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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 took Honors Algebra 1 and 2 in high school and passed both with over 100. I took College Algebra and passed with an A. Hello, my name is Brendan and I have always had a passion for teaching and tutoring. I grew up in Los Angeles, but I've lived in Lakeland, Tennessee for most of my life. Throughout my time at Arlington High School, I always took Honors and AP courses whenever possible, so I graduated in 2010 with a 4.0 gpa (Highest Possible) and an Honors Degree. I graduated in 2014, and part of the Dean's List, from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelors Degree in Aerospace Tec [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]

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]

It is ideal to have a good foundation in Algebra 1 in order to succeed in Algebra 2. When this is not the case. I still can help a student achieve success in Algebra 2. We will us a 'learn it as you encounter it' approach as well as remediation (in regards to Algebra 1). Algebra 2 is a big step as this course sets a student up to succeed in upper level math courses. If given the opportunity to be your tutor my ultimate goal will be to help you see how understandable math really is. I will maximize the use of all technology available to achieve this goal. I will diligently work to ensure [more]

Frankly speaking, I am a firm believer that the value of logic is key in understanding mathematics. Often times, I learned first hand how seeing the bigger picture makes all the difference in mastering this subject. From high school throughout my college years, I've tutored countless students on this visionary process of conquering mathematics. By this, I used my talents to help as many people as I can to understand the fundamentals of mathematics through careful reasoning, encouragement, an... [more]

Hello. I'm Ron. After reading my profile, I hope that you'll gain a better sense of who I am and if my background and tutoring qualifications can meet your learning needs. Here's a confession: my career path to becoming a mathematics tutor is somewhat unusual. Although I've earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Bradley University and a Master of Science degree in Audiology from Purdue University, I took Statistics, Trigonometry and Calculus courses as electiv... [more]

I have been teaching SPED as a resource teacher and loving all the time I have devoted to this profession. I am currently teaching a resource class where students get help in math and reading. I have taught middle school and high school too. I started teaching in 1984 and taught for the city, private sector, and Shelby County. I received my master's in guidance counseling where I worked at Woodland Presbyterian School and also served at Campus School located at the Univ. of Memphis. I enjoy w... [more]

While working as an engineer for NASA at the Marshall Space Flight Center, I had the opportunity to see how Algebra is the foundation of all sciences. I impress this upon my students. I also encourage my students to see the connection between money and Algebra, since they are interrelated. I am an enthusiastic educator with over 20 years of experience. l have worked as a classroom teacher, a resource teacher, an educational consultant, and a tutor. My professional background includes teaching in all core subjects with particular expertise in special education, study skills, logic, Algebra, [more]

I have taught algebra II and college algebra to high school students and to students at a community college. I hold a Masters in Mathematics from Arkansas State University and a Masters in Statistics from Kansas State University. I have over 15 combined years of applying statistics to academic medicine at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and to toxicology data at the National Center for Toxicological Research. While a graduate teaching assistant at Kansas State University I taught Biometrics I, Statistics for the Social Sciences, and Business and Economic Statistics I and II. [more]

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