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Precalculus, otherwise known in some school districts as Math 4, can be very challenging for students. Personally, I find this course exciting and look forward to helping my students understand the content. My name is Nicole and teaching is my passion! **I'm currently scheduling SAT and ACT sessions in preparation for the 2017-2018 fall, winter, and spring tests. If you're interested in setting up SAT or ACT sessions with me, contact me as soon as possible since my schedule fills pretty quickly.** I have been a career educator since 2001 and have taught middle school through college. I hold [more]

My Name is Tom O. and I am a 2006 graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I was a mechanical engineer with Caterpillar for three years and I tutored at Wright College (one of the City Colleges of Chicago) for over five years. I tutor different levels of mathematics from intermediate algebra to third year calculus (including differential equations and linear algebra). I also tutor different levels of Physics (both calculus and non-calculus based), general inorganic chemistr... [more]

Hello! My name is Christine, and I have been teaching since 2004. I have a B.S. in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley and a M.S. in mathematics from California State University. I currently teach at the University level and have taught everything from basic math and algebra all the way up to calculus. I started my college career at a community college. The first class I ever taught was Intro to Statistics and it is the class I have taught more than any other course. I have also taught... [more]

Ive tutored seniors at Jefferson High School in precalculus, and found ways to solidify knowledge gained so it is easy to recall. Confidence is one of the most important aspects of academic achievement. I build student confidence by asking questions and creating a scaffold for students to learn with. This formula encourages students to take an active role in their learning. When students find the answers themselves, they are much more likely to remember those answers when they need them, be it on the ACT or in college courses. One of the best things about this method is it can be used even aft [more]

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I tutored PreCalc in the Ozone program at Boulder High and have continued doing so for the last five years. It is a subject that spans the entire spectrum of Math in High School, and it has been a real treat to help students understand the big picture. Finally putting my job aside to pursue my passion, I left engineering and completed both a Math degree (Dean's list) and a secondary math teaching license in 2013. I tutored my way through school and students, at a minimum, raised one letter grade. Most importantly they gained an appreciation of learning how to think, as I guide them through [more]

Thanks for checking out my page! Here's a bit about me: I'm originally from New Jersey and left to go to school at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. There, I studied Chemical Engineering, and received my BSE, summa cum laude, in 2008. After graduating, I took a job with a Boulder-area renewable fuel start-up where I spent 2 years as a Development Engineer. Since leaving the start-up, I have switched gears toward healthcare, obtaining my EMT license and taking the MCAT as I prepare... [more]

I have been a High School math teacher for four years and was a Financial Analyst before that. As a math student in high school, I was always good at memorizing formulas and applying them. I earned high scores through repetition of practice problems. As a math teacher, I find that method to be ineffective. Repetition is important to solidify procedural skills, but it does not build a strong foundation and much of the content has been forgotten. Because of this, I try to blend concepts with ... [more]

I taught precalculus to juniors/seniors in high school in Indiana. I especially enjoyed teaching precalculus because it is a precursor to all higher level math, and it is imperative that all high-level students understand these foundations. Attending Purdue University for math education, I quickly learned how much I love helping students understand math. It's my passion. I've found that simply learning formulas isn't the right way to learn. Students need to know what's going on, and then the formulas become easy! I have taught math at the high school level in four different schools and have ex [more]

I have undergraduate degrees in math and psychology. Although I'm able to tutor in other subjects, I am primarily interested in tutoring math. I started tutoring by working in my college's math lab while obtaining my degree and enjoyed it. I find that providing one-on-one help to students is really rewarding. I like to not only see my students learn - but also gain confidence in their math abilities. My two elementary age children have helped me to be more patient and I am reminded daily... [more]

My undergraduate major in education has prepared me to teach a number of diverse learners. I am excellent with one-on-one help and feel like I get information across to individuals in a way they understand. My education classes and student teaching experience have helped me to better understand how different math concepts work. Because of this, I know how to explain concepts in very organized and logical steps. Also, if one way of explaining a concept is not registering for a student, I gener... [more]

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