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Geometry is both visual and abstract. It applies to many occupations: surveying, engineering, science, architecture, building trades, designing, navigating, the military. Even a seemingly simple job like weed control is based on the area of a field sprayed. Regardless of where you are in your math education pathway, if geometry gives you pain, then together we can turn the pain into gain. Gaining knowledge of the world around you and how to measure it. My expertise in geometry is validated by the A I received in both geometry and it's older sister, trigonometry. They were indeed my fav [more]

Part of my duties as a mechanical engineer serving the Space Shuttle Program at Lockheed was to verify the insulation tile geometry to assure compliance with referenced standards. My experience of 21 years as a Mechanical Engineer at various levels of management has taught me to understand and communicate mathematical concepts to people who may not have a background in math. My 20 years as a home inspector allows me to describe and explain concepts cited in the Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing and Building codes to the lay person so they can pursue repairs and corrective actions. I am fluent [more]

In addition to passing Geometry in the 9th grade with an A, I worked with a classroom of 34 students for the purposes of SAT prep. I've been writing and performing spoken word poetry for 15 years, so an appreciation for the complicated nature of English has always been within my primary skills and interests. I've worked as a one-on-one tutor of English is a handful of different settings (most frequently in a college writing-center setting), and I have worked as an English Teacher (with a classroom of up to 34 different students), and the breadth of my experience with teaching English is very d [more]

Geometry can be a forbidding subject for many new students. One reason is geometry's emphasis on logical reasoning and proofs, so neglected in many a math student's progress until their encounter with geometry. David F. delights in introducing each new student to the practical and essential world of geometry with gentleness and patience. David's favorite high school subject, and one in which he excelled, was Geometry. He has continued to hone his skills through courses in geometry at UCLA while majoring in math. His geometry students have been well equipped for more difficult math ahead o [more]

Tutoring largely started out as a hobby for me. I enjoyed helping my fellow classmates learn material and be successful while at the same time learning from them. That cooperative nature of tutoring, working together to achieve student-inspired goals, is what turned it into a passion. I graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Washington with a Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics and Economics. As a math department tutor, I was given the opportunity to help college students of all l... [more]

My academic credentials include completed math courses thru calculus in the mechanical engineering program. I have tutored in geometry for ten years. I have also passed the CBEST. I offer more than ten years of successful tutoring of students from 4th thru 12th grades with many in math and others in reading and grammar. My education includes a BS in Mechanical Engineering and the MBA and have passed the CBEST to enhance tutoring credentials. My approach is to evaluate the needs of the student, assessing strengths and weaknesses, and identifying abilities. From that, a personalized learnin [more]

I have tutored many students in geometry and have a solid understanding of the subject matter. I am a credentialed teacher with over 20 years of experience in the educational community. I have worked with students of all ages in both classroom and home environments in group sizes ranging from 1 to 40. I am offering private, individualized tutoring services in most subject areas from basic reading and math through Algebra, Geometry, and high school sciences. I also offer test preparation services for the high stakes testing done within California schools as well as for the GED, ASVAB, S... [more]

During the past twenty years, I've worked for a national tutoring company, taught for a private school and been an in-home tutor predominantly in the area of middle and high school mathematics. My experience runs from 6th grade math and pre-algebra all the way through advanced and applied calculus. I have extensive training with the SAT, ACT, ASVAB, and other aptitude tests like the SBAC and GED. My students will tell you there's no way I could be a math teacher because "they just get it" whe... [more]

I am a licensed teacher for K-6. I am also a dyslexia tutor, specializing in students with dyslexia. This is for students struggling with reading, writing and spelling. Students who are anywhere from 1-3+ years behind their peers in reading. They appear to make minor progress from year to year but the gap between them and their fellow classmates is widening. I use the Barton reading and spelling system. This tutoring requires 2 one hour sessions per week. I am kind, loving, and patient.... [more]

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$40 per hour.

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Ideally we all want the most out of our classes by having the opportunity to be taught one-one-one by our teachers and professors. Unfortunately even the best teachers and professors can?t adjust their lessons to give students the attention they deserve and need. But no worries! Whether you want to spend extra time , stay on track, or soar ahead, look no further for that opportunity than here. Throughout my undergrad years at Los Medanos College and UC Berkeley, I have taken various science ... [more]

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