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I am currently teaching Algebra 2 at Butler community college in Kansas, but are on winter break. My name is Katrina. I have taught high school math in Wichita school system for 7 years in the past. I loved helping students during and after school. I also enjoyed going to all their sporting events to see their talents outside the classroom. I enjoy helping students with any type of math. I can be formal and make up lessons, but I would rather be the tutor that helps the student understand their assignments, and study for a test. I enjoy helping all ages of students, K-12 and the occ... [more]

I have a B.ENG. in Mechanical Engineering and an MSc in Sustainable Energy, from the University of Nigeria and the University of Glasgow, respectively. I am currently a PhD student at Wichita State University, Kansas. I have a passion for teaching the younger ones who are struggling to understand Mathematics and basic sciences. I do not have a constructed or rigid teaching method. My method of teaching depends on the students that I teach. I try as much as possible to adopt the perfect met... [more]

I am currently a middle school science and math teacher in the Andover area. I love teaching! One of my favorite things about teaching is helping students one on one who are struggling in certain areas. Though math and science were always easy subjects for me to understand, I know that is not always the case for everyone, and I love helping others over come their struggles in these areas. Currently I teaching science in middle school, but I have taught math for many years in middle sc... [more]

After graduating high school I continued my education at Emporia State University. While attending Emporia State, I played 4 years of varsity tennis and later graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Education. Even though Education was not my first choice to major in, I immediately fell in love with it and realized how much potential I had as an educator. I absolutely love to educate others and make my pupils realize their own potential within themselves. I specialize in mathematics, spe... [more]

My undergraduate degree is in Administration of Justice and my graduate degree is a Master of Business Administration both from Wichita State University. My primary tutoring interests are in the disciplines of algebra and trigonometry. I have taught all levels of algebra at the college level at both Wichita State University and Butler Community College. But I also like to work with younger children as well to help them build a strong math foundation. As an engineering student I took cours... [more]

I am a current high school teacher. I have, however, taught at almost every grade level, every ability levels, and a variety of subject areas. I am in my 12th year of teaching, and have a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction. I am also Highly Qualified in both reading and math at the K-9 levels. I have also taught in both public and private education, and feel that I have a very diverse skill set in working with each child on their level. I am comfortable in a very hands-on approach, in ... [more]

Algebra is easy once you understand it! I love tutoring students in Algebra because often it is a combination of learning the fundamentals and low confidence that leads to poor outcomes. When I tutor in Algebra, I seek to ensure that each student truly understands the concepts and I encourage them in their ability to not only pass Algebra 2, but to exceed expectations. Hi, I'm Caleb! I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Washburn University. Before that, I graduated from Summa Cum Laude from Cowley Community College with my Associates degree. Additionally, I recently [more]

I have five years of experience tutoring algebra to students of all ages. In fact, I do algebra competitively. I won first place at University of Arkansas Algebra regional final, and I use algebra on an everyday basis for my job as a medical technician. I love what I do. I swim on my own as well as with the U.S.A. swim team. I have just graduated from Westminster with a major in chemistry, and am now working with the National Geographic educational program, Animal Jam. I am a beekeeper, and my principle role at Animal Jam is to present on camera to produce educational videos about animals, pri [more]

I am presently completing a Master of Arts degree in Economics at Wichita State University and will be graduating in May 2008. For the past seven years I have been tutoring disadvantaged college students in subjects such as Math, Algebra, Business Calculus, Statistics, Economics, to name a few. I have helped many students achieve academic success over the years and want to continue in this vein in the future. ... [more]

Because Algebra II requires a good understanding and confident application of Algebra I skill sets, it is very helpful to review Algebra I prior to studying Algebra II. Algebra II is a challenging continuation of Algebra I, with the factoring of quadratics advancing to include factoring of cubic equations; also, introducing the concept of logarithms, with both common and natural logs; solving of linear equations, using the matrix and Cramer's Rule, and presenting arithmetic / geometric series, to list some of the more advanced topics of Algebra II. However, it is all very manageable with a da [more]

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