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Typically most algebra two skills are learned after basic geometry skills. I was fortunate to have an exceptional geometry teacher. More than the geometry, I learned the power and importance of the proof over the axiom. With a solid foundation algebra one, geometry, and proofs I was able to gain a deep understanding of algebra two concepts. I model my much of my teaching style after my geometry teacher. I work with creative gifted students and adults who want to accelerate their studies. My gifted youth program teaches students many subjects. In elementary math fundamentals we cover patterns [more]

Hi! I'm a quantitative researcher who used to be a teacher, and I loved teaching so I like to tutor on weekends in my spare time. My specialty is in economics, statistics, and mathematics, and I can tutor in any of those up to undergraduate-level courses (and some graduate-level courses, depending on the subject). I can also help with other high school-level courses. I'm happy to work with you whether you're struggling in your current class and want to see improvement or you want to get ah... [more]

The content of Algebra II is also very much fundamental to upper-level math courses, and they have become somewhat second nature to me over the years. I have also recently been privately tutoring two students in Algebra I and II through FLVS, and am therefore very comfortable with the subject material. Hello! I graduated in May 2015 from Stetson University down in DeLand, FL with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts in Nonprofit Administration. I graduated in May 2017 with a Master of Public Policy from Duke University, focusing on quantitative analysis, affordable housi [more]

I can help you in AP Calculus AB and college-level Calculus 1. I taught Calculus 1 for several semesters at Virginia Commonwealth University and I was a recitation instructor for Calculus 3 for two semesters at Rutgers University. I tutored grade school students up through calculus students on the side while I was at school because I absolutely adore teaching math. Since then, I graduated from Rutgers University in 2016 with my Masters in mathematics and then moved to Washington, DC as a full... [more]

I have experience teaching an Algebra 2 class. As such, I am very comfortable with the material. I aim to help students break down problems into manageable steps so that they can approach the solution with confidence. I have over ten years of experience tutoring various subjects from writing and elementary math to college level statistics. I started tutoring as a way to assist my friends and family members who were in need of help, and I ultimately followed my desire to teach and help others into a career in teaching. I am currently working as a teacher in a local private school. I teach Physi [more]

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I have the following college and graduate degrees: B.S. mechanical Engineer - Magna Cum Laude; MBA -Phi Kappa Phi Honer Society; Graduate Degree-International business -UCLA; Graduate Degree-Controllership-St. John's University - NY . My teaching and tutoring experience includes Ten Years as Substitute Teacher - Fairfax County, VA, Pre-Algebra, Ten Years -Algebra and Geometry. I have done Private Tutoring for 20 years and taught Virginia SOL Math test praparation for 10 years. All those I... [more]

I'm a tutor with over 10 years of experience in Algebra ll, identifying students' individual learning styles and developing an action plans to guide them through the struggles they experience while trying to master their subject. Often, I assess what sparks a student's interest in a subject and play off those interests to fully engage them in their study plan. I would be glad to share my recommendations letters with you. As a child growing up in Brazil, Graciele witnessed how her mother, a biology teacher, successfully helped many students. This inspired Graciele to live by her example from an [more]

Throughout my life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. In high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. I graduated valedictorian from Westview High School in Portland, OR with a weighted GPA of 4.23 and a class rank of 9/689. After high school I attended the University of Oregon Honors College for a B.A. in Economics with a minor in ... [more]

I used to despise math. Throughout elementary and middle school, I swore that I would stop taking math as soon as I could. But in high school, everything changed. I had a brilliant, passionate teacher who helped to show me that math is more than plugging numbers into equations - it is truly amazing and beautiful. I carried my new found love of math with me to the University of Virginia and graduated with two degrees - a B.A. in Math and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Throughout the yea... [more]

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$48 per hour.

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Trouble in algebra II can come from both a weak understanding of topics in algebra I and/or from a natural opposition to moving farther and farther away from reality. Abstraction is a hard concept to understand, and I believe the concept all together is ignored in many schools. We're taught this is algebra, and this is how you use it, but we're never taught why we use it, or what makes it so useful. "Why" is a very important question. I believe understanding the "whys" of math is the key to both using it effectively, and retaining the information. [more]

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