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Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

4.89 35 ratings

I am currently an Exceptional Children Math teacher at Southwest High. I have taught children with learning disabilities, attention disorders, and behavior disorders in the general curriculum, and have taught Discrete Math several times. I have access to and am familiar with the Guilford County Discrete math curriculum and support materials. I have been in education for 19 years, both in private and public schools as an administrator and classroom teacher, and tutor. Currently, I am in my 12th year teaching Math I, II, III and Discrete Math to special needs students in a local public High Sch [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$38 per hour.

4.97 112 ratings

I have taught this subject in public and private schools, and have taught it in college. This past academic year I tutored a senior taking Discrete Math at Davidson Day School in Davidson, NC. I kept her busy working examples; if we ran out of assigned examples, then I would make some up. We got along very well; she worked hard; and was exempted from the final exam, because she maintained an A average for the entire year. I have always enjoyed working one-on-one with high school and college students. Students have told me that I am very patient, and explain concepts in a way that they can [more]

My internship through UNCW has placed me in many different classes, including discrete math. It was my first experience with discrete math but I was able to create and teach lesson plans after working with the teacher during planning. After my experience in the two blocks of this course I am now comfortable with discrete math and have many activities and resources for this course. I graduated from UNCW with my B.A. in mathematics. I am using this degree to obtain a position as a high school math teacher. I have been employed by New Hanover County Schools for over three years as well as private [more]

I took discrete math in high school. I got not only an A but the highest grade in the class. Overall it is a very easy class if you know how to approach the problem and I know how to teach someone to approach the problem. Hey, my name is Jesse. I am currently a graduate student at UNCC and have loved to teach others fun and interesting ways to understand math and math based sciences. I am currently attempting to obtain my doctorate in physics, to then become a professor in the field. One of the many reasons I want to be a professor is because I love teaching people new ways to understand [more]

I had training in mathematics throughout graduate school. My qualification for teaching discrete mathematics is based on years of teaching mathematics, authoring courses, and involvement in developing certified mathematics teachers for K-12 and undergraduate schools. While an instructor at Sandhills college I regularly taught discrete mathematics. Others courses which I have taught in high school as a certified North Department of Public Instruction teacher of mathematics: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Advanced Mathematics (honors). Courses which I have taught in community coll [more]

I have taught basic and advanced algebra at a local community college for over 10 years. I taught applied calculus at American University in DC for two semesters. I have taught undergraduate statistics classes at North Carolina A&T both as a PhD student and as an instructor. I completed the PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering in 2009 from NC A&T. My BS and MS were earned from Georgia Tech. I convey to students that not only is math fun but that everything in life involves math in one form or another. I emphasize that math is a process of getting from point A to point B. I stress that und [more]

My educational background is in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education. I have taken all tests to be certified in these areas. I would love the tutoring opportunity to help students improve their grades in basic math. I have been trying to keep working with students in grades second through fifth when tutoring. I have tutored students ages five through eleven years old in reading, math, and language, vocabulary, and phonics. Before starting my tutoring job with WyzAnt, I was a Speech-Language Teacher, with experience tutoring after school hours. I was a Bright Futures Tutor [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

I have taught Discrete Math at the high school that I teach at currently. I had many high scores and all of my students passed the final exam except for one student (one of 50). The course applies mathematical concepts and easy to pick up on. Just many terms that most students have not heard of before. Hello, my name is Tom and I'm a certified high school math teacher. I have taught most available high school math courses and would love to help others be successful in Math. I've taught in New York and then moved to North Carolina to teach mathematics. I love to present material in math in ways [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$55 per hour.

4.8 5 ratings

I graduated from Salem College in 2012 with a B.S. in Mathematics, B.S. in Chemistry, Minor in Psychology, and Minor in Statistics. I have been tutoring for 7 years. I enjoy helping math make sense for people! I graduated from North Carolina School of the Arts in 2008 with a concentration in Ballet. In 2012, I graduated from Salem College with honors. I received a BS in Math, a BS in Chemistry, a minor in Psychology, and a minor in Statistics. I also recently obtained my AAS in Criminal Justice and Latent Evidence. I currently work at Forsyth Technical Community College as a Math, Chemistr [more]

I taught two sections of Honors Discrete Mathematics during the 2016-2017 school year at Weaver Academy for the Performing and Visual Arts and Career and Technical Education in Guilford County Schools. Out of all these students, only one made below a C on the state final exam. Do you get bored with math and feel stumped on tests? I've tutored math for years, and even my students who had been labeled ?slow learners? became some of the best students in their classes. My first calculus student, who had failed her first test, ended up becoming a math teacher! I am currently studying to earn my cr [more]

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