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I have taught 4 plus years of Algebra 2 in public and private high schools. Plus I have tutored for the past year. I am a chemical engineer by profession and education. The last ten years of my career were as the president of a chemical corporation. I retired early and became involved in education. I have taught four plus years of all levels of high school mathematics-Algebra I and II, Geometry, Mathematical Functions, Precalculus, and Calculus. Now that I no longer teach, I have become involved in tutoring. My schedule is quite flexible. Mathematics has been a joy and passion of mine. I coul [more]

I have a deep understanding of the Common Core standards students must master to be successful in Math III and other required high school math courses. I taught secondary (HS) mathematics for 24 years in New Hanover and Brunswick Counties. I have tutored calculus, but I spend most of my time tutoring statistics and precalculus students who attend UNC-Wilmington, Cape Fear Community College and local high schools. I also worked as a lead tutor in the Learning Lab of Cape Fear Community College from 2000 - 2011. Currently, I am working full time as a Digital Learning & Teaching Facilitator in [more]

My name is Fallon, and I graduated from Clemson University with a degree in Secondary Education and Mathematics. I can tutor all subjects from basic math to Calculus 4. I also have experience tutoring for the ASTB. I use my teaching skills I learned in college and incorporate them when I tutor. Also, I try to connect all skills to real-life uses to help students better understand what they are learning. I like to use visuals when possible, and I find it helpful to use steps to better... [more]

There is joy in learning. We can find it, no matter what the assignment, subject or situation. Learning is simple. We learn when we want to learn and don't learn a thing if it isn't interesting, exciting, fun, and relevant. Learning happens fast, insanely fast...WHEN IT MATTERS. The brain is always learning. Learning does not require coercion. Learning must be meaningful. Learning is incidental. Learning is collaborative. The consequences of worthwhile learning are obvious. Learning... [more]

I have 18 years of teaching experience at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. I was also a private tutor for 2 years for a family in California. I've taught all elementary ed subjects, special education Math and Language, Middle school Math, Science, and Social Studies, and High School Math. I've also been coaching high school sports for over 20 years. I'm currently working as a Mortgage Loan Officer. I have many years of experience and am qualified for all Algebra, eleme... [more]

I'm a sophomore at UNCW, studying elementary education and I hope to be a school teacher one day! I love teaching and I have plenty of experience working with students of all ages, ranging from pre-kindergarten to high school seniors. My best subject area is math, but I excelled in many others and am a quick learner if needed. I have taken algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, pre-calculus, and calculus. I am very passionate about teaching so I guarantee I will go above and beyond to not on... [more]

My name is Emily and I am currently a graduate student at the University of Miami. I obtained an undergraduate bachelor of science degree in chemistry and graduated Summa Cum Laude at East Carolina University. I started tutoring when I was in high school and have continued it throughout my college career. At ECU, I tutored general chemistry for three years at my university's accredited tutoring center. I also co-taught a general chemistry lab for four semesters, so I am very experienced when ... [more]

I graduated from Duke in 2015 with a double major in Mathematics and English, and I'm currently back living in Wilmington while taking a semester away from law school at UNC-Chapel Hill. My tutoring experience began in earnest during my sophomore year of college when I began working part-time tutoring students enrolled in Calculus 1, 2, and 3. Over the course of those first three years I developed a tutoring philosophy that focuses on meeting students where they are, and then building them ... [more]

I have tutored a number of students in this subject including spending several months tutoring two public high school students in Math 2. In addition I have worked as a volunteer at a community college tutoring young adults in math subjects related to second year algebra. I was lucky enough to make straight A's in math while in college but making an A in math was not always the case for me. I had a very difficult math teacher in High School that simply did not give enough time to take a test to get all the answers right. Do you run out of time taking a test? I found out that getting with ot [more]

I have been a student (I have 4 degrees in mechanical engineering, 3 of them advanced.) and a teacher (I have been full time faculty, visiting professor, adjoint and online faculty.) for a very long time. My teaching style and philosophy have developed and matured based on these experiences. When I teach, I try to emulate my best teachers, and I also share with my students the ways in which I understood and sometimes discovered concepts. I believe that understanding the fundamental princ... [more]

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