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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]

Prealgebra is the bridge between proficiency in basic mathematics and the foundational algebra that enables most math beyond. Prealgebra can be a joyous experience of guided discovery or a nail-biting experience of confusion depending on the guide leading the student through the subject. David Foster has been tutoring in prealgebra for almost 40 years. He was tutoring fellow students informally while in 8th grade! He has continued to tutor both professionally and pro bono since his four years at UCLA (where he majored in Math). Many of his former pupils have continued on with "A+" work t [more]

My name is Trish, and I have been working as a tutor since 2014, and I thoroughly enjoy the work that I have done! I have worked with children, teens, and even adults in all walks of life in a variety of projects. I have experience with students who have learning disabilities and behavioral issues. I've been hired to tutor children with K-8 reading and math as well as SAT verbal testing preparation, but I've also completed work with editing college admission essays, writing resumes, and with ... [more]

I'm a graduate of Modesto Junior College and California State University, Stanislaus with an A.S. in Physical Science and a B.S. in Physics, respectively. I obtained my teaching credential in both math and physics. I recently taught math for 2 years at Davis High School of Modesto. In addition to my left-brain interests of Math and Science, I also enjoy playing violin! I'm classically trained, having performed in studio recitals and with the MJC orchestra. So if you're interested in learni... [more]

I have over ten years of experience teaching and coaching for different organizations, colleges and universities. I have helped administer a tutoring program in St. Louis. I have had success in helping students with whom others were unable to achieve improvement. I get excited when I see students learn to love learning (especially math and literature). I began attending college when I was 15 years. I scored high enough on my ACT/SAT exams to earn a full tuition scholarship. I graduated from ... [more]

I have been teaching for over 11 years. I have taught Robotics and STEM courses for the past 7 years and love teaching willing minds eager to learn. I have taught grades from Kindergarten up to adults in college. Education is important to be because it builds confidence and allows a person to reach their fullest potential in life. I have majored in creative writing as an undergrad and graduate student. I have studied and taught film for over ten years. I have written award winning screen... [more]

I have completed math courses through calculus. My college degree in Engineering required the entire range of math curriculum. I have tutored a number of students in prealgebra and other math courses. I am able to teach the theory as well as bring practical applications of algebra from my Engineering experiences. I am dedicated to my students and work to assure they attain maximum potential. 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 [more]

I am a certified math teacher, including Prealgebra. I have been teaching for 14 years. My undergrad degree is in Secondary Mathematics Education, and Dramatic Productions Education. My masters degree is in Education with a Middle School Math Emphasis. I have held teaching certificates in the states of Wisconsin and Michigan. My current certificate is held in Illinois. I am a new resident of California, and I am currently awaiting the arrival of my California certificate. I am also a certified ACSI teacher. I am currently teaching at... [more]

Variables, integers, fractions, decimals, percentages, etc. being converted from one to another. Examples: 25% = 1/4 = 0.25 or to say 1/4 of 1.00 = 0.25 or 25% a - 9 = 20 or 20 + 9 = a (a + 2) (a + 2) = ? (I can show you the answer if we meet). Hi! While I worked on a Master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling at Utah State University (2005-2008), I taught part-time as a substitute teacher for Modesto City and Stanislaus County schools. I attended CSU at Turlock and Stockton (2002-2005), focusing on all of the mandatory Psychology courses required for a Bachelor's degree (Behavioral analy [more]

I basically a retired Nuclear Engineer with three computer science degrees, BS in Computer Science, AS in Computer Technology, and AS in Electronic Technology. I have tutored and taught Math, Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, and SAT/ACT prep many times over the last 40 years. I am dynamic, high energy, and engaging subject matter expert motivating and mentoring students to master course content and achieve high test scores. Diverse background teaching to students of all ages and academic skill levels. Experience in providing individual, group and drop-in tutoring learning, and applying teaching [more]

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