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In order to reach the mysterious lands of Calculus you must first pass through the valley of Precalculus, and it's not an easy trip! But Precalculus forms the building blocks of Calculus and your success in Calculus will be directly related to the strength of your Precalculus building blocks. Precalculus is a difficult subject mainly because it is an extremely broad math subject. You will learn about all kinds of functions, one-to-one functions, even functions, odd functions, power functions, logarithmic functions, exponential functions and many more. You will have to learn how to translat [more]

I have been teaching Math for 20+ years. During the past few years, I have tutored many students in Precalculus from Carmel High, North Central, Brebeuf, Park Tudor, Guerin and other schools. I have been teaching Math for over 20 years. Among the subjects I have taught are algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, and calculus. I have also helped students prepare for the SAT and ACT exams. I emphasize both the underlying concepts and problem solving skills. This helps the students understand and retain the material better.... [more]

There are many ways to improve oneself. None is quite like the power you get from educating yourself on how to better perform. As America moves forward, jobs are requiring more technical knowledge and expertise. And yet at the same time, the education system is bogged down and many students aren?t able to receive the individual attention that is really required to help them flourish. I can help you by providing that individual attention and modeling that is so necessary. As a mathematics and... [more]

I can help you master the skills to be successful in your Precalculus course. My engineering background gives me a deep understanding of all math subjects, but especially calculus and precalculus courses. If you intend to move on from precalculus to calculus, I can continue tutoring you as you move up the math food chain! Math and science were my favorite subjects throughout my formal schooling and I can help any student improve their knowledge in these courses by helping them enjoy the subjects rather than be intimidated by them. What are my credentials? I have a BS and MS in Aeronautical [more]

I have a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from The Ohio State University. I had left the job market in 2000 in order to be a full time mother. Now the children are all in school, and I would like to tutor again. I am also a substitute teacher for Hancock County. Thank you for taking the time to check out my profile. I look forward to working with you.... [more]

I came in the U.S as an international Student from Gabon in Africa. French is my 1st language. In September I completed my Bachelor's degree in Applied Mathematics, with a focus on Statistics. I mostly tutored college students during my undergrad but my last tutoring job was for a 5th grader. ... [more]

I have been a substitute teacher for over 8 years. I have a BA in Educational Studies with a concentration in Secondary Mathematics. I have passed the MTTC exams for the State of Michigan. I am a member of NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), and MEA (Michigan Educational Association). My qualifications include an Associates Degree in Humanities and Social Sciences, BS in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics and a diploma in Bookkeeping. It would be a pleasure to t... [more]

I have a Bachelors of Science degree, as well as a Masters of Business Administration. I decided I wanted to go into medicine, so I graduated from medical school. While working as a physician, I decided I wanted to go back to school, and that is how I got my Ph.D. in missiology/intercultural studies. I have taught at a variety of levels, including tutoring my two sons through high school (one in algebra 1 and 2, the other in biology and anatomy and physiology). I have taught as well at the gr... [more]

I like to learn and I like to share what I've learned. After getting undergraduate and Master's degrees in Psychology I earned a Ph.D. in Physiology and then did postdoctoral work in neurophysiology before being forced to find a paying job. I was on the faculty/staff of the University of Chicago and Northwestern University before going to the private sector where I've worked for a number of years providing clinical neurophysiology services. I recently discovered MOOCs and have completed Co... [more]

First of all, I don?t like math?I have a passion for it. I spend free time doing math problems the way others do cross-word puzzles, or watch soap operas. And, ironically, I wasn?t always a good math student. Until my second year of junior high I was just average in my math classes, and wasn?t recommended into advanced math. Then, in 8th grade, something remarkable happened?I got a GREAT math teacher. Mr. Lunsford made all the difference in opening a new world of understanding. A light s... [more]

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