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Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 49 ratings

I have a BA in Mathematics Graduating from the College of St. Scholastica with a degree in Mathematics, I have developed a love for numbers as well as a great fulfillment when I am given the opportunity to pass this along to students. Over the past several years I have been given the opportunity to provide private teaching in Mathematics for numerous students from various backgrounds. As a result, I am open and able to teach students of all backgrounds and levels, and am fully experienced in all levels of mathematics... [more]

I excelled in my algebra 2 class. Due to my major at Hamline University, I have been using my algebra 2 skills on a regular basis and feel well versed. I also have a well rounded understanding of learning styles and can create the best learning environment for your student. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing a student who has struggled with a concept to finally have their "ah-ha" moment. You can see the student's eyes light up with excitement and pride in themselves and you can feel their confidence in their ability grow. This is one of the small moments that starts to counteract the [more]

I find that students have a wide range of needs and learning styles. Some students just need a little extra boost to get them through a tough spot in a class. Some students need someone to sit with them while doing homework to keep them on track. Some students need coaching on how to even approach the study Math or Physics. Some students learn better by having concepts explained clearly. Some students learn better if they are asked a series of leading questions, so that they find the answers ... [more]

Hi, I'm Bjorn, a recent PhD in mathematics. I have extensive (5+ years) experience tutoring in both mathematics and physics at the high school and university levels. Unlike most tutors, I only take on students in subjects that are closely related to my areas of academic specialization and experience. I hold a PhD in mathematics. I also hold a Bachelor's degree in mathematics. I have taught both at the university level in large undergraduate lectures and tutored students 1 on 1. Through this... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$65 per hour.

4.99 581 ratings

I have helped students to succeed in high school Algebra (levels 1, 2, and 3) and college level advanced courses. I also have experience working with adults who need to pass a pre-requisite course or test for their graduate programs in nursing, veterinary sciences, and other fields. I look forward to helping you meet your goals! Helping students reach new levels of success is my passion! I adjust my support to fit each student's individual goals and learning style. I have a B.A. from Smith College and have completed several graduate courses in education (including assessment and intervention). [more]

I taught AP & IB Physics for six years in the late 90's, with exceptional success for my students on all AP and IB exams. I've also taught regular physics (as opposed to college prep). And I taught Algebra 1 through Calculus in rural Louisiana through the Teach For America program before I got licensed to teach physics. These and other teaching jobs involved quite a bit of one-on-one work with students. Even though I was known for guiding my students to good results on the AP and IB physic... [more]

I have current certification in secondary mathematics, grades 6-12 and special education. I taught Algebra II classes in a private school for 7 years. I have 10 years experience tutoring Algebra 2. I love tutoring the Algebra series, as I have many different approaches, and enjoy seeing the "light bulb go off" when a student begins to understand. Hi! I moved to Minneapolis from South Florida 4 years ago, where I have certification in Secondary Math, grades 6-12, and Special Education. I have taught in the public schools for 7 years, private/homeschool for 10, and online with Florida Virtua [more]

Algebra is a subject that is continually used throughout mathematics. It is generally the final step in solving more complex problems in upper level mathematics. This is why the material stays fresh in people?s minds. Throughout calculus, engineering courses, and most physics courses the problems dealt with reorganizing the information, or substituting relevant, equaling, information before using the final steps of algebra to solve it. So though I haven?t had Algebra II since I was sixteen, the materials taught have been used thoroughly since I learned it. Also with the additive of having Lin [more]

Many students who did fine in Algebra 1 hit a wall in Algebra 2. Algebra 2 requires a robust understanding of difficult concepts like fractions, exponents and variables. In Algebra 1, you can do well by learning a few rules by rote. In Algebra 2, you either have to come to grips with the concepts, or learn way more rules--and when the rules you already know just won't work. I will work with you to help you remember those rules, but not even mathematicians remember all the rules all the time. The good news is that there's always more than one way to tackle a problem, and I can teach you strat [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$80 per hour.

4.92 40 ratings

Almost 20 years of experience teaching and tutoring mathematics (US & Singapore mathematics curriculum) and other subjects. I taught at an IB world school in Jakarta, Indonesia and had several IB and Singapore mathematics curriculum training. I hold Minnesota teaching license for 5-12 Secondary Mathematics. Currently I am a graduate student at Augsburg College pursuing my Masters of Education degree. My philosophy is every student can learn. My passion is to help students to lessen and/or el... [more]

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