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I have 10+ years experience teaching the material from Algebra 2. I love breaking down difficult concepts into step by step processes that students can reliably execute. I can provide a refresher from Algebra 1 if necessary, or a bridge to pre-calculus if desired. I have over 14 years of tutoring experience, have been formally trained as a tutor, and have even won a National Tutor of the Year award for my work with one education company. I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Washington with degrees in Linguistics and Psychology, and a master's degree in Second Language Studies fro [more]

Hello and welcome to my profile! I'm a scientist, lifelong learner, and seasoned educator with 12+ years of experience helping students of all ages succeed in Language, Math, and Science courses. As a professional educator, my versatility, patience, and passion for education are some of the attributes I'm known for. I usually customize lessons based on my student's needs and goals, current grade, degree of complexity of the material, and student's proficiency. Teaching others anything or m... [more]

For as long as I can remember, I've loved teaching. I began as a peer tutor of Spanish and math in high school, and later I made a living teaching English to locals and Japanese to fellow foreigners during the four years I lived in Japan after graduation from college. After returning to the U.S., I spent two years teaching "behind the scenes" as an author and editor of online accounting homework problems for Aplia (part of Cengage Learning). I now spend most of my days offering standardized t... [more]

Hello. I am a lifelong learner of math and science who likes to connect the dots, and I would like to share what I have learned. I have taught algebra and trigonometry in college. I have also tutored high school and college algebra, calculus, and everything in between for several years, plus linear algebra and differential equations. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor's in math and a minor in physics. I was not always interested in math, but I was always interested in science. ... [more]

I graduated from Washington State University in May 2012 with a B.S. in Theoretical Mathematics and a minor in Physics. Going through this difficult process with a wife and two young children, I recognize the challenges modern families face. Since graduating, I have started helping friends and other students with their studies, and found I have quite a knack for breaking down complex ideas and making them easy to understand. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, and I can honestly say that tutoring... [more]

Textbooks tend to have different definitions of Algebra 2, Trigonometry and Precalculus. Therefore, I have seen certain topics and concepts covered in Algebra 2 in one school, but in Precalculus in another. I have experience tutoring all three subjects and am familiar with the vast majority of topics and concepts that may be covered in any of the courses. Welcome, parents and students! If you are looking for a professional tutor ? in mathematics, science subjects, test preparation or general study skills, please, read on! Preparing with a tutor is very much like training with a professional [more]

I have taken many high level math courses and have found that a solid foundation in algebra is invaluable. What has helped me the most is learning to convert an algebraic expression into common english so I can easily determine the solution. This is what I aim to teach students so that they can solve any expression on their own. I know what it's like to struggle with Chemistry. When I started college, I picked it up as my major (I had a great high school teacher) but quickly felt lost and bewildered in my first semester of general chemistry. My biggest mistake that first year was trying to do [more]

I have taught Algebra 2 at a tutoring center for 3 years to kids in middle and high school. In my Sophomore year I took alg 2 and felt extremely comfortable with it. Out of the math subjects algebra I and II are my most favorite. I tested out of my college algebra class to skip it, and got an A when taking alg II in high school. Hello! My name is Tyler and I am in the third year of my software engineering program at Oregon Institute of Technology. I have 3 years of real tutoring experience working as a Kumon math instructor. I specialize in helping struggling college undergrads with thei [more]

I am qualified to tutor in this subject because I tutored all levels of math while in high school (it was a requirement for both precalculus and AP calculus in high school) When I recently worked at a middle school, I tutored 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in math from Math 3 to Algebra 1. I am good at explaining math because it is logically intuitive to me. Algebra 2 is a step above Algebra 1 but I remember and understand the concepts. Hi, My name is Peter, I graduated from USC this past May with a degree in Psychology. I know what it feels like to struggle in a subject and end up hating [more]

Aloha e na haumana, my name is Kawelo M. and I have been working in the education system for over five years. I have served as an Accounting and Algebra teacher for Kamehameha Schools Hawaii campus for a year and as a Substitute teacher there for two years. Prior to that, I worked at Hawaii Community College as both a Business and Accounting tutor for three years. I currently work at Honolulu Community College as a project coordinator for a Pre-Engineering program for Native Hawaiian stude... [more]

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