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Will travel 5 miles

$75 per hour.

4.95 841 ratings

Due to state wide-curricula, teachers have limited time to teach the basic foundation of pre-calculus. They must rush to get through all of the material. I believe that students must understand the "why", not just the "how" to solve a problem. Once my students understand the basic foundation of concepts, they quickly learn how to solve complicated problems. My desire to learn and teach has remained constant over the years. I find teaching to be one of the most rewarding parts of my life, and I love to see my students excel and feel confident in their abilities! I know that my extensive teachi [more]

I have extensive experience tutoring a broad range of math, chemistry, and physics courses. I've been freelance tutoring for 5+ years and also have several years of experience tutoring for universities. On top of that I have been a teaching assistant in physics for 3 years. I can tutor both lower level and upper level math and physics classes, from high school level to sophmore/junior college level. My approach to teaching is based on you're needs as student. So whether you need a tutor to ... [more]

Hi! A few words on my qualifications: I possess a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a master's degree in Education, and have 5 years of combined full-time and substitute teaching experience. I have also worked as an in-home tutor in the Durango and Fort Collins areas. My students consistently gained greater confidence, improved study skills, and higher grades after I worked with them, and I would love to see the same improvement in your child. My specialty is high school-level mathemat... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I have a bachelors degree in chemistry from a small school in Arkansas, though I took organic chemistry for majors at our own CSU! I love chemistry, am a nerd through and through. During my studies, I tutored in organic chemistry, as well as doing TA work for a chemistry class. Additionally, I've had seven internships in organic, analytical, polymer, and forensic chemistry, the most recent of which were in Germany! All that required a bit of technical writing, and I enjoy creative languag... [more]

Precalculus is the vital stepping stone toward beginning of understanding the work around us via trigonometry, geometry, and algebra. I have tutored high school students whilst a graduate student in preparation for calculus at college. I have many years of formal training (I have a PhD in experimental particle physics) and the years of experience as a teacher. I have tutored in mathematics and physics during my graduate years while earning my PhD in experimental particle physics. I have a passion for mathematics and physics and love continuing to learn myself. I find it rewarding to see ot [more]

I am currently a physics instructor at Front Range Community College at the Larimer campus. I began tutoring in high school. I studied physics and math at the George Washington State University (Bachelors in Science) while continuing to tutor throughout my years there. After this, I joined the graduate program at Colorado State University where I received my M.S. in Physics. I have had over 4 years of teaching experience at CSU, which include many hours in tutoring, instructing physics labs, ... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 209 ratings

I have always liked math and it is even more enjoyable for me when I can help someone else understand it. I have a BS in Electrical Engineering and through earning that I have understood how important it is to have a good foundation in the basics of mathematics. I've seen a lot of my fellow college classmates, friends, and relatives give up on math because it is too difficult for them to understand, but that isn't true! Everyone can learn math but it may just take a different approach than... [more]

When taking Pre-Calc and Calculus, I came upon several textbooks to help my fellow classmates understand the classes. Pre-Calc is mostly based on trigonometry, so going back to certain rules can help explain why problems work out differently in Pre-Calc. I prefer to build a foundation to the subject and continue from there to ensure my students' knowledge of the subject is expanding. I've always loved learning. I know understanding certain subjects may be difficult for students, so I've worked to help them better obtain the knowledge they need. Whether I was tutoring peers older than me, young [more]

Hi, my name is Deb. I love learning, and because I do, I am excited to help you find success in learning. I am a kind, perceptive person. I want to support, facilitate and show you, my student, how to master the ideas you are desiring to truly learn. I am patient and have a great sense of humor, which makes the process fun! I can ask questions to help you find solutions to problems and I will answer questions when you ask. We will take as much time as you need, we will do and redo ideas until... [more]

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

4.91 160 ratings

I took Precalculus two years before most students, and passed the class with an "A+". I later moved on to take AP Calculus and college-level Calculus 2 - both of which build off of the basics from this course. I have also tutored students in trig and precalc (very similar courses) to great success, and I continue to use much of this class in every math class I take. As a chemistry graduate student, I am constantly refining my skills as an educator as well as a student. After amassing thousands of hours of professional teaching experience in several different settings, I am confident that my [more]

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