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I am a certified secondary math teacher qualified to teach any math from elementary school through calculus. I had the opportunity to work with an AP Calculus class while student teaching at Roy High School in Utah. I think Calculus is my favorite math class because it is amazing to me the kind of things that calculus can tell you. One of my favorite things to do is to help students get that "Ah, ha!" moment. My first tutoring job helped me decide to pursue teaching as my career. I believe that everyone can learn and it is my job, as a teacher, to find the way the student learns best. The [more]

I studied Economics and Linguistics at the University of Oregon graduate school. I enjoy teaching students and have been tutoring for the last six years. I have taught SAT math, precalculus and calculus to local high school (South Eugene, Sheldon, Churchill and Marist) students, and have taught algebra I & II to local middle school students. For English, I have taught both ESL and regular Language and Art class students as well as SAT writing and Reading comprehension. I am a patien... [more]

I've been a tutor for three years. I got my start tutoring at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, OR, where I worked in the tutoring center helping students with math, physics, chemistry, and writing. During my time at Chemeketa, I took a series of extra classes for tutors, overseen by the Chemeketa Tutoring Department and the College Learning and Reading Association, that certified me as a Master Tutor. I transferred from Chemeketa after getting my AA and attended UC Berkeley with a major ... [more]

Originally from England, I graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Mathematics. As a tutor I enjoy meeting students of all backgrounds and abilities, thinking through problems together and making progress in understanding the concepts behind the questions. I personally find math fascinating and beautiful, and I love sitting down with a student to help him or her to explore areas that they had not previously encountered or understood. My belief is that when a student understands (... [more]

Calculus, or the mathematics of infinitesimals, covers a variety of topics, and methods of teaching it vary widely. A good calculus will always explain the definition of the derivative, rules of differentiation (chain rule, product rule, quotient, etc.), uses of the derivative (identifying extrema, increase/decrease, concavity of points on functions), the anti-derivative and basic rules of integration, and methods to integrate more complex functions (integration by parts, trig- and u-substitutions, partial fractions, etc.). Related topics such as limits and series functions also are usually [more]

I can also tutor algebra and calculus. Physics major with a minor in Mathematics. Perfect score in the Chemistry SAT. Graduate from UCLA. Husband and father to 3 children. Many years experience in information technology, software programming and algorithm development, in addition to management and supervision. Tutored my own children in math, chemistry, physics, computers and computer programming. Patient and able to explain difficult subjects in simple-to-understand terms and examples.... [more]

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