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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]

Prealgebra introduces and expands upon a lot of concepts. Everything from exponents to variables, this information can be a bit unwieldy at first. I focus on breaking down the concepts to smaller pieces to make them easy to absorb. With over 15 years of tutoring experience and having graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Applied Mathematics from UCLA, I am among the most qualified math tutors available. I have been tutoring students in everything from Pre-Algebra through Calculus and Statistics. I enjoy the subtleties of mathematics and find it greatly fulfilling when I see my student [more]

I am a high school history teacher with professional publishing and writing experience. My love of history came to life when I began studying archaeology in college. What before had seemed dry historical facts evolved into the relevant, vivid history of humanity when I learned to contextualize and appreciate history as an earlier chapter in the world as I know it today. As a current, credentialed high school history teacher, with a master's degree in Middle Eastern studies from Tel Aviv Univ... [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]

My name is Andy, and I love math. I hold a BS and MS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In high school, I competed in various prestigious math and science competitions. I have gotten 800s in SAT math I and II. Learn from the best! I am patient and have great ability to make difficult concepts easy to understand. Over the years I have developed various techniques on how to solve problems very quickly and accurately. When looking at a problem, there may be multiple ways to solve... [more]

Will travel 18 miles

$80 per hour.

4.91 113 ratings

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]

Will travel 25 miles

$60 per hour.

4.88 558 ratings

11 years experience; I've been tutoring since I was 18. Valedictorian St. Bonaventure High School. BS in Physics from University of Southern California. Master's Degree in Physics from University of Pittsburgh Now working as a theoretical physicist. My top priority is to give students a conceptual understanding of the material (as opposed to rote memorization). I do this by asking the student questions to gauge their understanding. Then I assign tailored problems (often that I make up ... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.93 99 ratings

I taught algebra when I started teaching high school, and later I used that solid foundation in math as a basis for my teaching of all the science subjects. I taught math to my three children at home so that they would be better prepared for their school work. Constant practice and memorization are needed to become better at math, and yet it is only when it becomes interesting and a challenge that math becomes easier to learn. I have to say that I did not really understand the purpose of algebra until I studied calculus, and then it made the most sense to really understand and be able to cor [more]

I have a degree in computer science and a math minor and have worked as a tutor with 5 companies as well as privately. Most of my tutoring has been in math because my knowledge in that topic is solid and because of my continuous experience it is fresh and I can jump into any topic. I am a University of Massachusetts, Amherst graduate with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, where I also hold math and art minors. I then attended Vancouver Film School and have edited several projects since. In recent years, I have discovered my passion for tutoring and have found few things as rewarding [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$70 per hour.

4.92 381 ratings

We will explore mathematical concepts that are foundational for success in algebra including algebraic expressions, integers, equations, decimals, fractions, ratios, proportions, percents, area, volume, and probability. What engenders a love of math? How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why do fear and lack of confidence close that door? A child-centered, developmental key can open that door. I am happy to help your child develop a sense of confidence, enthusiasm and capacit [more]

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