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Hello, I am Tina. I recently graduated from UC Irvine with a degree in Chemistry and I have also received American Chemical Society certification for professional education while at the university. I have been tutoring students in math and science for the past couple of years. I've tutored math subjects ranging from common core mathematics to differential equations. I've also tutored students in chemistry, biology, and physics. I have taught students one on one and have also tutored in aft... [more]

I taught trigonometry/precalculus classes for many years in Los Angeles Unified. I like to teach trigonometry visually, using triangles and the unit circle. I can them transfer the information from these triangles to make the graphs of sine and cosine. Hello. I love mathematics, students of mathematics, and am enthusiastic about tutoring. I have a BA in Mathematics from UC Irvine, and a California Math Secondary teaching Credential. I have recently retired from LAUSD, where I taught high school math for 30 years that included 10 years in a gifted magnet program. I taught basic math, pr [more]

It may seem strange to begin with a statistic, but I trust you will agree it's not wholly inappropriate. During the 2009-2010 school year, my 11 AP Chemistry students had a 100% pass rate with the following score distribution: Seven of them scored a 5, three scored a 4, and one scored a 3. The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is that I only saw my students an average of 2.5 times per week (2 days one week, 3 days the next, alt... [more]

In 2015, I graduated as a double major in Applied Mathematics and Quantitative Economics with double minors in Statistics and Education. In high school, I passed 8 AP exams and received 5's on Calc AB, Calc BC, Statistics, and Chinese. I have been tutoring students since high school and have had many years of experience tutoring mathematics. Over the years, I have taught both privately and in classroom settings. My favorite part of teaching is making a difference in students' academic succes... [more]

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Trigonometry is typically not taught as a standalone subject. It is usually folded into a precalculus/math analysis class taken the year after Algebra 2. By far, student regularly cite this as the most challenging portion of a precalculus class. It requires a great deal of memorization and an ability to juggle multiple equations/identities. I usually spend a great deal of time drilling students in the unit circle. We then transition to the basic and intermediate identities. Proving an identity is typically the hardest task. Once students develop their basic knowledge sufficiently, I give t [more]

I have been teaching students from elementary school through adulthood since I was twelve years old. My mother, a teacher herself, showed me that students learn best when they are active participants in every stage of the learning process. Thus, I focus on understanding each student's educational background and learning style, so as to break each task into pieces that are easy for them to engage. I am energized by the tutoring process, and take great joy in seeing my students succeed. I am... [more]

For as long as I can remember, I have loved math. For the past 5 years I have worked as a credentialed high school math teacher (AP Calculus, Trigonometry, Statistics, Geometry) to ensure that all my students understand and feel confident in their own unique math talents. I have been tutoring students in math & SAT/ACT prep for 12+ years and have worked with hundreds of students to increase their math capabilities and comprehension. I graduated from USC with a full-ride academic scholarship a... [more]

I have always been interested in math, and trigonometry in particular is a lot of fun. I won a few math competitions in high school and got a degree from Caltech. I also have dedicated the past ten years of my life to teaching students of all levels in math, and helping them to make sense of abstract ideas. Hi, I'm Mike. I'm a patient, supportive teacher of math and computer science. You may be a parent looking for a tutor for your junior high or high school son or daughter. You may be a college student who needs a tutor, or maybe you want to learn something new for pure pleasure. Perhaps y [more]

First off: Hello, and thank you very much for considering me for your tutoring needs. My name is Mark M., born and raised in La Puente, California. Bishop Amat graduate, Rio Hondo College transfer, and currently in my final year of a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. I have always had a strong connection to math and sciences, even when I was as young 7 or 8 year old. I am currently enrolled in courses like Control Systems, Thermal Systems Design, and Finite Element Analysis. I ha... [more]

I look at Trigonometry as just Algebra and Geometry combined. This is the reason why I believe that having a strong foundation in both Algebra and Geometry really helps in succeeding in Trigonometry. Unfortunately, not all students who take Trigonometry have such strong foundations. My goal is strengthen students' abilities in solving Trigonometry problems by honing their Algebra and Geometry skills at the same time. I am currently tutoring two students who are taking Trigonometry as part of their class, and my teaching methods are diverse, and I rely on analogies to help students' see a Math [more]

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