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I am currently a high school teacher in a South suburb of Chicago, and I have worked in the same district for the last 15 years. I am licensed to teach Secondary Education, with endorsements in Mathematics and Business Computer Programming. Every year, I typically teach courses in Algebra and Geometry, as well as AP Computer Science (Programming in Java). In the past, I have also taught Probability and Statistics, and other computer programming courses, such as C, C++ and Web Programming. ... [more]

I have taken and scored a 4 on my AP Statistics exam during high school which involved knowing probability. Statistics/Probability is my concentration of my college major in mathematics. I have finished my course in probability that included everything from the binomial distribution, conditional probability, probability mass functions, the Gaussian distribution and everything in between. Ever since I can remember, I was always helping other students with math. I enjoyed helping my classmates succeed. It ultimately made me think about pursuing a teaching career. My goal is to show you that it i [more]

I taught probability in conjunction with every statistics course I ever taught. I have also taught probability in lower division courses such as College Math, College Algebra, and Problem Solving. I wrote a chapter on probability in several textbooks. I have tutored probability at 4+ colleges and 1 high school, for students using my textbooks (by phone or by email), and by students at other schools either taking statistics or preparing for the SAT or ACT. I have taught at 7 different colleges (public, private, and technical). I received awards for my teaching based on student evaluations - mos [more]

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I am a relatively young former college professor who taught for 11 years at local community colleges. I began my tutoring and teaching careers simultaneously so I also have 11 years of tutoring experience. Students tend to relate to me, as well as learn efficiently from my instruction. I have a wealth of mathematical and chemical knowledge. I am patient, prudent and capable of explaining to students in great detail. I am flexible in my teaching and tutoring styles. I am not the common "math g... [more]

I can provide one-on-one tutoring in Math and Science for middle and high schoolers as well as training for PSAT/SAT/ACT. Math subjects includes Algebra, Geometry and Trigonometry, both regular and honors classes. Science includes Chemistry and Physics, both regular, honors and AP classes. I focus on the student's areas of improvement and provide tutoring in the areas where the student needs help. I will also consider offering small group tutoring for all areas. Tutoring is performed at th... [more]

Teaching is my passion! I'm currently a graduate student in Lewis University's Secondary Education program with a focus in Middle School Math. I will complete my program and begin teaching in 2018. I've completed 60 hours of classroom clinical hours at Washington Jr. High in Joliet. I have an undergraduate degree from Howard University in Sociology and a Master's in Instructional Technology from University of Maryland University College. I am an Air Force veteran of 9 years; 3 of those ye... [more]

To students and parents: From my experiences, I've learned how to communicate confusing and difficult mathematical and statistical concepts in multiple ways that can be understood by anyone. If something doesn't make sense to you, I can explain it in several different ways and customize an explanation specifically for you such that we can leverage what you already know to help make the material clicks. I've been tutoring since I was in high school, learning effective methods of teaching an... [more]

Probability theory is the branch of mathematics concerned with the analysis of random phenomena. The outcome of a random event cannot be determined before it occurs, but it may be any one of several possible outcomes. The actual outcome is considered to be determined by chance. The central objects of probability theory are random variables, stochastic processes, and events or mathematical abstractions of non-deterministic events or measured quantities that may either be single occurrences or evolve over time in an apparently random fashion. Probability theory is essential to many human activit [more]

I have taught Logic at Roosevelt and Lewis Universities and tutored it as well. I tutor a variety of math subjects, from the SAT prep to algebra, trigonometry, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus, finite math, logic, probability and statistics. I started to tutor math when I was a university student, and ended as a professor supervising Ph.D. students in computer science and bio-engineering at the UIC. I have taught college math on all levels for sixteen years, including advanced subjects like complex variable, abstract algebra, numerical analysis and mathematical pattern... [more]

Probability is a fun subject. We all use it every day whether we realize it or not. Sometimes we rely on "empirical" probabilities as when we estimate which route to work in the morning will most likely be the fastest. Other times we have to resort to "subjective" probabilities when we make picks for a World Series or Super Bowl. With the proper approach probability is actually overly difficult. I am a fun-loving, pragmatic, task master. I believe in making math fun through the use of computational tricks and short cuts that are often no longer taught in schools. I recognize that some [more]

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