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Alongside my undergraduate degree in mathematics, I earned a minor in education. While earning that degree, I tutored high school students in various mathematics subjects. My math background extends from basic math through calculus and differential equations all the way to numerical analysis. I went on to study business and accounting at the graduate level. I currently have a career in the accounting field. My job encompasses cost accounting, month end closing journal entries, and accounts pa... [more]

I'm looking to connect with students on a one-on-one level. I'm a recent Ph.D. from the University of North Texas, and have over five years of experience teaching a variety of college classes and computer science classes, as well as one-on-one tutoring. The tutoring aspects of my job have always been the most rewarding, since I can get to know a person and understand how the material affects their life. I'm most comfortable when I can learn a student's perspective and tailor my explanation... [more]

Throughout my education career I have tutored students privately, primarily in mathematical subject areas, including Algebra 2. I have a thorough understanding of "Common Core / New Math," and have a gift for explaining concepts in concrete yet elegant ways. Greetings! I'm happy for the chance to share with you my love of and passion for education. My name is Lisa, or Mrs. M. if you like, and I am a long-time resident of North Texas. I work as a Reading Interventionist for Dallas ISD through a local not-for-profit. Throughout the week, I meet with dozens of 1st-2nd grade students who need [more]

Algebra has always been one of my strongest subjects. From elementary through high school, I won several math competitions in various levels of algebra. In teaching algebra, I approach the subject from multiple perspectives, to see which one helps the student understand the material the best. Higher level algebra is a particularly fun subject for me, as it gets more conceptual and less mechanical than lower levels of math classes. Hi! I'm Paul. I have been tutoring and teaching since I was in high school. I am very patient and never judgmental; I see my role as working with students to reduce [more]

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 have tutored and/or taught Algebra II for over 40 years. While majoring in math in college, I often helped fellow students who were struggling with math. The math courses I took in college included Advanced Calculus, Linear Algebra, Complex Analysis and Abstract Algebra. During my years as a graduate student at Duke University, I tutored undergraduates and students in the MBA program. I am certified in Secondary Math in the State of Texas and have taught Algebra II in the Irving ISD. Topics usually covered in Algebra II include properties of real numbers, properties of linear equations [more]

I have tutored two of my three sons and other various students from different educational backgrounds at both the undergraduate and graduate school levels during the past five years. In addition, I've instructed and trained new employees at my firm for 20+ years. My work experience included being a chief financial officer of an public corporation for over twenty-five years and previously a corporate controller. I was involved in training young accountants on the process from journal entries... [more]

Algebra 2 is a great subject, and a great way to step into higher math! However, it can be fast-paced, and student can easily fall behind. I can help you keep and and get ahead in Algebra 2! I focus on teaching why a solution works, and finding a solution my student can really understand. This way, my student can more easily remember it, recreate it, and apply it in other problems in their continuing education! My goal is to help you reach your goals, not to give you more work! Therefore, I match my lessons to your needs - What are you learning in class? What do you need to review from ear [more]

I am a biochemist degree holder with extensive experience as a high school science teacher, math and science tutor. I have worked with students from all backgrounds, from low-performing to high-achieving, tapping into their strong suits and tailoring my lessons along those strengths so that they (the students) understand the subject matter better. My experience as a classroom teacher and graduate student means that I set high expectations for myself and my students. I encourage and guide th... [more]

Greetings! My name is Cornell. I am a Dallas native, graduate of Southern Methodist University, and Mathematics Department Chair / Instructor in the Dallas Independent School District. My approach to coaching Mathematics is predicated on the belief that there is no such thing as a ?math person.? Just because you may have historically struggled with Mathematics or you are related to others who feel that they aren?t ?good in math? does not mean that you can?t rise to the challenge and achieve h... [more]

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