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I have been working with high school students improving their math skills since 2009. I excel at simplifying your math challenges with easy to remember tools that you will find you can use over and over again, even as your math problems become more complex. I enjoy teaching and especially enjoy seeing you succeed. For some students, math classes can move through the material very fast. Don't let your student feel left behind in class! If your student needs a little more time to really understand their math lesson, then I would love to help. As a Mom, I have worked with children K1-12 to un [more]

My name is Andrew. I am a 21 year old college student studying for my associate degree at Spokane Falls Community College. When I transfer to a four year college, my major will be biology and psychology. I enjoy volunteering and service leadership oriented activities. I am especially fond of meeting and connecting with people from other countries. I have been involved with the the international club at SFCC for the last three years, and have formed many meaningful friendships with people from... [more]

Understanding mathematical concepts promotes creativity in solving mathematical problems. Anyone who understands math can correctly work the problems at the level of their understanding; however, it is possible to do math, even advanced math and especially with a calculator, and yet not understand any of it. Understanding offers alternatives to problem solving, and insight into the problem itself, especially when applied to physics. Confidence also is concomitant with understanding. Whe... [more]

I have been tutoring for over ten years, and hold a BA from The University of Washington. I graduated with a 3.91 grade point average from high school, and I have a passion for teaching. I approach the student with listening, care and patience. I hold a B.A. in Chemistry from The University of Washington and have been tutoring for over twenty years. I find many students need the one on one tutoring that they do not always receive in school. Learning comes about from the connection between student and teacher. I teach math, algebra, trigonometry, statistics, SAT & GED preparation, and chemistry [more]

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