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I have formally taught (and tutored) pre-algebra at the middle school and high school levels. "But that's easy!" is the response I hope for and often get when I teach. I have been a licensed secondary (grades 6-12) teacher for over ten years. My first career was as a military officer. For some reason, when I retired, my wife of many years informed me that sitting around the house was not an option. Our daughters were in middle and high school at the time. Their dinner table stories about school were, at times, a bit scary. I had all the qualifications to be a long-term substitute... [more]

I have a degree in elementary, middle school, high school and college developmental math. I am currently tutoring several middle school and Highschool students in Prealgebra. My name is Katrina. I have taught high school math in Wichita school system for 7 years in the past. I loved helping students during and after school. I also enjoyed going to all their sporting events to see their talents outside the classroom. I enjoy helping students with any type of math. I can be formal and make up lessons, but I would rather be the tutor that helps the student understand their assignments, an [more]

I've always loved teaching and tutoring, and have a Master's degree in organic chemistry and am licensed to teach high school science. I have been a tutor for more than 9 years, tutoring chemistry, organic chemistry, and algebra, and taught college chemistry labs for 2 years. I also worked for Denver Math Fellows, providing in-school math tutoring to students in grades 6 through 8. Whether you are trying to get the grades to get into medical school or just trying to get through the semeste... [more]

I am currently a middle school science and math teacher in the Andover area. I love teaching! One of my favorite things about teaching is helping students one on one who are struggling in certain areas. Though math and science were always easy subjects for me to understand, I know that is not always the case for everyone, and I love helping others over come their struggles in these areas. Currently I teaching science in middle school, but I have taught math for many years in middle sc... [more]

I was born and grew up mostly in the Arab Middle East and India. I have degrees in English, with minors in French & German. I was a faculty member & academic administrator at universities or colleges in different parts of the United States. Before and after retiring from working for colleges and universities, I worked at a variety of occupations, including distributing Success Motivation Institute and Leadership Management International materials, editing and translating for a scholarly press... [more]

During my career I made design calculations. I used formulas, ratios, percentages, fractions, decimals, exponents and graphs. I solved both equalities and inequalities observing operator precedence. I also frequently converted units of measure. I'm David. My career work was as an electrical designer and as an information systems programmer/analyst. My strategy for analyzing situations and solving problems has been to use what I know, research topics that I don't understand, design a solution and then improve that design or method. I have also been an avid learner using materials written [more]

I am a current high school teacher. I have, however, taught at almost every grade level, every ability levels, and a variety of subject areas. I am in my 12th year of teaching, and have a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction. I am also Highly Qualified in both reading and math at the K-9 levels. I have also taught in both public and private education, and feel that I have a very diverse skill set in working with each child on their level. I am comfortable in a very hands-on approach, in ... [more]

I am a grad student studying astronomy at UND, but this summer I am interning at the Goddard Space Flight Center. I've been a tutor ever since I was in high school and have worked with students in elementary school, middle school, high school, and college. I also have experience working as a math and science mentor while I was pursuing my bachelor degree. My very first professional tutoring experience was as a para-educator at an elementary school, working with special needs students. Through... [more]

Because Prealgebra is an introduction to Algebra, the concept of using a variable, such as "x" or "y", to represent a real number is an initial step to getting the student, you, to become comfortable with this first level of going from the concrete operations of arithmetic to the abstract representation of the same operations in Prealgebra / Algebra, using variables [x,y,z, etc.] to represent the real numbers you would normally use in calculations: the use of variables and sign control, setting up and solving equations is a goal of Prealgebra. Having taught Prealgebra for a number of years, [more]

I am presently completing a Master of Arts degree in Economics at Wichita State University and will be graduating in May 2008. For the past seven years I have been tutoring disadvantaged college students in subjects such as Math, Algebra, Business Calculus, Statistics, Economics, to name a few. I have helped many students achieve academic success over the years and want to continue in this vein in the future. ... [more]

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