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Algebra I and II are the foundational building blocks for math and science courses in high school and beyond. I help students to see math problems as workable puzzles and replace the fear with confidence that every puzzle can be fun. Attitude is a key to unlocking the joy of math. As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), I tutor as a hobby because I enjoy helping young people learn to love numbers and am specially trained in SAT math tutoring, which covers all basic math topics and test-taking strategies. Although math is my specialty, I also am certified to tutor SAT Reading and Writing, Latin [more]

Andrew studied the basic and social sciences, searching for answers to some of life's biggest questions, including the role of nutrition in human health, the basis for human decision-making, and how to win in Monopoly. He earned a B.A. in the Biological Sciences at the University of Chicago, graduated from Georgetown University with an M.S. in Physiology and Biophysics, and earned his M.D. from the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. His tutoring career began in 2010 when he signed on ... [more]

Hi, my name is Kelly Greene. I am not just a color. Yes, I have been a respected tutor and certified Educational Therapist in Richmond, VA for over twenty years. I began my education at the College of William and Mary with a B.S. in Psychology. After interning at Eastern State Mental Hospital in the children?s ward, I went on to receive my Master?s degree in Special Education with endorsements in emotional disturbance and learning disabilities. Beginning my career as a Mental Health Technici... [more]

Hello! I have been a high school and middle school teacher for 32 years. Most recently, I taught Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II for 15 years. I taught English 12 for ten years. I have also been a U.S. History teacher and a teacher of Environmental Science. I have done one-on-one and small group tutoring throughout my teaching career. My tutoring techniques are tailored to individual learning styles, but always include building a positive relationship with the student. Throughout my ca... [more]

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I taught in a private high school in PA and then a public high school in VA before I became a stay-at-home mom to my three children. I started tutoring for extra income and liked it so much I never went back to full time teaching. One of my children has learning disabilities and individual attention and tutors were essential to his educational success. That was valuable experience I have been able to apply to students who struggle with learning in the traditional classroom sett... [more]

During my long career in independent college prep schools, my courses included Geometry, Honors PreCalculus, AP Calculus, and College Algebra & Trigonometry. After I retired from the classroom last June (2015) I continued tutoring individuals and enjoy the opportunity to focus on the most rewarding aspect of teaching: helping students achieve their personal goals. After a rewarding teaching career in independent college preparatory schools, I retired in June 2014 to focus on tutoring individuals. Over the years I have enjoyed the opportunity to present graphing calculator workshops at mathemat [more]

I am best in this subject with linear equations, absolute value, factoring, slope intercept form, distance and midpoint formulas. I am a Cum Laude graduate of Virginia State University where my major was Management Information Systems. I have a broad tutoring range from the elementary school level to the college level. My broad college courses have also given me a great knowledge of other fields such as History, English, computer concepts, and Business principles. I would be a great tutor because I help many of my friends with their work and they tell me I would be a great teacher. My patienc [more]

I am qualified to tutor students in Alegbra II because although it has been a few years, I took this class that was meant for high school juniors as a high school freshman in preparation for Advance Placement courses. I have tutored this subject for five years and I approach this subject with the student's assistance, allowing them to show me what they know so I can expand upon that knowledge and help them reach a solution. I am a well-driven, hardworking young woman who loves mathematics in any form and helping others to learn the components of math. I find that the ability to teach comes eas [more]

This is my 5th year of retirement and very much still enjoy math and working with students. I have taught everything from Math 9 to Trig/Analysis. I have been tutoring for almost as long as I have taught. I know how important the one on one contact is. I am very familiar and comfortable with the math content. Also I taught several SOL classes before I retired. ... [more]

Hello, I'm Ian and I'm a currently a junior at James Madison University and am majoring in Mathematics. I am also on the President's List and a member of Pi Mu Epsilon, the Math Honor Society. Throughout college, I've developed strong relationships with my professors which has helped me gain insight on how to teach these subjects. The many teaching styles I have encountered have aided me in shaping my own style for tutoring. One way I help students learn is to make them try and understand why... [more]

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