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Knowledge and wisdom are my passion, and to that extent so must teaching and learning be. I develop Number Theory and Abstract Mathematics on my own; I'm the kind of person that goes to sleep working on complicated Math problems in my head. I have studied many different languages from a young age, including linguistics and phonetics, which gives me an edge on teaching every language, especially pronunciation. I'm always striving to learn more and enjoy nothing more than passing my knowledge o... [more]

Hi there, I am an Engineering student at Fresno State, currently in my 3rd year working towards a Bachelors in Computers. I have aced all my Calculus classes and I am two classes shy of getting a minor in Mathematics. Also, I have 3+ years of experience in tutoring Math to high school students. Some of the subjects I excel in include Algebra I, II, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. Besides being a Math nerd, I am capable of fixing computers; if your computer is running slow or if it has... [more]

I have been teaching Mathematics for 2 1/2 years and tutored for 4 years prior to that. I hold a degree in Mathematics with credentials to teach in California and North Carolina. I am currently taking a break from teaching because my husband and I have recently moved to Arizona and have a baby on the way. Tutoring will best accommodate my family during this transition and will benefit YOU because you will be getting one-on-one help from a real classroom teacher! Subjects I have taught rang... [more]

I graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Amherst College in mathematics and economics. Then, I earned my Masters of Education from UMass Boston in curriculum and instruction. For the past five years, I taught in the Boston Public Schools (BPS) as a math teacher. While I mainly taught Algebra 1 and a Senior Math Seminar class, I am able to teach a wide variety of mathematics, as my license spans grades 5 to 12. I believe that building a student's conceptual understanding is the best way to in... [more]

Hi! I'm Verne. Currently, I am completing a Master's degree in Physics but I also have a bachelor?s degree in physics with a minor in mathematics. I have worked as a Physics and Mathematics teacher/tutor for several years so I am fully equipped and experienced to help you with your assignments, exam preps and improving your grades. I specialize in tutoring Physics, Algebra I and II, Pre-calculus and Trigonometry. My philosophy is that learning takes place best in a fun but studious atmosphe... [more]

I am a high school math teacher with more than a decade of experience looking to help students on a one on one basis. I can help with almost any high school level math or science class. I prefer to work with students individually or in small groups so I can focus on their individual needs.... [more]

I have a BA in Math and a Teaching Credential from Fresno State University that lets me teach any math subject at the high school level. That includes Precalculus. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a teaching credential both from Fresno State. I currently teach at a local high school and I have a few years experience at the middle school level. I have tutored kids ranging from 5th grade to Seniors in high school. I also have trained with the new common core standards and have been implementing them in my current lessons. I can teach any Math Subject 8-12 grade or from Algebra to Ca [more]

I am a senior student majoring in Math at CSU Fresno. I can help students who are struggling with Math or Physics. I have experience as a tutor and supplemental instructor at CSU Fresno. My main strategy is to provide a brief explanation and then let the student solve some exercises so that I can see what mistakes they are doing. I am very patient and knowledgeable. I am a serious person at work always focusing on the main objective: that my client improves his/her grades by mastering the co... [more]

In order to move forward to calculus, you have to grasp the basics of precalculus. Functions, graphing of functions, trigonometry, and an introduction to core calculus concepts are all topics covered in this course. I will show you how to identify parent functions, graph functions easily and effectively using transformations, and learn all the information you need to know for each individual set of concepts in order to proceed from one to another, all while pointing out how they are interrelated. [more]

Dear parent and/or student, First and foremost, thank you for having taken a few minutes to look at my tutor profile. I come to Wyzant with experience as an online and in-person tutor in the following subjects: Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Calculus AB, Chemistry, Spanish, and French. When I meet with students, both online or in person, I aim to establish myself on the same ground. I believe this is really important, because an already existent academic struggle may be dam... [more]

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