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Let's face it? Algebra 2 is super hard! At least it was for me when I was in high school? But I have struggled to make it EASIER for others! I understand where kids get hung up, and I've tried to find simplified ways to explain complex concepts... If one can break it down into its most fundamental components, solving complex math problems can actually be quite enjoyable! Like most math courses, Algebra 2 requires a solid understanding of all of the math fundamentals that were taught in courses before it. A mastery of Algebra 2 also is essential to success in more complex math courses to follo [more]

Hello! My name is Steve, and I am a (sort of) recent graduate of Penn State University's Master's of Environmental Engineering Program. I attended school on scholarship in exchange for being a teaching / research assistant for various chemistry courses. I can honestly say that being a TA was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life! I recently moved to the Charlotte area to work as an engineer, but I really miss the rewarding experience of teaching, so I am actively seeking ways to g... [more]

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Hello! My enthusiasm for teaching and tutoring comes from the simple motto that there is nothing you can't do if you sincerely try. I hold my students to a high standard in class and I expect the same from everyone that I teach. I have had students who had low self-esteem and poor grades completely turn their schooling experience around and outperform some of my high-achievers. I love the feeling when a student says that they understand something for the first time. My goal is to make sure th... [more]

The Common Core math curriculum places traditional algebra 2 material mostly in the Math 3 high school course. Math 3 provides an introductory understanding of the most common types of functions used extensively in advanced/college-level math courses. I want to have your mind on "cruise control" in deciphering math. I want you determined to conquer math and not let it conquer you. I want flexible, giving clients who laugh at my corny jokes. Let's have an online math tutoring session and see if I can have you astounded.... [more]

I am a graduate from South Carolina State University with dual B.S. degrees in Chemistry and Biology. I also have an MBA degree. I love to tutor/teach especially subjects involving numbers. Hence Algebra, Calculus, and Accounting are a few of my favorites. Other subjects I am particularly passionate about are Chemistry, Biology, Anatomy, and Physiology. I have worked as a tutor for K-12 students, including AP coursework. Also, I have worked as a teaching assistant for general chemistry ... [more]

Hello World :) I am Keenan! I'm a graduate of UNCC with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Japanese. In college, I realize the importance of education. When you're in a group setting like that, you are able to see the different backgrounds and upbringings. You are able to see why some students excel, and why other need push, and some more than just a push. Teaching isn't a time to tell students what to do or how to do it. It's a time to help students grasp concepts and ... [more]

I am a Columbia University graduate and I have taught mathematics at a local college for 8 years. I have years of experience teaching and tutoring mathematics, including algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus 1/business calculus, and statistics. I believe that guiding students to learning and appreciating math is far more important that turning in an assignment or getting the correct answers. I have helped many students with ACT, SAT, and GMAT math portion. I enjoy working with students ... [more]

I have tutored a range of math related subjects. Algebra I and II were the two that I tutored most often. Also, I have experience tutoring this subject to Spanish speaking students. My teaching philosophy is centered on teamwork, which means my students and I will work cooperatively to achieve their individual successes. I love tutoring because I take pride in helping others reach their full potential and achieve their academic goals. I possess a range of skills that aid me in adapting to the unique needs of each student such as language barriers and disabilities. I began tutoring by helping [more]

As with most of my math classes, I got an A in Algebra 2 when I took it in 6th grade. I had a way of understanding math, which is easy to teach, that was different than what the teacher was attempting to teach the class but mine was more accurate on a larger scale basis, i.e. her way applied for specific examples while mine was for math as a whole and could be used in later courses. Hey, my name is Jesse. I am currently a graduate student at UNCC and have loved to teach others fun and interesting ways to understand math and math based sciences. I am currently attempting to obtain my doctora [more]

Hi! I graduated Syracuse University studying the Recording and Allied Entertainment Industries and minoring in Spanish and Public Communications in 2016, and am now pursuing a law degree in Southern California. Charlotte is home though so I'd love to help anyone who needs it while I'm home. I've tutored here and there, but have gained the most experience instructing both as a substitute teacher and as a dance instructor. Having studied Spanish for eight years, I am comfortable teaching re... [more]

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