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Prealgebra refers to the collection of mathematics concepts that students should know before learning algebra. Topics include arithmetic, number theory, negative numbers, fractions, percent, decimals, order of operations, factorization, multiples, exponents, and properties of operations. I have tutored many students in prealgebra over the past several years. I am an experienced, full-time tutor currently tutoring students from 1st grade level up to college level in Honolulu. I tutor a multitude of subjects, including English reading and writing, geometry, algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geogr [more]

I've tutored students from grade school to college levels, up to and including Calculus II and College Physics. Whether I am working with fellow students at Penn State's Learning Center or students at home, my passion for education comes through in my teaching methods, as I believe that all students have the ability to learn a subject as long as it is presented to them in a manner they are able to grasp. I use both analytical as well as graphical methods as needed to cater to each student. Ha... [more]

For as long as I can remember, I've loved teaching. I began as a peer tutor of Spanish and math in high school, and later I made a living teaching English to locals and Japanese to fellow foreigners during the four years I lived in Japan after graduation from college. After returning to the U.S., I spent two years teaching "behind the scenes" as an author and editor of online accounting homework problems for Aplia (part of Cengage Learning). I now spend most of my days offering standardized t... [more]

I have a strong passion for math and pride myself on making obscure concepts easy to understand and fun! I am a Visiting Professor at Chamberlain University, a Lecturer at Leeward Community College, and an Adjunct Instructor at Embry-Riddle University. I previously taught at Gonzaga University and the University of Oregon. I have proven teaching skills to effectively communicate a wide range of mathematical concepts to a diverse group of students, from children to adult learners. I can hel... [more]

My name is Michelle and I hold a cleared California Teaching Credential and a Hawaii Teaching Credential. I hold degrees in: Language and Literature; Math, Science, and Engineering; Social Sciences; Liberal Studies; Earth Systems Science and Policies; Instructional Science and Technologies. When I am not teaching, I love to snowboard all over the world. I love backpacking through different states and spending as much time as possible in nature. I travel, explore, and decompress by readin... [more]

Aloha, My name is Nicole T. and I am a current undergraduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, on schedule to graduate Spring of 2017 with a major in Marine Biology and a minor in Mathematics. My passion is invertebrate biology, and my goal is to work with Coral Reef conservation efforts. I have two official years of experience tutoring, but a lifetime of experience helping others to learn mathematics. I have two younger sisters- the youngest of whom has severe dyscalculia. She i... [more]

Hi, I?m Kayla! I have experience teaching middle school and high school math in both public and private schools, having taught every level of math between pre-algebra to pre-calculus. I have also worked as a tutor for kids from 4-16 years old, including everything from reading and phonics to essay writing to simple and advanced math. I enjoy helping students develop confidence in their abilities and solve problems they didn't think they could. As someone who spent years disliking math but w... [more]

I graduated from Washington State University in May 2012 with a B.S. in Theoretical Mathematics and a minor in Physics. Going through this difficult process with a wife and two young children, I recognize the challenges modern families face. Since graduating, I have started helping friends and other students with their studies, and found I have quite a knack for breaking down complex ideas and making them easy to understand. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, and I can honestly say that tutoring... [more]

I know what it's like to struggle with Chemistry. When I started college, I picked it up as my major (I had a great high school teacher) but quickly felt lost and bewildered in my first semester of general chemistry. My biggest mistake that first year was trying to do it on my own, and honestly, I didn't do very well. I gave up after two semesters and tried moving on to something else. But being away from it, I realized that I wasn't satisfied by quitting. Long story short, I switched my majo... [more]

I am qualified to tutor in this subject because I tutored all levels of math while in high school (it was a requirement for both precalculus and AP calculus in high school). When I recently worked at a middle school, I tutored 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in math from Math 3 to Algebra 1. I am good at explaining math because it is logically intuitive to me. I am patient and take as long as it takes to explain new concepts to students because as long as they understand what they are doing, they will enjoy it. [more]

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