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I have worked with students in algebra 1 and 2 and geometry. I took two on-line UCal Irvine courses over the summer to brush up on pre-Calculus skills. I retired from teaching middle and high school science with 20 years' experience in 2013. In my last school, I taught Biology, Physics, and Chemistry, and tutored students for TAKS and STAAR tests. I also taught middle school integrated science at a previous school, and have helped students with organization and study skills. I am certified grades 6-12 for science. Since 2013, I have been tutoring middle and high school students in sciences and [more]

My experience teaching & tutoring students of all ages in a wide variety of subjects can be your advantage! As an experienced classroom teacher, I'm certified in Texas to teach general subjects in 4th through 8th grades & all-levels English as a Second Language and music, and I've successfully collaborated with special education colleagues to assist many students with learning disabilities & other needs. As I'm a certified professional educator in Texas, you are assured that I have been finge... [more]

Hi, I'm Dave! I am a published PhD in Economics with degrees from both U.T. and A&M. My transcript shows 37 hours of college math and untold statistics hours. My 2016 GRE score was 170/170 and 170/170. Since 2012, I have teamed up with: high school students, against algebra, geometry, precalc, calculus, and statistics; and college students, against math, calculus, statistics, micro- and macro-economics; and test-takers, against GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT. I will meet you at your ... [more]

I tutor many students in precalculus as it is an integral (calculus pun) stepping stone to calculus, though it seems scary at first glance. I took, and excelled in, precalculus before moving on to calculus 1, 2, and 3. Learning is a very personal experience, and as such I feel that it is best to tailor my tutoring style to fit the student's needs. That said, you really have to mesh well with your tutor, and I may not be the right fit for everyone. I know that there are many learning styles, and my own varies by subject. I also know that learning can be very frustrating; I found myself on more [more]

I have over six years experience teaching students math and physics in middle school, high school, and college. For the past six years I have also been involved in Physics Education Research at Texas State University and have published papers and articles on my findings. I have a B.S. in Physics with a minor in Applied Mathematics and I am currently pursuing my M.S. in Physics with a minor in Secondary Education at Texas State University. My interest in teaching math and physics comes from... [more]

I have taught and tutored Pre-Calculus for over 20 years. I particularly enjoy the trig portion of this course. So often I find that students have been presented with steps and rules rather than the development of the why something works. Therefore, I take the time to develop concepts and understanding of the mathematics. I have tutored in the south Austin area for the past six years as well as provided instruction for home schooled students. I have taught the following elementary and secondary courses: 5th, 6th, 7th & 8th grade math, Algebra I, Pre-AP Algebra I, Geometry, Pre-AP Geometry, Al [more]

Hello, My name is Joe and I'm a licensed electrical engineer with passion for app development. I'm a former coding bootcamp instructor and I miss mentoring. I'm fluent in JavaScript and Python, including computer science fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring math and coding. I taught ESL many years and very comfortable teaching students whose native language is not English. I'm strictly focused on in-demand skills that have business value. ... [more]

I've had a lifelong love of math and science. I recall when I first started school at a boarding school in Guatemala that we were asked to state what we wanted to be when we grew up. I stated I wanted to be a scientist. Well, I did, in a way. I became a computer scientist. But I'm interested in almost all sciences and mathematics. I started college as a biology major thinking I'd get a degree in botany. Through the course of study, I changed my major to mathematics, and I got a B.S. in mat... [more]

Pre-Calculus will likely be the most difficult course that you or your student will take during high school. A firm understanding and ability to manipulate trigonometric functions in both the real and complex plane is imperative to success. Moreover, familiar topics such as conic sections will be presented in new ways, which will challenge you to think of their properties in novel and more useful ways. Lastly, new material such as parametric and polar equations, in addition to the concept of mathematical limits, will require the mastery of unfamiliar techniques. With my wealth of supplemental [more]

I first took precalculus my tenth grade year in high school and enjoyed the material as it prepared me for calculus. I understand the desire for students to want to master this material before stepping into college level material and I appreciate it. I was able to go into Calculus prepared with the foundation I took from Precalculus. My experience as math tutor, specifically in Algebra has also prepared me well to understand difficulties students have with math. It has also helped me with techniques to emphasize conceptual learning and get students to slow down when approaching math problems. [more]

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