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I taught Algebra II and Honors Algebra II in high schools for 7 years. I have extensive experience teaching various levels of math. I did double undergraduate majors in Mathematics and Secondary Education. I then completed my masters degree in Math Education (Masters of Arts in Teaching). I taught high school full time for 10 years while teaching part time at a community college. Five years ago, I began teaching full time at the community college level and am now head of developmental and technical math. I have tutored for almost 20 years. I have taught ... [more]

I have used algebra in a practical way during my career in research. I tutored high school level to college level algebra to adults who attended evening classes when I lived in the United Kingdom. Since then I have tutored numerous algebra 2 students over the past several years in the United States. I have a B.Sc in Microbiology & Biochemistry, Ph.D in Molecular Biology and over twenty years work experience in academic biomedical research. I enjoy sharing my knowledge with students of all levels. I am available to help the most junior students to those students who need extra help with colleg [more]

I enjoy tutoring students with math and have tutored all different levels of of middle, high school, college and adult levels of math. I have a B.S. in Math from Penn State with an emphasis in Systems Analysis from Penn State and have worked as a computer Systems Analyst. I have two kids of my own in high school and at U of M. I enjoy helping students to grasp subjects that may have been difficult to understand in a classroom setting. Sometimes all they need is a little one-on-one help.... [more]

It was though tutoring that I realized I wanted to be a mathematics teacher. They joy I felt when I helped someone succeed showed me this was my calling. I love being able to come up with different ways to explain ideas to help students understand mathematics. I have a degree in Mathematics Education from Rochester College. I have been an AP calculus teacher for over 10 years. Besides teaching, I have been an AP reader for calculus. While I love teaching calculus, my favorite material is p... [more]

Hey, So I just graduated college this past April from the University of Cincinnati with my undergraduate in mechanical engineering. I also graduated with my Masters in Business Administration. I am currently working as a lean manufacturing engineer in Memphis. I want to become a tutor for two main reasons 1) student loans and 2) I love to teach. In high school I was captain of my chess and swimming teams. I was a member of my high school's soccer team and I was a leader in our intern... [more]

My name is Jennifer and I am very excited to get started! I have a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics from Lafayette College in Easton, PA. I have a strong background in math, engineering and physics, and can also help with beginner to intermediate level Spanish and Shakespeare (yikes!) I have had experience working as a tutor through college and as a mentor to new employees with my current company. I like to be hands on, and to attempt to use real world exampl... [more]

I can tutor subjects in Math and Spanish. These are the subjects that I enjoyed the most and came to me the most naturally while in school. I have had additional immersive experience with Spanish when I studied abroad in Costa Rica in an intensive Spanish program. I have taken Math courses up to Calculus. My focus, when tutoring, is on helping students actually understand the concepts behind the subject material rather than pure memorization. While true understanding is important with all ... [more]

Hello, My name is Bernadette. I am excited to have the opportunity to be your tutor! I want to help you reach your goals, whether they are academic, business, or personal. Education, and learning, has no time limit. Knowledge, and a good understanding of how to apply it, improves one?s resourcefulness, analytical and problem-solving skills, decision-making, and self-confidence. It is thus necessary for passing courses, graduating, and pursuing careers of your choice. Today, technology... [more]

State of Tennessee Department of Education Professional License in Mathematics 7-12 Published Thesis for Master of Science in Mathematics: Fundamental Methods for Solving Volterra Integral Equations Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry and Pre-Calculus I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Unified Geometry to 7th grade through 12th grade students in Memphis, TN from 1997-2007. I have worked as an adjunct faculty member at Southwest Community College teaching Basic Math, Elementary Algebra, and Intermediate Algebra from 2002 to 2004. I also taught Introduction to Foundations I an [more]

I have worked with students in all high school math capacities, from Pre-Algebra to advanced mathematics such as AP Statistics and Calculus. In high school I participated in Mu Alpha Theta math competitions and regularly tutored my peers. I am experienced and capable to aid students, no matter their level of comprehension of the subject. Not only will they understand Algebra, but also gain a potentially newfound appreciation for math! My name is Harvey, and I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Economics. While pursuing a business degree, I felt more and more disconnected with corp [more]

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