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Precalculus refers to the collection of mathematics concepts that students should know before learning calculus. Topics include algebra, trigonometry, sets, complex numbers, various kinds of functions, vectors, matrices, limits, and more. I have tutored several students in precalculus over the past several years. I am an experienced, full-time tutor currently tutoring students from 1st grade level up to college level in Honolulu. I tutor a multitude of subjects, including English reading and writing, geometry, algebra, calculus, trigonometry, geography, and standardized tests, such as the ACT, [more]

For as long as I can remember, I've loved teaching. I began as a peer tutor of Spanish and math in high school, and later I made a living teaching English to locals and Japanese to fellow foreigners during the four years I lived in Japan after graduation from college. After returning to the U.S., I spent two years teaching "behind the scenes" as an author and editor of online accounting homework problems for Aplia (part of Cengage Learning). I now spend most of my days offering standardized t... [more]

I have a strong passion for math and pride myself on making obscure concepts easy to understand and fun! I am a Visiting Professor at Chamberlain University, a Lecturer at Leeward Community College, and an Adjunct Instructor at Embry-Riddle University. I previously taught at Gonzaga University and the University of Oregon. I have proven teaching skills to effectively communicate a wide range of mathematical concepts to a diverse group of students, from children to adult learners. I can hel... [more]

My name is Michelle and I hold a cleared California Teaching Credential and a Hawaii Teaching Credential. I hold degrees in: Language and Literature; Math, Science, and Engineering; Social Sciences; Liberal Studies; Earth Systems Science and Policies; Instructional Science and Technologies. When I am not teaching, I love to snowboard all over the world. I love backpacking through different states and spending as much time as possible in nature. I travel, explore, and decompress by readin... [more]

Hi, I?m Kayla! I have experience teaching middle school and high school math in both public and private schools, having taught every level of math between pre-algebra to pre-calculus. I have also worked as a tutor for kids from 4-16 years old, including everything from reading and phonics to essay writing to simple and advanced math. I enjoy helping students develop confidence in their abilities and solve problems they didn't think they could. As someone who spent years disliking math but w... [more]

I graduated from Washington State University in May 2012 with a B.S. in Theoretical Mathematics and a minor in Physics. Going through this difficult process with a wife and two young children, I recognize the challenges modern families face. Since graduating, I have started helping friends and other students with their studies, and found I have quite a knack for breaking down complex ideas and making them easy to understand. I thoroughly enjoy teaching, and I can honestly say that tutoring... [more]

I am not an Engineer but I spent many years doing engineering work. From this experience I applied many math models to solve real world problems not only in engineering but also in business. I have a graduate degree in business management. I spent 25 years at HPU as a Management and Math professor. I believe that young people need to know why they are studying math. In my teaching style I like to incorporate real world examples to better understand the process. ... [more]

Common pre calculus classes I tutor are.. UH 140 HS Pre-Calculus. (which often includes trig) IB (Kaiser HS, Mid Pac) 140-2 Embry Riddle (other online typical of Military) My background on this is: -8 years tutoring math at the Lake Tahoe Community College Learning Center, 5 years in Hawaii -Formerly I did very well, but it is becoming very familiar with all the topics that show up which is a major advantage. The common Internet tools referred to are: desmos This is very useful for studying slopes, domains, quadratic equations, analyzing polynomials scatter plots and much more. wol [more]

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Hello. I am a lifelong learner of math and science who likes to connect the dots, and I would like to share what I have learned. I have taught algebra and trigonometry in college. I have also tutored high school and college algebra, calculus, and everything in between for several years, plus linear algebra and differential equations. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor's in math and a minor in physics. I was not always interested in math, but I was always interested in science. ... [more]

I have taught every math class in the high school curriculum (all Algebras, Geometry, Pre-Calculus and AP Calculus) for 6+ years. I pride myself on my ability to consider problems from multiple perspectives and thus have different explanations for any given question. I think this lends itself to appealing to various problem solving and critical thinking styles. ?What a child can do in cooperation today he can do alone tomorrow? (Vygotsky). I try to provide students with material understanding and foster critical reasoning so they might become more conscious, independent thinkers. Bringing kno [more]

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