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Will travel 14 miles

$60 per hour.

4.87 122 ratings

Math and physics are both complex subjects that are built upon many years of scientists and mathematicians struggling with ideas. And in school, students are asked to tackle the same problems that faced Isaac Newton, Einstein, and others. They're not easy subjects and don't come easily to many people. In fact, they require many hours of practice and thought even for the people that are 'good' at them. And you may very well feel like it doesn't come naturally to you. Often the material in... [more]

Who I am: I am a highly experienced, professional tutor, specializing in languages. Experience: I have 10 years tutoring experience in Spanish, French, beginner Japanese, beginner German, and ESL (English as a Second Language). I have also tutored elementary school mathematics and some high school mathematics as well, among other subjects. Education: My education has all been obtained in Canada: I did my undergraduate at Wilfrid Laurier University, where I completed a double Honours de... [more]

I am a retired credentialed, secondary math teacher. I have taught math for many years. I believe that math should be taught in two areas, concepts and skills necessary to understand the concepts. These two should be taught together in order for the student to make connection to the topics and understand them easily with common sense. I am a credentialed mathematics teacher. I have taught high school and community college subjects in math for thirty years. My bachelor's degree and two years of graduate work are in mathematics and statistics from University of California in Berkeley. I have a m [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

I am a part time professional plein aire painter, and full time Special Education Teacher (mild/mod) K-12 multiple subjects. I have taught large classroom sizes to individual pullout RSP and private tutoring. I mainly specialize in Specific Learning Disorders but have some experience with higher functioning autism as well. My philosophy on education is that less is more. In other words; "quality not quantity" is my mantra. I teach less standards to thereby insure 'mastery' of each standard. ... [more]

Prealgebra is the key to understanding all the concepts of Mathematics. The role of a teacher in acquisition of this subject can influence the life of the students immensely. I have been teaching it in two languages and three countries for many years. I was lucky with my math teachers who taught me to be confident, love mathematics, win all my math contests and Olympiads at school, and enter the University. I completed my master's degree in engineering and worked as an engineer-designer at Institute of Mathematics at Academy of Science before I switched to the career of teaching. It developed [more]

For the past 19 years, I have been a mathematics and science teacher at two different K-8 schools and one middle school. When I started in the spring of 1998, I worked as an assistant in a classroom of 40 students who ranged in age from Kindergarten to 5th grade. As my first school grew and expanded, I was promoted to Head Mathematics Teacher and entrusted with the job of creating a curriculum for the newly added 6th, 7th and 8th grades. During the time of my employment, our mathematics ... [more]

I earned my Multiple Subject credential, along with my Supplemental Authorization Math Credential in the Fall of 2014. As a credential candidate, I was enrolled in all the required courses and completed my student teaching assignments in a Kindergarten classroom at Landmark Elementary in the Pajaro Unified School District and in the Monterey Peninsula School district in a 5th grade classroom. The Teacher Credential program at California State University, Monterey Bay prepared me to work... [more]

I have been teaching for over 15 years in the public school system. My expertise have ranged from high school math and literature to K- 6 multiple subject teacher. I was awarded teacher of the year for the 2014-2015 school year for my excellence in student achievement and success. Trained in common core standards for K-6 grades, I have a vast set of strategies, tools, and resources to help students feel successful and achieve . I tutored algebra 1 for 5 years as well as taught prealgebra... [more]

Though I often tutor higher level maths, I have no problem with pre-algebra material since it is often foundational knowledge that students see as they progress to Algebra and Geometry. Hi, my name is Sean. I graduated from University of California Santa Cruz in June 2015 with BA's in both politics and legal studies; I have received honors in both my majors as well. I live in Aptos and as a pass time, I like to surf. Currently I am going to West Valley College in Saratoga to get a paralegal certificate. I have tutored for A Better Tomorrow Education the past year in Watsonville as well [more]

I am a mother of seven children. I have lived in Gilroy for the past 7 years since moving from Castroville. I have been tutoring math for four years. I worked as a full time teacher at a private school. I love tutoring because I can help students reach their potential and get better grades at school. Teaching one on one allows the student to relax, be more focused and understand concepts better in a different setting than in a regular classroom where the teacher sometimes doesn't have enoug... [more]

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