- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 19
- Next →

Will travel 35 miles

$75 per hour.

4.93 55 ratings

Learning should be fun, empowering and exciting. I am an author, a professor, and a very experienced designer, programmer, technical director and media producer. I truly enjoy teaching, learning, media technology, innovation and education. I taught the first game development classes for the Low Angeles Unified School Dostrict and was the first Head of Education for The VR/AR Association. I go beyond teaching the fundamental concepts, and strive to impart a deep understanding of what th... [more]

Will travel 7 miles

$125 per hour.

4.98 173 ratings

Precalculus brings together several years worth of mathematical training and then adds even more. Greater mastery of rational functions and trigonometry is required, and then comes matrices and complex systems of equations. I am able to alert students of the core concepts that they need to know to succeed, making a massive heap of information more manageable and easy to understand. With over 15 years of tutoring experience and having graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Applied Mathematics from UCLA, I am among the most qualified math tutors available. I have been tutoring students in e [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.98 439 ratings

Pre-calculus (Algebra 3) lacks the rigor of calculus, but it is a very important subject, kind of an appetizer for what mathematics can do when applied to real-life situations. Graphing functions, solving polynomial equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequences and series, up to matrices and the all-important notion of limit are part of any serious baggage of knowledge for students heading to college. The challenge, in my opinion, is to get students to appreciate what they are learning. When I teach this subject, I try to come up with as many real-life uses for it as is possib [more]

Calculus is the foundation for math, science and technology; it paves the way. Calculus is a subject that requires success in previous topics. My degree is in Pure Math which means I studied calculus a few days a week for multiple years. After completing my degree I started teaching calculus. It was more then 20 years ago but I am still excited when I can share this beautiful material with my students. What engenders a love of math? How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why d [more]

Since calculus is my favorite mathematical field, I have a strong sense of importance for precalculus ideas. Precalculus prepares a mathematics student for the abstract leap needed to fully make sense of calculus. I love teaching precalculus and calculus because it forces any student to think about mathematics in a whole new, but fascinating way. Any student will see the beauty of this field if given the right kind of instruction. Precalculus material often tends to be the first opportunity for a student to really get excited about mathematics, and as a teacher, it is a wonderful opportunity f [more]

My background in high school mathematics is deep and well developed since I have been a dept chair numerous times, and have taught all levels of ranging from Pre-Algebra through Calculus AP. Your son or daughter will be able to easily understand my explanations because I keep it simple as we learn each component. It is my real pleasure to provide this service to my clients who find I meet their need. It is my hope that I can truly get your son or daughter feeling successful and confident with high school math again within a few of our lessons. I focus immediately on what they need as I seek [more]

I began tutoring other students while I was still in high school. I graduated from Caltech with a B.S., majoring in math and minoring in physics. I was awarded my Master?s degree in math from UCLA, tutoring to earn a living as I went through graduate school. I went on to a career in aerospace as an engineer and a second career as VP for Technical Marketing and Sales for several very large firms in the electronics industry. As part of my responsibilities, I set up training institutes to make o... [more]

Hi my name is Craig and I love math. I graduated with honors from the University of California Santa Barbara, where I obtained my Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences. Education is important to me as I feel it is the foundation for a successful life. I like to volunteer for my community, so teaching greatly appeals to me because it is rewarding and satisfying to see students progress through a difficult class or problem and be happy with their results. I love critical think... [more]

I'm a degreed engineer and manager with experience ranging from teaching Excel classes to helping the neighborhood kids (and adults!) with algebra and trigonometry. I really enjoy seeing the moment when the light bulb goes on in a student's head, when they gain understanding of a concept. I try to relate math problems to the "real world," and specifically to where the student wants to go with their own career, whenever possible. This tends to improve understanding and retention, as well as... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$48 per hour.

4.93 119 ratings

I help precalculus students develop the strong fundamentals of Math that they are going to need in Calculus. I review the six Trigonometric functions and their graphs, logarithms. I also cover complex numbers and polar coordinates. Finally, I preview limits and derivatives that will form the basis of Calculus. Hi everyone, My name is Matthew, and I am a UCLA grad with a bachelor of science in Electrical Engineering and a master of science in civil engineering. I have been doing private in-home tutoring in all areas of mathematics and physics for the past six years. My education in two entirel [more]

- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 19
- Next →