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I am a professional mechanical engineer, with decades experience teaching high school and college level mathematics, including Algebra 2. I specialize in advanced math, science, and engineering subjects at the college-level but also teach English, writing, and music. My experience as a teacher spans over 15 years with a strong track record for success. I believe everyone, and I mean everyone, has the capacity to learn, and I do my best to take the subject material and make it as easy to understand and retain as possible. Unlike most teachers, I have strong industry experience, and therefore ac [more]

Understanding algebraic concepts and their associated operations will be imperative if you intend to succeed in your future STEM classes and standardized exams. In fact, solving for unknown values is one of the core objectives of any natural science, (quantitative) social science, or mathematics course. Algebra II will introduce you to an additional range of methods, over and above those in Algebra I, in order to do so. Moreover, you will explore various types of advanced relationships (e.g., Conic Sections) and functions in this course that are incredibly useful in modeling experimental data. [more]

I have been in accelerated math classes my entire life, and have also taken all the way through calculus 3. Learning is a very personal experience, and as such I feel that it is best to tailor my tutoring style to fit the student's needs. That said, you really have to mesh well with your tutor, and I may not be the right fit for everyone. I know that there are many learning styles, and my own varies by subject. I also know that learning can be very frustrating; I found myself on more than on occasion feeling like the teacher wasn't answering the question I was trying to ask and I didn't know h [more]

I have taught Algebra II and Honors/Pre-AP Algebra II at the high school levels for over 30 years. I have written curriculum and developed instructional activities for both these courses. So often I find that students have been presented with steps and rules rather than the development of the why something works. Therefore, I take the time to develop concepts and understanding of the mathematics. I have tutored in the south Austin area for the past six years as well as provided instruction for home schooled students. I have taught the following elementary and secondary courses: 5th, 6th, 7t [more]

Algebra 2 is one of my favorite subjects to teach because it's where math really starts to get interesting. I have taught over 1000 students in Algebra 2 which has given me an eye for individual needs of different students. Whatever your struggles in Algebra 2 may be, there is a way to solve the problem and it isn't as difficult as you think at first glance. I taught math for five years at at Austin High School and I believe in making math a language that everybody is fluent in. I take a holistic approach to the learning process and believe it is learned best like any other language: with regu [more]

As an engineering student I became experienced with mathematics. I have taken several college algebra classes and also taken many advanced math classes all the way through calculus 3. I also have years of experience as an employee at Austin Community College tutoring math, including Algebra 2. I have hundreds of hours of experience tutoring Algebra and Trigonometry as well as Precalculus and Calculus. I have worked at Austin Community College for two years tutoring math to ACC and University of Texas Students. After graduating High School I went right into the military and served in the United [more]

I have a Bachelors degree in Aerospace Engineering from UT Austin and over 5 years of experience teaching all high school math, including Algebra 2. I spent 5 years as an in-school math tutor for all high school level math subjects (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus, and Calculus) as well as physics and have tutored at several different schools in Austin, typically with students considered "at risk" academically. I attended the University of Texas at Austin and obtained my Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Although I decided that I enjoyed teaching much more than engineering, [more]

I am a Chemist. I've been teaching and practicing chemistry and physics since 2009 when I started graduate school in chemistry at UT Austin. I graduated with my Ph.D in 2014 and have since been working at a startup chemical company here in Austin. I have 7 years of experience tutoring chemistry and physics in the Austin area. For me, chemistry is the missing link between physics and biology. In the simplest and most broadly applicable terms, I define it as the study of the way that bonds ... [more]

I have extensive experience tutoring both high school and college students in all of the Algebra classes. My patient and thorough approach is proven to be very effective with students. I have a long history of tutoring math and science at Austin Community College in addition to working as an engineer, so I can understand the application of the math and science. But more importantly, I want my pupils to learn the subject matter so they can solve problems on their own. I believe in a very patient approach that encourages the student to believe in their ability to learn the material and perf [more]

I am a returning exchange student from Taiwan, where I studied at the prestigious Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in Kaohsiung. During my time at Wenzao, I took multiple classes on a variety of subjects, which were all taught in either Chinese or Japanese. Due to this long term interaction with native speakers, I can effectively communicate in a way natural to a native speaker and transfer that knowledge to you! In April 2014, I was selected by the US State Department to receive a ... [more]

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