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Learning should be fun, empowering and exciting. I am an author, a professor, and a very experienced designer, programmer and media producer with a passion for teaching, learning, innovation and education. I go beyond teaching the fundamental concepts, and add a deep understanding of what they are for, how they are used, and where they all fit together. I believe that enthusiasm, dreams and accomplishment are the best motivators for education. I teach through a combination of traditional sk... [more]

Teaching and tutoring algebra is a great love of mine. I have taught algebra at the university level for over 4 years, and tutored all subjects from elementary school math to multivariable calculus for a number of companies and independently for over 5 years. Prealgebra is one of chief importance in the growth of budding mathematics students. Since algebra is the first journey into real abstract mathematics for most students, having the fundamental skills of prealgebra is essential to grasping algebraic concepts and making the necessary intellectual leaps to truly understand the more elusive [more]

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If you were stranded on a deserted island, could you reinvent Algebra? Calculus? Trigonometry? I could! Not that that would be the most practical thing to do, but once you understand the basic concepts, you will be able to do the same. I am a strong believer in understanding concepts and knowing fundamentals, NOT in doing math by rote. I will certainly help you get your homework done and get better grades, but I will also make sure that you understand it! I teach students techniques... [more]

As a tutor for the last 15 years I have helped a lot of students with pre-algebra. This is the first time a lot of students start to think with the ideas of variables. I tutored for 10 years at Ventura College specializing in helping students in their pre-Algebra and Algebra classes. I know that part of the problem with pre-algebra is just the newness of the materials and I can help a student understand it, as well as master it. So, that they have a good base going on to Algebra and beyond. [more]

I obtained my B.S in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. I obtained my A.S in Biology and Chemistry at Moorpark College and also participated in and held officer positions in Moorpark College Engineering Club, Moorpark College Biology Club, and Moorpark College Chemistry Club. I have also done research in Biomolecular Engineering as a part of iGEM, an international research competition in the topics of Biomolecular engineering, bioinformatics and bi... [more]

I have taught pre-algebra and algebra as a credentialed teacher in public schools, and also have training in multiple ways of presenting and solving math problems. Students often get confused when they lose sight of the 'real world' application of what they are being taught in an abstract way. In reality, they are often using the math already in their lives, without realizing that's what it is. My training in learning styles enables me to pinpoint exactly how you learn best, and to custom make lesson plans that will help you learn in the way that works for you. To that end, I have been workin [more]

I am a credential math teacher looking to make extra money this summer with many years of experience teaching various level of math as a teacher and tutor. I have worked with diferent aged and ehtinic groups. I have taught at James Monroe high school for Los Angeles Unified District and for California State University Northridge was a graduate student. I have taught Veitman veterans at The East Los Angeles Community Union.... [more]

My approach to tutoring is informed by my past academic struggles. When I was a freshman at Princeton, I quickly realized that my high school, located in an economically depressed area in south Texas, had not adequately prepared me for the diverse range of college coursework. Having had to overcome that, I know the frustration and self-defeating strategies--like procrastination--that students often develop and I am especially sensitive to supporting my students. Sometimes that means being ... [more]

Currently I am a teacher of Chemistry and Physics at a CA High School. Previously I have been an educational professional for 40 years, starting as a teacher of Math and Physics in High school to AP/1st year undergraduate level and I hold teaching credentials in both California and the UK. Later I taught Chemistry (the subject of my degree) to the same standard. I have many former students who have studied at the top UK Universities; Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Durham, Imperial London and so ... [more]

I have taken the equivalent of six years of math in high school, five semesters of calculus in undergraduate studies (plus one semester linear algebra and one semester of statistics), and one year of post-graduate statistics. I have taught an undergraduate statistics lab as a graduate student and currently incorporate teaching statistics into an undergraduate neuroscience lab course. I also teach mathematics (arithmetic, pre-algebra) to my oldest son in a homeschool environment. I have a Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuroscience/Biopsychology, as well as a B.S. in Chemical Engineering. I have taught an [more]

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