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I tutored after school for my last two years in High School. While I was attending University of Central Florida, I also did online tutoring specifically for math subjects. I know that I can teach this difficult subject in the simplest ways. Everyone I have helped told me they were surprised at how easy it is once I explain it to them. I love that I am able to teach a subject that seems difficult to most. I really want to get back into tutoring partly because I know the best way to lea... [more]

I am practiced in prealgebra, and I spend my time helping other students with their math problems by breaking them down into understandable steps. I have graduated college with a degree in Liberal Studies, which gives me a wide breadth of topics that I have learned about, from arithmetic to theater. I have been certified with a 30-day emergency substitute teacher credential and taken many post-graduate courses towards elementary teaching. I have spent over a year volunteering my time in classrooms (lower elementary levels). I believe learning can be fun. Curiosity and discovery are in ou [more]

I taught Prealgebra CSN and High school - Eldorado . The nice thing about Prealgebra is that most students are not afraid to ask questions. They want to understand the next class. The are still trying to determine how they learn learn. Many times at this point, they are in a class with students with similar abilities instead of grouped by age. Students that get these basic facts, usually do well in Algebra + . Studies have shown and my experience, that the students that get behind get discouraged. Intervene now with students that do not know their basic facts; multiplication, adding [more]

Students will be able to: 1. use arithmetic skills, estimation, and a scientific calculator competently and efficiently to add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, integers, and denominate numbers. 2. calculate the prime factorization, the least common multiple, and the greatest common factor. 3. simplify numerical and algebraic expressions involving more than one set of grouping symbols and operations. 4. evaluate algebraic expressions and formulas from given values. 5. solve examples using some basic geometric concepts. 6. use exponent ru [more]

Hello, everyone! I'd love to help you in the areas you are struggling with! I recently graduated with my Ph.D. in Microbiology from UNLV. I have a combined 7 years of experience teaching undergraduates microbiology and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students. My Ph.D. focused on molecular biology, microbiology, and biochemistry, and so I have particular expertise in these areas. At the end of my degree, I also ended up with several hundred written pages, including my dissertation and fo... [more]

I am graduating in May 2018 with my doctorate in pharmacy from Roseman University of Health Sciences, College of Pharmacy. I graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a bachelor's degree in biology (biotechnology), certification in phlebotomy and specimen processing and medical technologist - microbiology. My knowledge is very strong in pharmacy, biology, math, and I have experience working at a pharmacy, Sunrise Hospital as a medical technologist and teaching biology labs at UN... [more]

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I am a current student enrolled in the Computer Engineering program at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. I expect to graduate from the program in the Spring semester of 2020 with my undergraduate degree and a minor in mathematics. I chose to pursue a degree in engineering because I have always had a love for math and technology. And as we all know, engineering is an extremely math intensive program. Engineering has provided a medium for me to implement my experience in math to real applica... [more]

I have experience teaching and tutoring physics and calculus, as well as all other levels of mathematics from pre-algebra through linear algebra and differential equations and teaching English to foreign students. I enjoy helping individuals learn and grow in their educational process. My university students have shown very high success, higher than those of any other faculty member in the field at the Univ. of Illinois at Chicago. I have taught Calculus as a part of teaching physics at... [more]

Teacher Leader Previous private school administrator Middle school teacher K-12 tutor I love being a teacher, and I teach from the heart! My students know I care deeply about each and every one of them, and I am committed to helping them progress through trying times and difficult concepts at school. I specialize in teaching and tutoring elementary and middle school students, however I also have experience in teaching and tutoring high school Algebra I. One of my favorite things to see is the smile on a student's face when he or she feels a sense of accomplishment. Sometimes... [more]

I have been tutoring and teaching math for many years. My favorite subjects are pre-algebra and algebra 1, especially factoring! I also like to graph functions, particularly in the shapes of lines and parabolas. I'm very visual in my style of learning and I like to help make connections among concepts, procedures and visual representations. I'm a big fan of online learning and I often use technology to enhance learning, even with in-person tutoring. I am very comfortable using the TI-84 gr... [more]

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