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I am a State Certified Secondary Math Teacher who has successfully taught hundreds of Algebra II students during the last few years. Additionally, I have tutored many Algebra students from middle school through graduate school for over 17 years. I have studied how students learn (recent continuing education at UTA and through the FWISD), so that I can make algebra logical and simplified, so that my students can learn why things work, not just memorize formulas and procedures, which make math overly complicated. I believe that the better the instruction, the simpler the material becomes and th [more]

I was a math tutor for four years at Mathnasium, a tutoring center just for math. I have taught kids age 5-18, as well as college student. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelors of Science in Biology with minors in Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Psychology. I have worked as a Math Tutor at a tutoring company called Mathnasium where I taught anything from kindergarden math all the way up to Pre-calc. I am currently applying for Dental school and will hopefully begin Fall of 2018. I worked as a Math tutor all throughout my undergrad in college. Alth [more]

I am a college mathematics professor with over twenty years' experience in healthcare consulting. I have tutored students from 5th grade math to college level courses. In addition to teaching college-level mathematics, I have developed curriculums for several courses including on-line courses with a Texas-based university. I have also written a mathematics textbook that is used by a Dallas-based college for fundamentals of mathematics. I believe that math can be fun and understandable as well... [more]

With a Master's degree in science, teaching certificates and 9 years of experience, I will help you with algebra and prealgebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus and precalculus in Mathematics; static, movements, electrostatics and electricity in Physics; general chemistry, organic chemistry, and mineral chemistry in Chemistry; and French. ... [more]

I was an SI leader for majors' biology (BIOL 1403/1404) at Texas Tech University. Before that I was a tutor at the Whitacre College of Engineering. I like helping people learn, and it's something I'm good at. I graduated Summa Cum Laude with Honors in May 2016 and am working towards applying for medical school. Currently I work part-time as a private tutor and as a substitute for MISD. I tutored calculus for two years at the TTU Whitacre College of Engineering. I have made A's in every chem... [more]

I am a senior at The University of Texas at Arlington studying Computer Science with a minor in Marketing. I have been employed for 4 years as a Science Ambassador on campus where I present complex chemistry concepts to K-12 students in a way that is simple to understand at all levels. I also spent 2 1/2 years working in a biochemistry lab where I presented my research to other college students and graduate level judges of all disciplines on a regular basis. From there, I transitioned to Comp... [more]

I am a soon-graduating medical student at UT Southwestern (class of 2018), who is currently applying to neurology residencies. I also completed a B.S. in Chemistry with a minor in Biology (class of 2014) at the University of Texas at Dallas, graduating summa cum laude. During my undergraduate years, chemistry was my passion, and I love connecting with students and helping them gain the same appreciation and understanding of the world at the molecular level. I also love all types of math and... [more]

I am a full time instructor of high school Mathematics courses ranging from Algebra 1 Pre-AP through Accelerated Pre-Calculus Pre-AP. Having the full scope of high school math allows me to prepare students who are just starting with the fundamentals to ensure that they take the most productive steps in their journey to grow with Mathematics. I am currently the Mathematics Department Chair on my campus, and I am qualified to assist students in navigating through the complete content within Algebra 2. [more]

Algebra is about "generalities". It is about saying 'a person' instead of 'my friend so and so' . An easy way to learn algebra is to begin with specifics first and then the 'unknown' concept can be captured, Everyday life examples are great to learn from. 8 years of experience teaching at various levels, 1000+ Successful students, a degree in Engineering and significant practical engineering experience helps me make education REAL. I teach in a manner whereby all the theory that may seem too abstract and 'dry' will turn interesting and relevant to the student. You will no longer struggle or fe [more]

I am a Math major from the University of Texas at Austin. I have two years of experience teaching Algebra I and II at an international school in South Korea. BACKGROUND: I am currently eligible for a Texas Probationary Teacher Certificate under the "highly qualified" teacher status. I am also a graduate from UT at Austin with a B.A. in English and a B.S. in Mathematics. I have recently returned from South Korea with six years of teaching experience overseas, where I taught various levels of mathematics, English: Reading, Writing, Literature, and other subjects from K-12, and adults alike. I'v [more]

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