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Algebra 2 is the course where math becomes really abstract, where we start considering ideas like logarithms and imaginary numbers. Historically, some of these concepts met strong resistance from many creative and thoughtful mathematicians because they are very difficult to relate to the real world. I have clear and comprehensible ways of explaining these concepts so that they become easy to retain and apply to real-world problems. I have practical and useful strategies that will help you remember how to solve problems even in high-stress testing situations. I am a certified AZ teacher with [more]

I have taught and tutored in many different subjects in various parts of the world. Having benefited from one-on-one and small group instructions myself, I know the value in meeting each student at their level and working with their strengths to generate a command of the subject matter. I don't believe that anyone is "bad" at math or "bad" at English. We all are capable of understanding anything with personalized, careful instruction. I have extensive experience as a TA, as a tutor in math a... [more]

I have a 25-year background in IT, which has provided me with deep insights in both applied mathematics and sciences as well as experience in explaining new and seemingly complicated subjects to those for whom they are new territories. Having trained varied age groups from teenagers to retirees in anything from the use of smart phones and the Internet at large to programming, I have built a broad knowledge of how to relate information in an understandable fashion. My education includes compl... [more]

I have over 5 years of experience tutoring Algebra 2 and have helped my students go from failing the course to passing with A?s and B?s. Hello! My name is April, and I would love to be your/your student?s tutor! I have always had a passion for teaching and tutoring, having tutored professionally for 5+ years now in a range of math subjects from Pre-Algebra through Pre-Calculus. I began tutoring in high school, helping an Algebra 2 student who was failing his homework assignments and tests to receiving A?s and B?s on his homework and tests, pulling his overall grade to above passing by the end [more]

I have previous tutoring experience in math courses ranging from algebra to calculus. I started as a tutor when I was an undergraduate student at ASU to help out some friends of the family and loved it. From there I continued to work with multiple students through referrals from my former high school teachers. It's a very rewarding feeling to see a person reach understanding of a concept that has been frustrating and difficult. After I graduated with my B.S. in Life Sciences I became a sta... [more]

I have 3 1/2 years experience as a full-time academic tutoring. I am constantly reminded why I love teaching as a private one-on-one academic tutor/teacher. My job allows me to develop and grow as an educator. As I develop and grow, I see the results in my students and their successes. I tutor ages 2-70 across all the major subjects. It makes me smile as I review and teach concepts, all the little Ah-Ha moments I experience as I fill in the gaps in my own knowledge. It inspires me as my depth... [more]

I am a retired Professor of Chemical Engineering with a BS in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University. I have 20 + years of teaching experience at the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and 10+ years of industrial experience of applying mathematics and computers to solve technical problems. Since I have used algebra 2, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations and statistics in my work, I have an insight on how these concepts are useful and can help students to develop their understanding of what ma [more]

I work with students at their level, explaining concepts in the most basic terms necessary. I will use their textbook but I also have an excellent text with explanations and hundreds of problems. I want my students to not only know how, but why. I feel it is necessary for students to think. I am a retired Electrical Engineer with BSEE and AAS degrees. I graduated from DeVry Technical Institute and after working in the Aerospace Industry for a time attended Marquette University for my BSEE. Math was my favorite subject and I obtained straight A's throughout my school years. I am beginning my tu [more]

I primarily tutored college algebra material for a year during my time at Paradise Valley Community College. I've been in advanced math since 6th grade, and as a physics student at ASU, I use algebra 2 material on a daily basis. I graduated from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Physics. I previously got my associates in science at PVCC where I took general chemistry, physics, and math up to differential equations. I worked for over a year tutoring general chemistry, first and second year physics, and math all the way up to calculus. I know how it is to struggle against difficult c [more]

Ok this is redundant, but I have taught this level of math for years As a retired teacher, I enjoy teaching 1:1. Having taught mathematics for over 25 years, I can find unique ways to teach when my students don't understand. I have a firm belief that anyone can achieve any level of mathematics with the right attitude and instruction. I currently teach at the community college part time and I have kept up with the latest approaches to math (Singapore style). I teach hands-on, straight forward, or just about any method that my students like. I'm patient, carin... [more]

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