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Due to state wide-curricula, teachers have limited time to teach the basic foundation of algebra 2. They must rush to get through all of the material. I believe that students must understand the "why", not just the "how" to solve a problem. Once my students understand the basic foundation of concepts, they quickly learn how to solve complicated problems. Algebra 2 is the heart of future high school and college classes. Falling behind in this class sets students up for many problems later in their education. [more]

Hi! A few words on my qualifications: I possess a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a master's degree in Education, and have 5 years of combined full-time and substitute teaching experience. I have also worked as an in-home tutor in the Durango and Fort Collins areas. My students consistently gained greater confidence, improved study skills, and higher grades after I worked with them, and I would love to see the same improvement in your child. My specialty is high school-level mathemat... [more]

Hello - I am new to WyzAnt, but have been tutoring for a year with a tutoring company. I have an undergraduate in Finance and a MBA. I worked at Hewlett Packard for 10 years in the finance office, and finally decided to become an independent financial professional helping families and small businesses reach their financial goals. My tutoring includes mathematics, geometry, algebra I and II, and statistics. I enjoy working with any age, K-12, in a 1-on-1 atmosphere, because I want to giv... [more]

I recently taught 4 Advanced Algebra 2 classes who tested extremely well on their final for the semester. I can explain, show, help with practice, and instill confidence in the skills a student needs to be successful. I understand the mathematics which precedes Algebra 2 so well that I can connect the new learning to the previous learning. I am confident with my vocabulary, my number sense, and my critical thinking which allows me to see where students struggle, excel, and every place in between. [more]

I have a bachelors degree in chemistry from a small school in Arkansas, though I took organic chemistry for majors at our own CSU! I love chemistry, am a nerd through and through. During my studies, I tutored in organic chemistry, as well as doing TA work for a chemistry class. Additionally, I've had seven internships in organic, analytical, polymer, and forensic chemistry, the most recent of which were in Germany! All that required a bit of technical writing, and I enjoy creative languag... [more]

I have been tutoring math, particularly Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, since I was in high school, taking more of a teaching role in grad school. More specifically, I have spent a number of semesters teaching in algebra based physics courses. In these courses, I help students review and utilize algebra 1 and algebra 2. I All these years of teaching have helped develop my understanding and skill at teaching algebra. I find that in order to progress, one must master the fundamentals. I hope to help students solidify there understanding of the basics as we learn new subjects. With a minor in math an [more]

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I have always liked math and it is even more enjoyable for me when I can help someone else understand it. I have a BS in Electrical Engineering and through earning that I have understood how important it is to have a good foundation in the basics of mathematics. I've seen a lot of my fellow college classmates, friends, and relatives give up on math because it is too difficult for them to understand, but that isn't true! Everyone can learn math but it may just take a different approach than... [more]

Algebra 2 is a continuing part of learning mathematics and its uses in today's world. I have tutored in mathematics and physics during my graduate years while earning my PhD in experimental particle physics. I have a passion for mathematics and physics and love continuing to learn myself. I find it rewarding to see others learn in these areas as well. I have a large base of subjects for which I am qualified to assist in. My motto as a tutor is "to be able to put myself out of business". My style is to empower the student to become self-sufficient and confident in their ow... [more]

Hello, My name is Divya and I am currently a Masters of Public Health student at Boston University. I graduated from University of California, Irvine, in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences with a minor in psychology. I have been tutoring since I was in high school and was an employee of various tutoring companies during my college years. I primarily specialize in math and science preparation for children from kindergarten to high school however I also have a strong music ... [more]

I am a computational mathematics major at the University of Colorado at Boulder, with four years of classes under my belt. Before college, I learned calculus in 11th grade and passed my International Baccalaureate Higher Level math exam with a solid 4/7 score. In addition, I have a second major: percussion performance. I recently completed my senior recital after seven months of preparation. I have taught chess lessons and tactics to 2nd and 3rd graders, and found it a very rewarding experie... [more]

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