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I am a 2015 JD from the University of Texas and received my BA in History from Rice in 2010. I have nearly seven years of tutoring experience, four of which have been as a full-time profession. No two students are the same, and figuring out how to work with young minds to teach them how to reach their own potential drives me to get back into the tutoring business full time. I get results because I know how to adjust to the student and to work with him or her. Half of tutoring comes in the pr... [more]

I have been tutoring privately for over ten years. I have been employed as a tutor for math, science, and English at high schools in San Antonio and Taft, Texas. I have also tutored math and science for two universities in San Antonio, and taught several biology and environmental science lab courses at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi. I have a degree in biology with a math minor and am currently working on a masters degree in environmental science. I have been tutoring math priva... [more]

I have taken classes, tutored, and taught courses that include principles and problems covered in Algebra 2, and used these calculations during my research. My most recent experience includes tutoring a student working to pass the GED and another student taking college math, which covers Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and some geometry concepts. I am adept at identifying where students get "hung up"- is it the concept, reasoning, or the calculations that tend to be the root cause of confusion. I then adapt the tutoring sessions to help resolve that confusion using their particular learning style (e. [more]

Most of what is taught in this course has application in science - lot of functions, graphing, and polynomial equations. I use this math all the time with my chemistry students. This makes me especially good at the word problems you find in Algebra II. My whole approach to teaching can be summed up by a quote from Albert Einstein: "Imagination is More Important than Knowledge." I teach for long-term retention of concepts - not short term retention of facts. In today's connected world, the facts are at our fingertips. It's what we know how to do with those facts that matters! My tutoring sessio [more]

I have taught Algebra II using a variety of curriculum materials and instructional strategies. My classroom experience has been with both traditional and accelerated or Pre-AP Algebra II. I have experience with students ranging from those who learn at a rapid pace to those who need extra time to master the concepts and skills. I love math and helping students understand and apply what they are learning. I taught high school and college mathematics for more than 30 years and have tutored students individually throughout that time. I work to understand at the student's level and then assist [more]

I have two years of teaching experience in Algebra 2. It is a challenge for many students to master it. I always tell my students, that, "Algebra 2 is like walking through a mine field; in order for you to make it to the other side, you must follow the footsteps of the someone who made it." I can help you get to the other side and we can celebrate our success together! Even if you don't like Algebra, but need to succeed in math to meet your educational goals, I've developed a systematic approach to learning and mastering this subject. [more]

I got my algebra II teacher's recommendation. Algebra has always been piece of cake for me. Try me and it may become a piece of cake for you. My teaching motto: There are no stupid questions. You can achieve anything you set your mind to. Practice makes perfect. About me: My first tutoring job was offered by my counselor when I graduated from high school. I worked as a tutor at a community college, where I was tutoring my fellow classmates and students with chemistry (General Chemistry I & II, Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry I & II and Inorganic chemistry I & II) as well as mathema [more]

I hold a PhD in Physics and a Master's in Aerospace Engineering, which means among other things that I have to know Algebra 2 cold. More importantly, I also have a demonstrated outstanding ability to teach and tutor Algebra 2 and other math and physics. I'm currently an adjunct professor at San Jacinto College, where I continue to add to my extensive experience working with students at all levels. Learning math and physics can be fun and easy and it is my passion to make it so for students. I have a PhD in physics and a Master's in Aerospace Engineering and I'm an experienced Math and Physics [more]

Education is important in the development of a child. Mathematics especially helps the student to critically think and work out steps to solve real life word problems. To truly understand mathematics, you can't just memorize formulas or equations. My name is Jimmy Garza, and I have more than 9 years in tutoring experience. I can tutor in any math subject K-12 and even in Chemistry. I have worked with home-schooled students on some of these subjects. Being a younger tutor, I certainly can rela... [more]

I studied Algebra to an advanced level in college. I have a lot of experience with numbers and I aim to bequeath my wards with the confidence to tackle Algebra problems. Certain subjects - Mathematics, English and Essay-writing have always come more natural to me than other subjects. And, over the years, I have honed my passion for educating through various teaching stints. I started off with teaching high school kids in my spare time, then helping out my peers when I was in college, before becoming a consultant at a GRE/SAT Prep institution and then blossoming into full-time safety trainer in [more]

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