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There are many ways to improve oneself. None is quite like the power you get from educating yourself on how to better perform. As America moves forward, jobs are requiring more technical knowledge and expertise. And yet at the same time, the education system is bogged down and many students aren?t able to receive the individual attention that is really required to help them flourish. I can help you by providing that individual attention and modeling that is so necessary. As a mathematics and... [more]

Geometry is often one of the first courses a high school student takes that involves the use of logic and proofs and can be intimidating at first. Geometry builds from the simple to more complex proofs to solve more and more difficult problems. If you are struggling to understand the basics or the more complex problems, I am confident that we can work together to boost your understanding and your grades! Math and science were my favorite subjects throughout my formal schooling and I can help any student improve their knowledge in these courses by helping them enjoy the subjects rather than be [more]

Hi, my name is Henry. Native from Honduras and live in South Bend for 7 years now. Graduate from Indiana University with a B.A in Mathematics and minor in Physics. I have been a high school teacher for about 2 years. Also, before graduated from college, I worked as a tutor at Ivy Tech Community College in the areas of Algebra, Trigonometry, and College Algebra. I worked as a supplemental instructor at Indiana University South Bend in the Math department in the class of College Algebra. I a... [more]

I taught credit recovery courses for high school curriculum and GED courses at the Juvenile Justice Center in South Bend for ten years, and taught all subjects at an alternative high school in Goshen for six years. I was an adjunct professor at IUSB and Davenport University teaching basic Algebra and writing skills as well as mass communication courses for a total of twelve years. I have developed a style of teaching Algebra to students struggling with the concepts that makes it eas... [more]

I have always loved geometry. It is real! Every place you look around, you see corners, lines, angles, 3-D shapes. It is part of life. I took multiple classes that focused on different aspects of geometry such as plane and solid geometry. I have the required background and the passion to teach it and help students along the way. I love teaching and helping others learn, accomplish their goals and eventually become lifelong learners themselves. I am coming from a family of teachers. My parents are elementary school teachers. I know that everyone has a different learning style from my experience [more]

I am a PhD student at Chemistry Department, Michigan State University and currently serving as a Teaching Assistant in the same department. I have a very good experience of teaching and I know how to teach a student to take him/her to higher grades. Since last 5 years, I'm connected with the field of teaching and I have taught many students and I know very well the learning potential and limitations of a student. I took Mathematics as one of my major subjects in my BSc degree and I have been... [more]

I have ten years of tutoring experience in elementary and higher math. I was a math major in college for awhile, where I took the most advanced Calculus I and Calculus II courses possible. In high school, I received a grade of A+ in every math class I took, including Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra II, Algebra III, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, Calculus III, and Group Theory. My knowledge of geometry includes graphing, right triangle rules, calculating area and volume, and more. I'm an experienced, friendly tutor and teacher with over a decade of experience. I love guiding students [more]

I am computer science graduate student who had worked previously in IT company as Associate Software Engineer for two years on Java- J2ee Platform, a math enthusiast from high school. If it wasn't computers I would be doing a PhD in math. I am interactive and patient in listening stuff. While discussing the potential problems I tend to give every possible way of solution and alternatives also frequently misleading steps. I love teaching and sharing the knowledge with others. Always try to s... [more]

I graduated in April 2017 from Pepperdine University, magna cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. I have committed to Notre Dame Law School to begin preparing for a career in finance law in the fall. I graduated as valedictorian of my high school, Class of 2013, with an un-weighted 4.0 GPA. I am a dedicated student and AP veteran interested in a variety of subjects; I took AP classes ranging from AP Calculus and AP Physics to ... [more]

My goal is to inspire students by bringing the flavor of the most up to date affairs of science through a combination of my academic and industrial research skills, broad knowledge of scientific principles relating to real world application, and passion for teaching. I have a PhD in Chemistry, and several years of professional and tutoring experience. I am qualified to be a teacher, with PRAXIS I test scores ranging from 175-185 including subject tests. I did my Postdoctoral work on Synthe... [more]

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