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I typically have several geometry students on my schedule. Word travels fast, and my students often tell their friends that they have gotten helpful advice in an informal atmosphere when we work together. Need to know how to get started on a challenging proof? Which one of those triangle theorems to use? Give me a call. I can help get you back on track and earning the grade you want. I have more than 30 years' experience teaching at the high school and university levels. I love my students and flourished working in the classroom. Now I am free to give each student the attention that he o [more]

Hello. My name is Jordan. My tutoring experience stretches way back to high school where I volunteered in the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program. I continued my educational career at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) where I obtained my Bachelors of Science, Masters, and Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in physical chemistry. Throughout my career at UCLA I continued tutoring students in math and chemistry. Furthermore I worked as a teaching assistant for ch... [more]

Although I love to learn, I thoroughly enjoy helping others to find their potential and see them succeed! I have tutored privately for the past two and a half years. Prior to that, I was honored enough to be selected as a physics Peer Learning Assistant through the Women in Engineering grant at my community college. As a recent magna cum laude graduate, I understand the difficulty presented by certain coursework that sometimes makes success seem insurmountable. My time as an undergraduate tut... [more]

My entire life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. Throughout high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. After high school I attended the University of Oregon for a B.A. in Economics, with a minor in Mathematics, and a GPA of 3.67. In tutoring, I first focus on understanding exactly what a student is having trouble with, then use a ... [more]

I have double master's degree from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi India, popularly known as IIT Delhi. With a solid background in Math and Physics, I have contributed helping towards the success of many high school and college students by teaching both subjects. My tutoring approach is focused to explain the fundamentals of the lesson and ensure that students fully understand topics, and practice a variety of problems as examples for better understanding. My passion to teach goes back a long way to my school and college days when I used to not only tutor, but mentor st [more]

My fall schedule is filling up. I have a couple of random evening times for ?math emergencies.? I have morning and early afternoon times. Due to the time difference, this works very well for East Coast students online. A bit about me... I didn't start out with the thought of being a teacher. I followed my heart...my passion for math. I have a Master of Science in Teaching Mathematics and I emphasize the teaching. I have been teaching at the college level for the past 20+ years and tuto... [more]

Geometry is a very interesting math topic, since it's positioned between Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, and it teaches completely different topics than the Algebras. For some, it's hard to understand and visualize 2D and 3D shapes drawn on the paper as well as memorize numerous formulas. I have taught this subjects for over 13 years, and I know easy and fun ways to learn and remember the formulas so that they can apply it even for the SAT Math or ACT Math tests. In 1998, I started tutoring 3 young kids just to earn extra money as a high schooler, and by 2002, I was doing this as as a full time caree [more]

Geometry is a two-part subject; 1) shapes and their sizes 2) argument (AKA, proofs) We don't just want to know things, we must also know WHY we know things. We start with shapes anyone can draw in the sand, but the habit of backing up your notions extends across every field of scholarship and created the scientific revolution. The Greeks tried to model the universe with numbers and arithmetic, thinking numbers only had meaning when attached to areas or lengths. The square root of two defeated that ambition. Ironically, the modern world largely succeeded crafting a geometrical model of t [more]

I recently graduated from Oregon State University with a master's degree in Marine Resource Management. Before that, I obtained a bachelor's degree in environmental science, with a minor in chemistry, from Western Washington University. I've always been passionate about the environment, particularly the marine ecosystem. I'm fascinated by the way that humans interact with the natural world and how we can manage those interactions to protect and preserve them. I have experience teaching about... [more]

Geometry - Perimeter and area of polygons, surface area and volume of 3-D shapes, angles of lines, triangles, and polygons, parallel and perpendicular lines, triangles and quadrilaterals, similarity and congruence postulates for triangles, special right triangles, Pythagorean theorem, and so much more. My tutoring experience spans 9 years, nearly 1000 hours with Wyzant students, and almost 4 times as many tutoring hours with students at The Portland Tutoring Collective. I have coached students to perfect 800s on all sections of the SAT, and high 30s on the ACT. I specialize in the following [more]

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