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I taught math and physics at a private school in the Caribbean for 5th-12th graders, including Algebra II. I also have a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an MBA degree. Algebra II is my favorite subject to teach. "A Better Approach to Education" My message is simple: The idea that math is hard is just an illusion. Math isn't difficult to understand, it just has to be presented correctly. Math isn't your problem, it's the way you've been taught to look at it. Once you learn to look at math the right way, you'll be surprised by how quickly you'll go from hating it to having fun. At the end of [more]

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Hi, I'm Donita. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and I taught High School math for 33 years. Math and teaching are my passions. I thoroughly enjoy helping students understand the math concepts in which they struggle. During my teaching career, I offered an after school MathLab for students who needed extra instruction. I love working with students individually or in small groups. My favorite math subjects are Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1&2, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus. I strive... [more]

I have tutored Algebra 2 to many students before. Most of them have shown remarkable improvements in grades. Algebra, being the building block of higher mathematics should be learnt with lot of care. I try my level best to make the student understand the subject. A review of one of my past students: "What I really like about Sushanta is his dedication and an eye for the detail. He is very patient and derives everything from scratch. I was never afraid of asking a question no matter how silly it might be. I never felt so relaxed and comfortable with any other teacher. I wish him all t [more]

I have taught and tutored high school and middle school math since 1976 and taught math at Granite Oaks Middle School up until retiring in June 2016. There are four components to my tutoring: 1. Concepts and Skills: help students understand the concepts behind what they are learning and give them practice on the skills they need to become mathematically fluent. 2. Accuracy, Organization, and Efficiency: help students organize their work and become accurate and efficient problem solvers. ... [more]

I have a B.S. in Biology, am a 5th year PhD student in Microbiology, and have significant experience in math up to and including calculus 1, physics, and chemistry through biochemistry I. I worked at Metropolitan State College's tutoring center for 3 years as a Lead Tutor due to my expertise and positive responses from those I've tutored. I graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver cum laude with a 3.86 gpa and a 4.0 gpa in my major. In my PhD, I have spent 6 quarters TAing for ... [more]

If you are looking to attend a college or university with an advantage, a solid foundation in Algebra 2 (a.k.a. intermediate algebra or Integrated Math 3) is truly a springboard to achieve this. Or if you're in college and struggling with intermediate or advanced algebra, get yourself on track to the top. It is so encouraging to succeed in the mathematics that explains, and even drives, much of our lives. Learn with one of the best: I've been teaching this subject for over 30 years and have taught hundreds of students to appreciate and enjoy this truly eloquent language of science and business [more]

Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus are all core parts of a solid mathematics education. I teach students all the tools they need to be successful and confident in math. This means teaching more than just the core concepts. It also means teaching students the logical process of analyzing, understanding, and thinking through a problem. This, above all else, increases a student's confidence and develops life-long math literacy. I am a mechanical engineering student about to graduate with a math minor. I love to teach and believe that a good tutoring relationship improves t [more]

I have taught college-level math and math-related courses for five years. I have recently tutored Advanced Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Precalculus and AP Calculus in my local area. I also teach mathematics at William Jessup University and was previously Mathematics Professor at Sacramento City College and Mathematics Instructor at California State University Fullerton. During my career in aerospace engineering, I analyzed and solved a wide range of technical problems using fundamental concepts... [more]

First read my Qualifications for Algebra I. Algebra II starts with an extensive review and more rigorous treatment of Algebra I. Then we continue with skill development. There is lots of exercise, but Algebra II gets more 'colorful' and interesting than the basics in Algebra I. Algebra I or Algebra II are where otherwise successful and capable students run astray. Here is where I see a lot of students, for the first time, faced with a subject that requires discipline and investment of time. Over the past five years I've worked with hundreds of students in math and statistics courses. Subjec [more]

I love learning, from the most simple of things to how to make my next meal taste more delicious, to grand things regarding the functioning and inner workings of the universe. I am highly motivated for my own knowledge, and endlessly enthusiastic towards those who likewise desire to obtain knowledge. There is no field of knowledge in which I lack interest, yet my areas of mastery are music and Mandarin Chinese. I have taught in China in a classroom for seven years and individually tutored... [more]

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