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This course was a prerequisite for the statistics courses I completed in graduate school. I am current on this course. I just completed a college-level precalculus course to fulfill a continuing education requirement with an overall grade of "A." Puzzled about how the Krebs and the Calvin cycles fit in with the carbon cycle? Want to know how muscles and nerves function? Frustrated by the difference between standard deviation and standard error? Need help on ANOVA, ANCOVA, and linear regression? Ever wonder how economic numbers are seasonally-adjusted and why? Need advice on analyzing data [more]

Having assisted students in a math study hall during his undergraduate days at the University of Kentucky, he also worked as a teaching assistant in physics courses at the University of Chicago and in mechanical/aerospace engineering classes at Rutgers University. He worked one-on-one with students working on independent study engineering projects at Rutgers and at Georgia Tech. At both the University of New Mexico (Continuing Education) and at the Lockheed Martin Corporation in Mariett... [more]

Experience! Enthusiasm! Excellence! I guarantee all 3! I am an EXPERIENCED classroom teacher at the middle school and high school levels and tutor for students from grade 3 to college students and adults, having taught in Arizona, Nevada, Ohio, and Canada. In addition to teaching and tutoring experience, I have designed curriculum and grade-level specific reading incentive programs. I have a great deal of experience creating innovative, fun, interactive and challenging ways for students... [more]

I have been teaching math since 2005. I worked in Chicago and Toledo. I have been working in Dayton since 2012. I taught math in middle and high school. I love teaching math. It makes me really happy when student asks a question. I believe that students learn better when lesson is related to real life and more interactive. I got my master's degree in curriculum and instruction. I am trying to get my second master's degree in curriculum and instruction in mathematics concentration. Do yo... [more]

My greatest passion in life is teaching. I had experienced great success at school and at university due to amazing and unforgettable teachers. This is the foundation of my commitment to helping out my students, whatever their abilities may be. Currently, I am studying at university of Dayton to get my masters degree in engineering management field, and also I am a master tutor in Sinclair community college. I have been tutoring and teaching for 2 years in various settings ? tutoring smal... [more]

I am a high school math teacher with 12 years experience. I have taught pre-algebra, algebra, geometry, algebra 2, integrated algebra/geometry, pre-calculus, trigonometry, statistics and beginning calculus. My strengths are algebra, algebra 2, beginning calculus and beginning statistics.... [more]

My name is Emily and I tutor a variety of high school and college math subjects. I have always had a passion for math and I love helping students grow and become more confident in their math abilities. I have previous experience tutoring at Mathnasium as well as tutoring students at the University of Tampa. By assessing each student's individual needs and abilities, I am able to figure out where concepts have been missed so that I can help them master these concepts. I graduated from the Uni... [more]

I tutor in a math lab in a community college. Many students come into the lab with precalculus questions, such as determining shifts of a graph, finding zeros of polynomials, and applications of trigonometric functions. I have been able to help these students by providing simple answers to difficult questions that are easy to both understand and apply. I love to learn, and I love to teach even more. I became a tutor at a community college in 2012. Working at a community college, I realize and understand that most students struggle to make ends meet. As a result, I am one of the most affordab [more]

I taught college algebra at Central State which included analytical geometry as well as polynomial equations and their manipulation. In the various physics courses that I have taught, I discussed vectors as represented in both cartesian and polar coordinates as well as introducing the concept of differentiation and integration of functions from a precalculus perspective. I have taught Physics at Wright State University for the better part of 20 years; for each student to have a chance of succeeding in physics, they had to know mathematics, and I would often describe in detail what they neede [more]

?Before I met you,? one of my students just told me, ?I was completely lost, but you have broken everything down for me in a way I can understand.? I absolutely love hearing this! It?s an intangible fruit-of-labor worth more than the newest iPhone X you?re using to read this. If your goal is to speak English like a native, I?m a pro at that! Not only do I have a 120-hour Advanced TEFL certificate, but I also work with over 50 different English learners per week via TutorABC. My current rati... [more]

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