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I have been teaching math for about 18 years and am a certified Virginia Public School Teacher. I currently work with a few students in SAT math tutoring as well as Algebra 2 and have seen my students make great strides while looking at Algebra from a different perspective. I am excited for the semi-recent move here to SW Virginia, Roanoke and the NRV. I have been a tutor privately for the last 7 years in Northern Virginia in all subjects, as well as SAT and ACT test prep. I am a teaching veteran of 24 years and am looking forward to working with the students in Montgomery Co Public Schools a [more]

I have over 15 years experience teaching and tutoring mathematics. I have taught middle school through college level mathematics. I also have experience teaching SAT/ACT PREP and Study Skills. I earned my Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics from the University of Texas in May 2016. I am eager to teach and love to instill confidence in my students. You WILL see great improvements in your ability to do and understand mathematics if you choose me as your tutor.... [more]

Mechanical Engineering requires extensive use of algebra. I have years of experience successfully tutoring junior high, high school and college students in all possible variations of algebra topics. My degrees are in Mechanical Engineering and Physics. Math, Physics and Engineering are my main areas and I have a solid record of success helping students as a tutor. Most have improved by two grade points. Recently, I earned a doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech and won an award from ASME for my dissertation work. I am patient, easy going and enjoy helping students succee [more]

Nearly 25% of tutoring time to date has been devoted to assisting Salem & Blacksburg High School students in this vital precalculus subject. RU MATH 138 has been a popular client class, too. Picking up where Algebra 1 leaves off, the y=x^2 relation is the starting point for this subject. Learn to "stair-step," "cut in half," and to re-scale systems of equations to "even up" or "cancel." The square, circle, and triangle will form our "template" for all spatial concepts. Students will develop a handy "visual" sense of polynomials, sine waves, and the e^x and ln(x) curves. Algebra 2 overlaps [more]

I have taught and/or tutored Algebra II for over 30 years. It is my favorite math course! Also, my students have had great success on classroom and standardized state tests. I have acquired a skills base of unique methods of having students learn difficult concepts in this course. I am a semi-retired math teacher with over 30 years of teaching experience of all levels of high school math, particularly Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry. I teach part-time at a local community college. In addition to teaching full-time, I have also tutored many different ages and levels of students in this area. [more]

While I was in the army I was my unit's designated Education NCO. That means that I helped soldiers sign up for classes and use their education benefits, as well as helping them prep for entrance exams and CLEP tests. While finishing up my own degree I worked as a tutor in Excel and Accounting. I understand not only how to do the problems, but what the real world implications and applications of Statistics theory is. Showing students why they would need to use the formulas allows them... [more]

I am currently a teacher with Montgomery County Schools. I have over 8 years teaching in the public school system and am new to the Christiansburg area. I love teaching math and used to be a struggling math student myself so I now approach my tutoring with all these things in mind. When students struggle in algebra it is generally because they struggle with the basics. I would patiently review order of operations and integers rules as well as simplifying, multiplying and diving fractions.... [more]

I have two Bachelor degrees in chemistry and math. I also have a year of EPA law and won a real live environmental city law suit where my law professor was working with the plaintiff and I was working with the defendant. I worked as an analytical chemist (which includes a lot of math) for 35 years and am now retired. There are 3 ways to approach all concepts that gets to the exact same conclusion or answer and I start with the one that I like the best. If that doesn't work then I will try ... [more]

I am currently attending East Tennessee State University; I am a junior. I am a Pre-Med student majoring in Biology with a minor in health science. I have tutored younger people since I was a freshman in high school and have helped many students achieve the higher grades they are looking for. For the younger kids, I like to make it fun. I feel that when your mind has something more silly and interesting to grasp, you will ultimately remember it better. I myself am a very visual and hands ... [more]

I adapt my tutoring methods based on needs of the individual child. I decided to get into part time tutoring after having good success with my own 8th and 9th grade daughters. I have worked with them at home to achieve straight A's in a variety of mathematical categories. I am available after 6:00 p.m most week days and weekends on an as-needed basis. You can contact me for further details. I have Bachelors degrees in engineering and accounting. I have a strong background of mathematica... [more]

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