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As students progress in math from the basics into preparation for algebra, they need to begin thinking of numbers in more abstract ways. They need to understand different kinds of fractions and negative numbers, which we don?t see around us in our everyday world. They need to think of addition and multiplication in new and more advanced ways. I show my students how these concepts relate to the world they know and how they can easily understand them. One of my students was recently hopelessly confused by integers, and after one tutoring session, she understood them and was suddenly getting [more]

I am actively seeking to help college students during the morning and early afternoon hours. I am proficient in algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, and most calculus and statistics topics. If I do not know how to solve a problem, I will find out. I have been highly regarded as one of the best math/algebra tutors in Phoenix for over 2 years. I was a teaching assistant for College Algebra at ASU for 4 semesters from 2011 to 2013. I helped hundreds of students under... [more]

Prealgebra was one of my favorite classes to teach. I enjoyed working one-on-one with each child. I had students in prealgebra as early as 6th grade. Each student progressed at their own pace; therefore, I worked with the advanced students when they were ready for prealgebra. I've taught in large schools, and one-room schools. I have experience in all subject areas, since I have taught all grade levels from K-8. I've taught ESL classes in Japan and California. I have guided two schools being named Johns Hopkins Honor Schools when I was Principal/Teacher. I enjoy working one-on-one wi [more]

As a professional Karate instructor for five years with a second degree black belt in Wado Karate, I have experience tutoring students of all ages, both in large groups and individually. As a high school Salutatorian, I am well versed in every area of general education, and I scored 5's (the highest possible) on no less than six Advanced Placement tests. I currently tutor half a dozen happy students in fields of History, Pre-Calculus, English, and Chemistry. As a college Valedictorian, from t... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

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I am certified in the state of Ohio to teach Pre-Algebra. I have hundreds of hours worth of experience tutoring Pre-Algebra students. I am a graduate of The University of Akron. I have a Bachelor's degree in both Mathematics in Secondary Education and Applied Mathematics. My tutoring skills, however, are not limited to only math. Below is list of various ages, subjects and tutoring situations I've experienced. Experience: I have been tutoring students of various levels, ages and subjects since 2009. In addition to my teaching background, I?ve accumulated well over 5,000 hours of one on one ex [more]

I am a Certified Special Education (SPED) teacher who teaches the Pearson "Investigations" common core math program in a self-contained classroom. Received undergraduate degree from Arizona State University, Graduate Degree (M.Ed./SPED-CC) from Grand Canyon University. My name is Richard (Rich) L. and during the last five years I worked with 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade "special needs" students at an public school in Phoenix. After school and on weekends I tutored 3rd to 8th-grade ?mainstream? and ?special needs? students, helping them with their Math (my favorite subject), Reading, Language ar [more]

I have always enjoyed and excelled in math and physics. This was a major factor in my decision to study mechanical engineering at Arizona State University, where I graduated magna cum laude. During a portion of my time at ASU, I worked as a student tutor in the engineering tutoring center where I helped fellow students understand homework and test problems. In addition, I have tutored multiple high school students in math or physics on a private basis. I strive to not only explain concepts ... [more]

I have a good understanding of prealgebra and have tutored it in the past, and I know how to help students find its patterns and employ its rules so that they can move forward with their educational goals. Learning the specifics of prealgebra is important for students to be able to tackle the fuller subject when the time comes. All my life I have loved learning and I very much enjoy teaching others and helping them to come to an understanding. Though teaching is my job, it is also something I thoroughly enjoy doing. I take pleasure in getting to the essence of a problem, and I have a knack [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$120 per hour.

5.0 206 ratings

With a Master of Education degree from Harvard University, a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, as well as teaching experience abroad, I have positioned myself to be able to coach, to tutor, and/or to nurture others. Online or face-to-face, my greatest passion in life is helping people get from where they are to where they want to be. My areas of tutoring expertise include college essay writing, academic and creative writing, algebra 1+2, geometry, SAT, ACT, GRE prep and high schoo... [more]

I have taught general math to young adults attempting to complete their GED and the progression of Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, and Trigonometry to several different populations. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree in Zoology/Pre-Medicine from the University of Montana (1982), a Master of Science degree in Exercise Science from the University of Colorado (1993), and Master of Science degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from The Pennsylvania State University (2003). I am presently completing a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology. I have taught courses in biochemistry, biology, human an [more]

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