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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]

I am a full-time engineer but I love spending time helping others learn. I have been tutoring for 20+ years and still love it. I have worked with kids and adults in every subject, but I am the most effective teaching Math and SAT Prep. People often ask me Why I spend so much time tutoring? Well, there is no better feeling than when a student has that "A-Ha" moment and finally grasps a new concept. The pride that they show being able to complete problems completely on their own is wha... [more]

When taking algebra two it is important for students to recall what they have learned in algebra one as well as applying what was introduced in geometry. Throughout working with students on this level I have learned how to improve recall of past math ideas while staying on track with the second level of a learned subject. I graduated from UNCW with my B.A. in mathematics. I am using this degree to obtain a position as a high school math teacher. I have been employed by New Hanover County Schools for over three years as well as privately tutoring at middle and high school and select college cou [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]

Before applying to college, I scored in the 93% on the ACT among all high schoolers in the nation. I was successful as an undergraduate biology and Spanish double major at Virginia Tech University. During my years at college I worked as a substitute teacher in grades K-12 for three years. After working at a few local schools teaching students Spanish, biology, chemistry, computer science, math, and English, I was offered a full-time teaching position. At the time I had another job and was ... [more]

Hello! It is my pleasure to work with you! I am a teacher with many years of experience working with elementary, middle, and high school students. I have worked in the private and public schools and have formed wonderful relationships with my students. In fact, many of my former students stay in contact with me to keep my updated on their progress. Although many students are afraid of or simply do not like math, I find that patient teaching and the breaking down of problems allows student... [more]

My name is Courtney H., and I have been in education for many years--a lifelong endeavor, really. My parents were educators. They helped start one school, sat on the board of another, and were founding board members of the North Dakota Home School Association. I started teaching at the age of thirteen, as a volunteer. I have taught professionally, for over thirteen years. I have coached soccer. I co-founded a school and taught a wide array of subjects there for three years, including Latin, R... [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]

I have taught honors and college prep algebra 2 for years. As a certified math teacher of all high school math courses, I can also help with foundational skills from Algebra 1 and help prepare for trig, pre-cal, and calculus. I am an experienced, National Board Certified, high school math teacher that can effectively tutor students in elementary to high school in all math courses as well as ACT/SAT and WorkKeys preparation. I am also AP Calculus endorsed. I am knowledgeable of state standards and math practices. I have an excellent record of increasing students' understanding and improving gra [more]

Hi, I'm Layton and a current college student at Johnson and Wales University - Charlotte Campus. I am currently attending for culinary arts but do know a thing or two about math and music. Throughout high school I was in band, wind ensemble, and marching band. I played two instruments, the clarinet and the oboe. In total I have played instruments for about 10 years, starting with the piano. I have minor tutoring experience as I am the one all my friends come to for math and musical questions... [more]

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