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Pre-algebra is an essential course for students who plan to study Algebra and other higher-level math courses (such as Algebra 1, Algebra 2, geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, ?) in high school and college. When students receive Pre-Algebra tutoring from me, I review with them the following topics so that they you can pursue higher-level mathematics with confidence and success. Some pre-algebra topics include: ? Types of numbers o Integers o Fractions o Decimals o Negative numbers ? Operational properties o Commutative properties o Associative properties o Distributive properties ? Consta [more]

I am an innovative and experienced educator who believes that students of all ages can achieve amazing results with the right teacher! I graduated in 2009 from Harvard College with a degree in History and Literature and I most recently graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education with a Masters in Education. I have four years of full-time classroom teaching experience and I have received both teacher (NH, K-8) and administrator (MA, K-12) certifications. I spent four years worki... [more]

I have taught Prealgebra both in the Cambridge Public Schools and to homeschool students in grades 4-8, using both self-created materials and existing curricula such as TERC. I have a BA in Mathematics, and am certified to teach grades 5-8 Mathematics in Massachusetts. Welcome! I have been tutoring and teaching for over 30 years, beginning with Algebra and Geometry and as an IEP tutor in Brookline. As an undergraduate at the University of Chicago I graded Calculus and tutored in both the mathematics and computer science departments. In graduate school at Harvard I taught an undergraduate cou [more]

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I started Algebra in 3rd grade. I always got A's in math throughout college and high school. In 4 years of High School, 4 years of College, and 2 years of Graduate School, I learned innumerable things about a wide variety of topics, but the most important lesson I learned was this: the students who get A's are not necessarily the most naturally gifted in the class, but are the almost always the hardest workers. Sooner or later, everyone finds themselves struggling to stay on top of their classwork, and when that happens, it's the diligent, not the brilliant, who come out on top. Tha... [more]

I helped many students in Prealgebra in my high school and college years. I always loved studying mathematics and helping others make significant progress in it. Many of my skills come from my participation in several mathematics Olympiads. I minored in math and physics in college. I also have a Master's degree in Secondary Mathematics Education. I graduated from University of Massachusetts Boston with an M.Ed. in LTET in 2012. I have heard many times how many in America are struggling in mathematics, a subject that I consider to be extremely important, and a lot of fun. In late middle school [more]

The objective of pre-algebra is to prepare the student for the study of algebra. Pre-algebra includes several broad subjects: new types of numbers such as integers, fractions, decimals and negative numbers, factorization of natural numbers, Ratios, proportions, and percentages, basic geometry etc. I can help you understand concepts well and improve your ability to solve word problem. I was an associate professor who taught college physics at a university for eight years in China before I came to the United States. I had done research related to Physics at Clemson University and University of [more]

I'm currently an Economics Phd student at Boston college, and have plenty of tutoring and TA/TF experience in college. I can teach Economics (Intro and Intermediate), Statistics and Econometrics (including Stata application), Finance (which is my undergraduate major), Calculus and high school math too. After tutoring/teaching students with different backgrounds (undergraduates/graduates/MBAs/high schoolers), I become more familiar with the problems/concerns they have with the courses quickl... [more]

Since 2015 I have tutored students ranging from Prealgebra through Calculus, as well as college Economics. My background gives me a unique perspective on the issues students have when they struggle with, and even hate, math. I struggled in math courses throughout high school, dreading going to class, doing homework, and studying. I have a BA in Economics from the University of Washington; an MA in Economics from Boston University; currently work as a research assistant for two MIT economics ... [more]

David has always been fascinated by strategy and logic. When he was six, his family went on a vacation to Florida and he spent the entire trip studying chess openings on the beach. David studied chemical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute where he was on the Dean?s List multiple times. He currently runs business development and strategy for a medical device startup based out of the Harvard Innovation Lab. During his junior year of college, David spent three months in Thailand cr... [more]

After teaching subjects such as Algebra, Precalculus, Trigonometry, and other higher level math courses, Prealgebra is no stranger to me! I find ways to simplify Prealgebra concepts so that the student has a strong base for upper level courses he/she may take in the future. I am very good at making word problems and critical thinking questions simple for the student to understand. I am aware that many students struggle with those types of problems so I take great care to make these questions as easy to comprehend as possible, and pass on these skills to the student. [more]

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