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I have tutored students in algebra II since 2006 and it is one of the most frequent areas in which I have worked with students. I am a high school chemistry and French teacher with twelve years experience (all levels of first year chemistry and AP Chemistry and French I and II). My AP students have a 91% pass rate (national average is around 52%) and an average score of 4.2. In the past I have also taught anatomy & physiology and biology and before that I worked in the printing industry and as a lab technician. I have two bachelor's degrees in French and history and two master's degrees, one [more]

If you had problems in algebra 1, it's helpful to review those before moving on to algebra 2. The latter course doesn't bring in that many new concepts, but it explores the ones you've already seen in greater depth, and brings in some of the trig concepts you probably started on in either algebra 1 or geometry. If you didn't have problems in algebra1, algebra 2 shouldn't be too big a problem so long as you keep up with the work. If you get behind, it's easy to get confused, but if not, it's mostly just integrating the concepts you already have. [more]

I really enjoy helping kids learn about all sorts of things, especially math. Algebra 2 lays the groundwork for higher level math such as calculus, statistics, and others. For anyone seeking a future in a technical field, a good grasp of the logic inherent in this subject is crucial. I have several years experience in the classroom, and my greatest satisfaction has always come from helping an individual get that tough topic that has been a struggle. I prefer to think of myself as someone who teaches people about math rather than as a math teacher. [more]

I have taught Comprehensive, Honors, and Advanced Program Algebra 2 for several years at the high school level. I am an expert instructor in both a traditional approach to Algebra 2 as well as CPM Algebra 2. I have an expert understanding of the Algebra 2 curriculum, as well as where that material fits in from a vertical alignment perspective. In addition to formally teaching multiple Algebra 2 courses, I have tutored this content in after school ESS settings, college math lab settings, and in private tutoring. [more]

I have been tutoring Algebra II students for 12 years and have taught a college-level Algebra II class for 2 years. I am an engineer with a Lean Sigma Master Black Belt certification, who has been tutoring elementary, middle, high school and college students for the past 10 years. In addition, I have been teaching physics and math at IUS and Ivy Tech for the past 8 years, and teaching leadership skills in the business world for the past 10 years. I see myself not only as a tutor, but as a role model and mentor for all of my students. This year, two of my students graduated from high school, [more]

I have taught electrical/ electronic engineering courses on a college level. A lot of algebra 2 is used to solve engineering problems. I also have a love for solving math equations in a simple but effective learning style. My name is John. My degree is in Electrical Engineering. I have worked in manufacturing as lead electrical engineer dealing with automation controls and capital million dollar projects. I have also held roles as quality manager and my current role as Supplier Quality Management. I spent 2.5 years also working as a adjunct instructor teaching, tutoring and mentoring students [more]

Hey there! I'm Evan and I can't wait to start working with you! I have been tutoring in Algebra and Geometry off and on since 2007, initially for friends and family who needed help and eventually progressing to paid tutoring after I started college. I'm a graduate of the University of Louisville's Speed School of Engineering, where I took a wide range of mathematics courses, and am currently finishing my Master's of Engineering degree there. I've always had a knack for mathematics, exce... [more]

I taught math in JCPS (duPont Manual HS, Fern Creek HS, Valley HS) for four years and have taught full-time at Sullivan College of Technology and Design for the past two years. I have found patience and breaking concepts into small step-by-step pieces as the keys to my success. From basic algebra through differential calculus, I find my passion for math rooted in the real-world applications it defines. I have tutored privately for the last six years and really enjoy the student-driven pa... [more]

My love for teaching has been since forever. Right from my childhood teaching has been a passion for me. I am presently a Software Developer in one of the firms in India. I have earned my Master's and Bachelor's in Computer Science and Engineering from the reputed institutes of India. I want to pursue a PhD and and serve as a Professor. I had been associated with many coaching institutes in the past and have had a wonderful experience. Nothing can be more satisfying than seeing your ... [more]

I graduated with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with High Honors Distinction from the J.B. Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville in 2014. I was a teaching aide for two semesters for a differential-equations based fluid mechanics class, where I would provide additional instruction lessons for groups of 3-5 students who were struggling with the complex material. I also tutored high school and college freshman from my church, the former in Algebra 1/2 and the latter in 1st ye... [more]

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