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Math and physics are both complex subjects that are built upon many years of scientists and mathematicians struggling with ideas. And in school, students are asked to tackle the same problems that faced Isaac Newton, Einstein, and others. They're not easy subjects and don't come easily to many people. In fact, they require many hours of practice and thought even for the people that are 'good' at them. And you may very well feel like it doesn't come naturally to you. Often the material in... [more]

I'm a Cabrillo College math instructor who has tutored algebra 2 for many years. I am a graduate student in Statistics at San Jose State University, and am currently an adjunct math instructor at Cabrillo College. I have extensive experience tutoring math ranging from from high school pre-algebra, all the way through junior college level differential equations; as well as experience tutoring economics, computer science, and physics. I specialize in statistics and calculus.... [more]

I have a secondary mathematics credential, a BA in math, and two master's degrees in Educational Technology and Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. I have taught high school and community college math for 30 years. I am a credentialed mathematics teacher. I have taught high school and community college subjects in math for thirty years. My bachelor's degree and two years of graduate work are in mathematics and statistics from University of California in Berkeley. I have a master's degree in educational technology from Peperdine University. I, also, have a master's degree in Educational [more]

Algebra 2 is a little challenging, but it can be very useful for classes such as physics, higher level math classes, and many more science based classes. I am a(n) Physics/AP Physics teacher with four years of high school teaching experience in Los Angeles County and a valid California teaching credential. I have recently decided to take time away from a full time teaching position to be a stay at home mother. In addition to Physics, I have trained experience teaching AVID, a class which includes an emphasis on improving study and organizational skills, improved note-taking, and integrating [more]

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I have been passionate about teaching since I was first asked to tutor a fellow kindergartner in counting and math skills. I love to show people how things work, breaking down work into simple steps, while guiding them to utilize such processes and critical thinking in applying acquired knowledge to new problems and concepts. My work with youth programs since 2008 and experience in tutoring, along with my studies as a psychology major (Psychology Bachelor of Arts, UCSC), have given me val... [more]

I am currently an undergrad at the University of California in the process of obtaining my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. I currently hold a 3.8 GPA for my college career. I graduated from high school with an Advanced Regents Diploma from the state of New York. In 2016 I was accepted into Phi Beta Kappa high honor society up. I've consistently made Dean's List through my college career. Currently, I host study sessions with fellow students regularly where I help instill con... [more]

I am a Ph.D. holder in the materials physics and chemistry. I have learned and taught various mathematic subjects for one decade. Algebra 2 is one of them. Students can improve their academic performance and be much more self-confident in the class. I am very familiar with these math topics. I also adopt them in my researches in material physics, mostly in the advanced mathematical level. I will hold the California high school math teaching certification soon. My teaching philosophy Your test performance and academic success are my highest concern! It is my mission to help you steadily, confid [more]

Over the last 7 years I have tutored various subjects to a wide array of individuals. Each settings has been different and has provided me the opportunity for me to grow as a teacher. In reverse chronology, I recently TA'd an Environmental Virology course at UC Santa Cruz, in which I lead a group of 16 students in isolating novel bacterial viruses. Prior to this I was an AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) tutor for middle and high school children in the Pacific Grove School Distr... [more]

I am a professional math and science tutor. I can travel to a student?s home, or you can come to my home office, or I can meet you at your preferred location. Math subjects that I tutor include: pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, pre-Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. Science subjects that I tutor: Junior High Science, High School Physics and Chemistry, Lower Division College Physics About me: I have a BS in Mechanical ... [more]

I have extensive experience as a tutor and teacher. I prefer tutoring because I find that it works better for focusing on the needs of the student. Nevertheless, I recently worked as a secondary school teacher for a local high school district. The knowledge I acquired in my fields required years of intense studies. I learn and tutor concepts and fundamentals, not quick memorization or speedy solutions. This approach will give you a solid base in the subjects that you want to learn, as oppose... [more]

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