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Hello, my name is Becky :). I have worked as a private tutor for six years mostly in the following subjects: science (college and high school chemistry and biology), math (general math k-6th grade, prealgebra, geometry, algebra I and algebra II), GED test prep and TEAS prep (all sections). Also, I work extensively with homeschool students who use FLVS as well as other institutions.I am very positive, patient and believe in teaching by example. My goal is to make sure my students really unders... [more]

Learning is one of the most important things in life--for success in the world and to grow as a human being. As a tutor, I am here to help you learn. I have been a tutor for over 10 years. I currently work as a tutor at the University of Miami, and have worked at Miami Dade College--where I received a CTD tutor certification in 2013. I have experience tutoring at the middle school, high school, and college levels. The subjects I tutor include physics, chemistry, pre-algebra, algebra, geomet... [more]

Hi! My name is Patrick. I graduated from the University of Florida with an undergraduate degree in Economics and a Masters in Entrepreneurship. I have over six years experience teaching children and adults of all ages. I am a dedicated hard worker, very encouraging and patient. I also like to promote a relaxed environment so that students feel comfortable asking questions and making mistakes. Beyond that, I take pride in my work, and I'm not afraid to dedicate long periods of time to help you... [more]

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I am in my senior year as a math major and have a year and a half of experience as a learning assistant at FIU, helping students with math from algebra 2 to differential equations. I?m Michael! I am currently a senior at Florida International University, majoring in mathematics and fulfilling the pre-med prerequisites. I was actually never a huge fan of math, until one amazing teacher in high school sparked my interest and love for it. It was then that I realized how much of an impact great teachers have on young minds. Great teachers understand what concepts students tend to have difficulty w [more]

I studied Youth Counseling and worked as a youth director in a Miami church before going back to school to study chemistry and education. I have worked as an award winning chemistry teacher now for 25 years. I love explaining math and science to people! I use math "tricks" and practice (practice...practice) to instill an understanding of problem solving. For example, beginning/weak algebra students, especially in chemistry and physics sometimes struggle with rearranging and solving for ... [more]

Hello! I'm Monica, and I have a Bachelor degree in Biological Sciences and a minor in Math. My teaching experience started in the US, then I traveled to Peru, Canada, and back to the US. I had the opportunity to teach in all these countries all school levels, from 1st grade to 11th grade. My goal has been always for students to understand the material, and not just memorize it, to apply and learn the knowledge and the skills in different ways to adapt it to a personal way of learning. ... [more]

I have a bachelors degree in Mathematics and have completed Masters courses in mathematics as well. I am currently working as a high school math teacher and teach Geometry and AP Calculus AB and BC. I have worked as a teacher for five years and have won the teacher of the year award at my school. Before this, I worked as a tutor at Florida International University for almost three years while receiving my degree.... [more]

Hi, I'm Ross! I graduated from Oberlin College in 2017 with majors in mathematics and creative writing in addition to a minor in computer science. I have one year of classroom experience teaching Precalculus, Honors Precalculus, and AP Calculus, and two years of experience tutoring college level Discrete Mathematics and Information Theory. I think math is one of the purest natural arts, and I'd love to help you discover it's mind-blowing yet relevant intricacies. I can break topics down to... [more]

My passion for education began at an early age, when I noticed that student success had more to do with how the student was taught than anything about the particular student's intelligence or ability. In 6th grade, I started my first literacy education program, in which 5th and 6th graders mentored 1st - 5th graders in literacy through educational games, poetry, crafts, puzzles and more. Enrollment jumped from 10 students to over 100 in less than a year, including two autistic children. The r... [more]

Not to be confused with the focus of Trigonometry, Algebra II is geared to solving mathematical problems focused on equations and inequalities, algebraically or graphically. I have been tutoring and/or teaching for more than three decades. I love people and I love what I do. I tutor all levels of math using different methods, including the Singapore Method. Among my current students' subjects are: university level: engineering math, differential calculus, vector calculus, linear algebra, statistics; high school: AP calculus, statistics, trigonometry, and the other basic math, and the range of [more]

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