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Algebra 2 is one of the subjects for which I have tutored several student every year. There are some areas that students tend to find difficult, such as matrices, where this may be their first exposure. Other areas are slight expansions over the Algebra 1 material. Usually, the syllabus also includes logarithms and some trigonometry, and I'm very comfortable explaining these more advanced topics. Why should you choose me to improve your understanding of physics or math? A physics major at Cornell, I have 16 years of experience teaching it in grades 9-12. I designed a combined physics/pre-c [more]

I have 5 years of experience teaching high school math including Algebra 2, and have tutored dozens of Algebra 2 students one-on-one. A frequent downfall of students in Algebra 2 is weakness on fundamentals from earlier grades, such as in equation solving, graphing, working with negative numbers, fractions, and exponents. I look at these skills early in our sessions together, and incorporate strengthening exercises as needed. Then we can more successfully access Algebra 2 topics without continually tripping when solving problems in such topics as Quadratic and Polynomial Functions and I [more]

I have lots of experience teaching Algebra 2 to students of all skill levels. Algebra 2 is a cornerstone of most math sections on standardized exams, and my students (of all ages, from high school pupils to college graduates), and my children, have all benefited from my algebra tutoring. I have not only scored an 800 (a perfect score) on the math section of the GRE, but I have practiced my math abilities over the years. My approach to teaching algebra is not merely to restate the material that's in a student's textbook but to collaborate with the student to develop strategies that build upon [more]

I have previously taught Algebra II at the high school level. I also focus on a number of Algebra II topics when I teach my Pre-Calculus students. As Algebra II topics continually show up on the SAT, I revisit these types of questions throughout the course. Hi! I am currently in my 7th year teaching high school math. Now, I teach Geometry and Pre-Calculus and I have previously taught Algebra II and Statistics. I also spend a lot of time tutoring during school and as part of after-school programs to prepare students for standardized tests as well as in-class assessments like tests and quizzes. [more]

I have experience of two semesters teaching Introductory Algebra at Nashua Community College (NH); (Spring and Summer 2015). I specialize in teaching and explaining physics; it's what I do. I strive to make it less scary in person, and I also put a lot of work into making online tutoring (through the WyzAnt website) as immediate and personal as being there. I have CURRENT college teaching experience, planning and leading (without any TAs) introductory physics classes (both calculus- and algebra-based; the kind of material that shows up in AP and Honors Physics Classes) at Bridgewater State U [more]

A long-time Carlisle and Acton resident I am a successful Mathematics educator and an Information Technology Consultant / Trainer. I am currently available to tutor students who seek individual help with pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, Geometry, and grades 6 through 8 Mathematics. My approach to working with your student will be conceptual, practical, and personal. I combine content knowledge with patience and understanding. As a high school Math teacher I experienced highly positive... [more]

Algebra 2 was also a subject that I passed in High school registering a high grade A overall. I also did part of Algebra at the University which broadened my knowledge as well. During my time as a voluntary tutor in high school, I did teach Algebra 2 and frequently handed out sample questions and then thereafter work on the solutions to the questions. Considering the intensity involved here, we did more practice on the subject and in the end the students were well equipped and a rise in the performance was realized by many of them. [more]

Education: Recently completed my Certificate of Advance Graduate Studies in School Administration at American International College. I have my Principal/ Assistant Principal license for grades K-8. My goal is to be an educational leader of a school. Due to the myriad of changes in technology and curriculum i.e. common core and math practices, I want to help teachers communicate vertically and horizontally to streamline and collaboratively develop Units/ lessons using UbD. This summer I took a Professional Development course on a new software program called Strategic Design, which incorporated [more]

I have extensive experience teaching Algebra II privately, and have excellent references and a good record for helping students that are struggling to improve their grades. There are many ways to look at a problem in Algebra. Depending on the student's learning style, I teach different techniques to help solve problems, including tricks with factoring, divisibility and always include refreshers from Pre-Algebra and Algebra I. Math is cumulative and every skill must be understood along the way. Tutoring all levels of mathematics for public, private and home-school students. I follow each studen [more]

I am a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Mathematics and dual minors in Business Administration and Economics. I am a RYT 200 Certified Yoga teacher and also teach Kids' Yoga. I currently volunteer in my son's elementary school in any and all areas that are needed and have tutored many students in Math (algebra mainly) in the past. My tutoring style is encouraging, calm, patient and friendly. I love working with kids and am so happy and excited for them when they fin... [more]

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