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Please call me Miss Peggy--it is much friendlier than Margaret. I absolutely LOVE to teach! It is a joy to help students of all ages, even adults! We manage to have a little fun with it as you learn. Math and English are my specialties! I break them down to the basic "nuts and bolts," so you actually understand HOW and WHY they work. How can I help you succeed? Elementary, middle school and high school math, reading, English, social studies, science? Help with ADD/ADHD? Preparing for t... [more]

I'm an Algebra I teacher at Ouachita Parish High School in Monroe, LA. I've been teaching all versions of Algebra I and Geometry for the past 9 years and I've enjoyed every minute of it. Students tend to gravitate to the simplicity in which I explain things. My rapport with my students have helped me to achieve success in and out of the classroom. On the college level, I tutored for the Center for Academic Student Success at the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2002. Explaining math is... [more]

I have been a teacher for the past forty-four years, teaching at all levels from elementary to high school. I taught for thirty-two years in Barbados at the secondary school level, one year at the middle school level and eleven years at the elementary school level. The latter two were in the Bronx, New York. Although I have taught many subject areas, Mathematics has been my primary focus. My education consists of a teaching certificate in Secondary Education for Erdiston teachers' C... [more]

I am an Alabama certified math teacher that loves to work one-on-one with students. You can be successful with the right guidance and I would love to help you. I want you to understand what you are doing and not just memorize problems. I want to help you build a solid base so you can move forward on your own. You don't have to say "I'm not good in math". Let's practice to get you on your way. I have taught at public and private schools and the classroom does not fit... [more]

Hi! I'm Nathan. I recently graduated high school from Madison Central, and I will be attending Duke University in the fall under an engineering scholarship! Math and science have always been my favorite subjects. Throughout high school, I've tutored many students from elementary to middle schoolers and my own peers. As VP of our school's Mu Alpha Theta Club, I scheduled and ran tutoring sessions early in the morning for students seeking help. With all the available tutors and tutees. We accum... [more]

After a long time as a student and some experience working in academia, I took a different career track but retained my love of teaching. I have experience teaching large groups, individual students, and even working as a coach in athletics. My youngest student was ten, although I most frequently teach in the 15-22 age bracket. My teaching philosophy centers around association and relation of ideas: students will relate new ideas to old ones, or to patterns with which they are already famil... [more]

I am a graduate student in aerospace engineering at Mississippi State University. I've helped many people over the years make easy A's in math classes and I can definitely help you also. I will break down each problem step-by-step and tell you what's happening and why. I value your time as much as mine, and I try to be as efficient as possible, but what matters is you understand the material at the end of the day. I do this by teaching with jokes, note cards, or whatever else will help you. ... [more]

I am able to bridge the advanced concepts of Algebra with the fundamental skills needed for Calculus. I am a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a BS in Atmospheric Sciences and a Minor in Mathematics. I have over 10 years of math tutoring experience throughout high school and college. I am comfortable with all middle and high school math, and basic college level math courses including Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Elementary Statistics, and Calculus I. These many years of tutoring throughout high school and college have allowed me to be able to recall and teach most. [more]

I am not your typical tutor who simply comes to your home, shakes your hand, helps with homework and leaves smugly believing my job is done (and wait for that fat paycheck to come). There is a fundamental reason you need a tutor, it is because there is a gap or weakness in your knowledge. When I come into the picture, I find that gap and close it or strengthen that weakness. I promote independence from tutors and view myself as a temporary crutch rather than a permanent solution. The differen... [more]

I have taught precalculus, algebra and trigonometry at the University of New Orleans with much success many times over the last 32 years. I have also conducted many workshops on precalculus topics for high school teachers . From my perspective, Precalculus completes the formal study of the elementary functions begun in Algebra 1 and Algebra 2. Students focus on the use of technology, modeling, and problem solving involving polynomial, rational, root, trigonometric and circular functions, their inverses, polar coordinates, complex numbers, conics, and quadratic relations. Discrete topics inc [more]

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