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I am a college graduate who was an RN for 17 years. During that time, I home schooled my three boys for eight years, and just completed being my youngest son's learning coach for online school from 2011 to 2013. I have taught science, math, algebra, history, spelling, language, phonics geometry, math analysis, and many other classes. I have also taken the NCLEX in the past. I was also in the military and scored very well on the ASVAB test. I have taken many college level classes in anatom... [more]

In Algebra 2, a student takes the introductory concepts learned in Algebra 1 and applies them to more complex graphical and analytical problems, often with applications to real life. I have helped over one hundred students take their Algebra 1 skills to the next level, and would be happy to help you on your way! I am a mathematician and scientist through and through! I received B.S. degrees in mathematics and atmospheric science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I continued my schooling and received a M.S. degree from the University of Oklahoma, doing research on the environments in [more]

I am an experienced math tutor and have taught middle school math for the past 4 years. I attended the University of Oklahoma and received a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with distinctions. I have tutored math for the past 6 years, from kindergarten through College Algebra. I am passionate about helping students understand math. Not just memorizing steps and procedures, but truly understanding math. I strongly believe in teaching students the "why" behind the concepts so they ca... [more]

High schools usually offer this course after Geometry and call it Algebra II or Advanced Algebra. Colleges call it College Algebra. *The best way to make this subject easy and enjoyable is to master algebra 1 first.* In algebra 1, you learn that the graph of y = x^2 looks like a U (a parabola); in algebra 2, you learn how to move that parabola up and down, how to shift it left and right, how to stretch or compress it, and maybe even how to rotate it. In algebra 1, you learn how to solve for x in an equation; in algebra 2, you learn how to solve for both x and y in systems of two equations. [more]

Algebra is a subject that I have a large familiarity with, for I have upwards of 3 years of experience tutoring the subject. Since I have a bachelor's degree in math, I have a strong grasp and understanding of all of the topics in algebra. The topic of algebra is so pervasive in the rest of mathematics, and so I try and help students understand the fundamentals of this subject. This fundamental understanding will lead to increased confidence and ability in algebra. As far as my educational background is concerned, I recently graduated with bachelor?s degrees in both mathematics and physics fro [more]

I earned my BS in Meteorology from OU with minors in Mathematics and Hydrology in 2009, my MS from OU in Meteorology in 2012, and I am currently a PhD Candidate in Meteorology at OU. I also have 3 years of experience teaching elementary and advanced Meteorology Laboratory classes at OU. In my time teaching, I truly enjoy the joy that I see in students when they finally solve a problem or reach a goal that they've been working very hard to solve or achieve, and I truly relish the opportuni... [more]

Starting from elementary school, I have always been successful at mathematics and won so many math competitions in my home country. My mathematic professor directed me to get higher education at mathematics and I gained a nationwide scholarship to get my PHD education at U.S. For that reason, I choose my carrier at Mathematics. Currently, I am earning a PhD at the University of Oklahoma. I have been teaching different level of mathematics more than 8 years. I really like to work togethe... [more]

Hello, my name is Stephen! I am a student at the University of Tulsa studying Mathematics and Economics. I have experience as a tutor and would love to help you out with any subject from elementary math to algebra to calculus (and anything in between). My hours are generally flexible I am more than willing to travel to meet with you. I am very patient and easy-going, and I am willing to adjust my tutoring methods based on what works best for you. As a tutor, I strive to make math both easier ... [more]

I'm a physics graduate and current student at Oklahoma State University earning my bachelor's degree in mathematics. I've had many great teachers in my time at OSU and they've shown me that the only way to learn something is to start with a strong foundation in the subject and employ good problem solving skills. Just memorizing formulas and equations is an excellent way to fail an exam. I know, because I've been there too. As a tutor I will try to prepare my students with all the knowledg... [more]

I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics as a member of the Commonwealth Honors College. While at school, I tutored college students with learning disabilities in math. I love tutoring because I think that is important to help students be able to be more confident in there abilities. I think small goal setting is the best way to achieve this. I always thought that I wanted to be a classroom teacher, but I realized that I like to w... [more]

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