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For the past 17 years, with great success and satisfaction, I taught all subjects to high school students at a small, non-traditional private school in Denver. In addition, afternoon and evening hours were spent working individually with students of all types in credit accrual, subject tutoring, and test preparation. I teach Math including Algebra, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus; All science except advanced Physics; any history, and test preparation for college entrance exams or GED, includi... [more]

I have always loved problem solving and have used math and geometry since I has an outstanding geometry teach in 8th grade. It is amazing how much my geometry knowledge has been useful in a long and rewarding career in software engineering. I am now helping my own kids learn how geometry can be applied to real work problems. It is a real pleasure to see the "light bulb" go off when they finally realize how to understand and solve what was just recently an incomprehensible squiggle of lines and formulas. [more]

Hello potential students! First off, if you are having trouble in math class know that you are not alone, and that it's never too late to improve your understanding! I specialize in finding the right way to explain things to my students. I've been tutoring for about 8 years now, and in my experience I've found all different sorts of approaches that I'd love to share with you. My own mathematics background started early in school- I've always had a knack for it, and I've kept with it. I have... [more]

I'm currently enrolled in my third year as an architectural engineering major at the University of Colorado. I have a strong background of knowledge in several areas of math and science as well as a few computer programs. I have had about a year of teaching experience; during high school I was an English as a second language teacher for underprivileged kids in the slums of Rio de Janeiro. I've taken higher level IB math in high school which included trigonometry, statistics, pre-calculus, ca... [more]

Hi! I have a lot of experience when it comes to teaching math and chemistry. To begin, I taught recitation and labs for General Chemistry I, Organic Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry through the University of Colorado at Boulder during the years of 2009-2014. Afterwards, I accepted a one-year teaching position through Americorps teaching high school experiential-based learning in math, science, and physical education. After my fellowship ended, I taught two semesters of Introductory Chemistr... [more]

Hi I?m Grace! I am currently an honors student at the University of Colorado Boulder earning my Bachelor?s degree in Quantitative Finance. I?m originally from Colorado, and I love to teach math! A large part of my major deals with learning lots of difficult Calculus concepts, and I?ve picked up quite a few tricks along the way to help myself learn and I?d love to share them with you! I understand that all students learn differently, and I believe that being a good tutor means catering to my s... [more]

While geometry is easy and fun, it can be difficult to learn from people with certain styles of teaching. Whether you are learning elementary or college-level geometry, I try to adapt my explanations to you and your own particular learning style, so that you really "get it". I have a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, and I am an active volunteer in my son's advanced math class. I have worked as a tutor for children of all ages and abilities, as well as adults, both one-on-one and in groups. My goal as a tutor is not just to help you with rote learning, but to help you understand the unde [more]

I teach geometry in the classroom to students of all different ability levels (from honors/accelerated to those struggling with basic algebra skills). I have also tutored students in the subject regularly after school. Students have reported increased skills and positive learning outcomes after taking my class in this subject. My tutoring method is inquiry-based and consists of asking the students questions to draw out pre-existing knowledge, then refining the questions to isolate which specific steps in the problem-solving process are causing confusion. [more]

My name is Emily, a physical therapist who graduated from GWU with my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. My career involves a large amount of education and explaining hard to understand concepts in new and simpler ways. A key part of teaching is understanding the learning style of the student, and using it to their advantage. I love seeing people excel after working hard to reach their goals, and appreciate how significant a small improvement can be. After studying math and science througho... [more]

Hi, My name is Garrison D. and I received my B.S. in Meteorology from SUNY Oswego and have worked in the field as a Meteorologist and am very knowledgeble in the areas of synoptic and meso-meteorology. While studying for my degree i also studied a large amount of mathematics up to and including differential equations. I also have a large amount of experience working in business particularily in Accounting and Finance. I am available to tutor in this field in addition to any of the ... [more]

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