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Pre-algebra has become one of my favorite levels of math to tutor. As students begin seeing more and more algebraic concepts introduced in math class, it can be overwhelming and frustrating. I love helping students overcome these hurdles and discover new ways of thinking about math as they transition from arithmetic to algebra. Whether you have a student struggling with math in middle school, or are an adult student yourself in need of a math refresher, I would love to work with you! I have been working as a math tutor for about 5 years, and I have enjoyed helping students gain confidence an [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

4.96 365 ratings

I enjoy working with young people, helping them succeed in math, and building their confidence in areas they may be struggling in. My experience and background have prepared me to be able to see the best methodologies to help a particular individual to both learn and enjoy math. I have many years experience in teaching and mentoring of both youth (age 6 to 18) as well as adults. My schooling, my engineering career and my associated daily practical use of math has prepared me to tutor pre-algebra. [more]

Prealgebra skills begin with review of all prior skills and recognizing how these patterns work with variables. Success in this area leads to success in Algebra class. I can share visual versions of concepts that may initially seem difficult for students, and give them the confidence to approach the world of "numbers and letters" with confidence. Hello students. Will be taking new students after April 24, 2017. I enjoy meeting new students of all ages who want to succeed. I teach High School Chemistry, Math for ages 5-adult and have helped students with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, ADHD, [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.88 188 ratings

I have tutored math for over 3 years. I am happy to help with many different math classes, from Elementary math to Calculus. I have helped my former classmates and my younger brother many times with Physics. I have been learning French for more than 6 years. I can also help with programming. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and in Computer Engineering at UW in Tacoma. My primary programming language is currently Java. Regardless of the subject, I would say I am effect... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.89 409 ratings

I have tutored many students in math classes from pre-algebra to business calculus and take my time to explain the content and ensure that the student gets and can retain the material. I have a been tutoring for most of my life, from kindergarten-aged children up to college and university-level classes. I mainly tutored accounting classes for five years at Green River Community College and Washington State University. I tutored students in introductory and intermediate financial and managerial accounting classes one-on-one the entire time and learned how to convey the information so that it co [more]

Hello Students! My name is Jennifer and I'm excited to be able to help you with any of your learning needs. I graduated from Elma High School in 2004 with a 4.0 GPA and was valedictorian of my class. During high school, I took several Advanced Placement classes, including Spanish, English and Calculus. I'm one of those rare ones who actually LIKES to study and learn. I then went on to study at the University of Washington and graduated in 2008 with a 3.6 GPA. My degree was in sociology with... [more]

I have worked as a laboratory chemist and as an instructor at Tacoma Community College for several years. I have also taught high school level sciences and mathematics. I have tutored or taught for the past thirty years. This has provided me with an extensive background for general mathematics. Pre-algebra covers the core basics of mathematics. Gaining facility at understanding how math 'works' is the goal. Once proficient, the concepts of algebra are introduced, with several examples and an effort to understand the vocabulary as well as processes involved. As an instructor, I strive to [more]

Algebra and the use of letters in math has always fascinated me. I like to play around with the value of the letter to see how it changes the outcome. I am qualified because I have taught these skills in the classroom and I personally find this type of math fun. I have participated in Math tournaments where students had to work on math above their level and my knowledge and experience in prealgebra allowed them to be successful. I am a current Elementary school teacher in the Kent School District. I teach general education in 5th grade. I received my Masters of Arts in Education from Seattle [more]

I have a B.S. Mathematics (2006), an M.S. Mathematics (2009), and am a Ph.D. candidate Mathematics (2018), including Prealgebra. I have a Bachelor's and Master's in math, and am currently finishing my PhD. I have been teaching math at the high school and university level for over 10 years. I have experience with the IB and AP programs from my high school teaching. I have taught many courses at the college level including Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Business Calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II, Finance Math, Probability and Statistics, Applied Statistics, an [more]

I earned A's in junior high school math and finished Math Analysis in high school, then finished in college with Pre-Calculus, Statistics, and Accounting! I think math is fun! I am a lifelong learner and avid reader, and constantly update my knowledge base and skills with college courses and travel to experience different cultures and locales. Helping others to be the best they can be and to strive for whole health is what I do. I have tutored and volunteered as a teachers' aide in English as a Second Language (ESL) programs with World Relief DuPage in Illinois, Literacy Councils in Seattle an [more]

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