides a basis for every following math class, it is vital that students develop a deep understanding of the content. To facilitate this, I help students form connections between different topics in Algebra 1, illustrate real-life applications of the material, and encourage students to examine and develop problem-solving strategies instead of simply memorizing a set of steps. I?m Nicole! I graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering. After college, I decided that [more]

As a full-time tutor, I see a lot of different subjects. Of all of the subjects I tutor, algebra 1 is the most common. I teach students how to better read the questions so that they understand what to do, and I explain why algebra 1 works the way it does. In the first level of algebra specifically, understanding the intuition that forms algebra is paramount to their success, so I try to build up that strong foundation. I am a certified tutor with eight years of experience as a private full-time tutor, and I was a public tutor for almost one year. Tutoring is my passion in life. My specialty i [more]

Hey! My name is Rochelle and I am a recent biomechanical engineering major from Hope College. Math is my strong subject and I can tutor in just about any type of math you may need help with. I will work to teach critical thinking skills during the lesson because that is the best skill to have when it comes to learning math. I was an engineering lab teaching assistant back in college where I helped students with math, computers, and critical thinking. I will be a great tutor. I am dedicated ... [more]

My name is Na L. and I'm a PhD student of mechanical engineering at Oakland University. Because of my background in engineering, I have strong skills in mathematics, physics and chemistry. I am originally from Beijing, China. Mandarin is my primary language and so I am capable of teaching Chinese as well. During my undergraduate program, I was a teaching assistant for a tutoring class and helped to organize the class, checked attendance, graded homework and exams, answered questions, etc. ... [more]

Algebra 1 is a course that I have seen multiple times now. I first saw it briefly in middle school, then I took it again in 9th grade and it was my strongest class. I then received a 3.7 in algebra 1 at Oakland University. I have been tutoring college algebra 1 for two years now, it is definitely a strong suit for myself. I've been tutoring at Oakland University as a college tutor for four semesters now and I aboslutely love it. Tutoring puts me in a place of fulfillment when I see a student grasp new information that we went through, no matter how long it takes. I want a student to be able [more]

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I have tutored students in Algebra 1 over the last 9 years. I have taken advanced algebraic theory classes as well as all underlying mathematical classes through Calculus III (multivariate calculus). I have a deep understanding of algebraic theory as well as appropriate teaching methods that I have developed with a wide variety of clients of all ages and skill levels. I have been tutoring for the last 12 years throughout middle school, high school, and college. I worked as a director of a program coordinating mentor and mentee pairing for Harvard Students and high school students in Boston. I [more]

I have been tutoring for over 2 years. I started out as a Physics Learning Assistant for Arizona State University in 2016. I did that for 2 years and then switched over to a Biomedical Engineering tutor this year. This year I also began tutoring math in addition to engineering and science. The age range I have experience tutoring is from 8th grade all the way to adults, however I am comfortable tutoring all ages. My tutoring style is very fluid. I like to change how I tutor based on the l... [more]

Welcome! I currently work as a CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) Engineer at General Motors. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with Honors in Mechanical Engineering from the Schreyer Honors College at The Pennsylvania State University. I have a diverse cultural background, having grown up in both the U.S. and in India, for nearly equal portions of my life. When I was younger I never enjoyed studying, not many of us do at that age, and because of that lack of interest, I wasn't an especially good ... [more]

It always bothered me when students got "turned off" to math at an early age, due to a bad teacher, frustration, or lack of interest. Math is a basic skill that is needed to manage life. I try to ease anxiety and give confidence to students, so they believe that they CAN do math! When I first meet with a student, I try to assess strong and weak understanding of concepts. I present material as necessary if a student is totally lost, then we do some drill work, repeatedly solving certain ty... [more]

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