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I have over 20 years as a private tutor in math, physics, and astronomy, from the grade-school to college level. I have a B.S. in Physics from Syracuse University. I have tutored high school and college students in math and physics at KU, UMKC, JCCC, area community colleges and private high schools, and throughout the Johnson and Jackson County school districts, volunteered as a math tutor for GED students in downtown KC, worked as a paraprofessional at Mission Valley Middle School in Leaw... [more]

I teach the following concepts for College Algebra: Concept of a Function Linear Function and Applications Quadratic Functions More Quadratic Functions and Applications Transforming of Some Basic Curves Combining Functions Direct and Inverse Variations Polynomial and Rational Functions Synthetic Division Remainder and Factor Theorems Polynomial Equations Graphing Polynomial Functions Graphing Rational Functions Exponential and Logarithmic Functions Exponents and Exponential Functions Applications of Exponential Functions Inverse Functions Logarithms Logarithmic Functions Exponential Equati [more]

I have over 6 years of teaching and tutoring experience. I am currently a high school math teacher. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Probability and Statistics. I love working individually with students to help them develop an understanding and confidence in math. Along with my teaching experience I have a Bachelors and Masters in Mathematics. I have also received training in ACT math practice strategies. I know that math does not come easy to everyone but it is my fi... [more]

I have always focused on teaching the concept and ensure that my students grasp the basic concept, including Algebra 2. I analyze the students skill level and adapt to that. My teaching style varies from student to student. I have over 30 years of experience teaching mathematics at a commumity college level. I retired as a principal of the college four years ago. My areas of expertise are in algebra, calculus, geometry, trig etc. Prior to being the principal, I was the head for the mathematics department for 10 years. I consider my students success as my personal success. I take the pro [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.94 1189 ratings

Throughout my academic studies, I have applied principles of algebra such as solving equations, graphing functions, and simplifying expressions. Much of my success in classes like calculus, physical chemistry, and combinatorial mathematics is due to mastery of the algebra skills I learned in high school. When I help with algebra,I pass on the problem solving skills and strategies that have proven invaluable to me. I am an experienced tutor able to help with high school and college math and chemistry. My credentials include a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Kansas and extensive course [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.94 1010 ratings

I am an experienced math teacher. I am a college instructor with 20+ years of teaching experience. My passion is for helping individuals realize their goals in life. I will help you to create a customized study plan, and work with you until you achieve the success you desire. My background is in physics, math, and computer science. I also have extensive experience in the use, and programming of Microsoft Office products. Working together, success will be achieved. I am currently enrolling students in full-course programming ... [more]

I am currently a math teacher at Olathe West High School. I completed my applied mathematics degree from UCLA and my master's degree in education from Fort Hays State University. I am also a math adjunct for business and quantitative math. I have been tutoring math for 20 years from middle school through upper division math courses.... [more]

I earned a Master's Degree in Physics in 2008 and Ph.D. degree in experimental nuclear physics in 2012. I think everybody can learn Physics and Math and these are interesting subjects. In most cases these subjects are made difficult because of the persons teaching it. I enjoy teaching physics and math for mainly two reasons: first, students can assess their physics/math knowledge through problem solving and critical thinking, and second, physics/math provides students the opportunity to ... [more]

I have a Ph.D in Physics, I am tutoring physics since 2011, I moved from North Dakota where I used to work and study to Kansas City where I am working now. Most of my tutoring experience was in North Dakota where I used to tutor students with different levels, college and high school levels until I received my Ph.D and left to Kansas City. I am working now as a senior physics tutor in Jonson County Community College (Science Resources Center ) where I am providing one-on-one, small group in... [more]

Teaching in many levels and in many forms has always been a part of my life. As a graduate student, I taught general chemistry and analytical chemistry. While serving the U.S. Army, I taught basic math to enlisted men and nuclear physics topics to officers. I also taught chemistry as an adjunct professor at a near-by community college. After the service I spent seven years on the faculty of a small liberal arts college teaching general chemistry and analytical chemistry. As a member of m... [more]

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