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(54) Private Algebra 1 Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Aiea

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Michelle

Make math meaningful and painless!

I have been teaching mathematics for the last 25 years. I believe that all students can learn and excel if given the opportunity to do so. Believing you can do it is half the battle. I know that confidence plays a major role in a student's feeling about and success in this subject. Math is a beautiful subject if taught properly. There are a variety of methods that can be used all to arrive at the same answer. It's not so much the destination as it is the journey. ... Read more


Zoom

A Tutor To Help YOU Succeed

Teaching is “literally” in my blood. My father was a physics and math professor at Virginia State College and at New York Institute of Technology. My mother taught (Special Education) in the New York City public school system for over 35 years. Both of my parents have graduate degrees from New York University. My teaching début began early in life while instructing my sister, who was diagnosed with a hearing impairment at an early age. As we both grew up together, I would work tirelessly wi... Read more


Rex

Tutor with a college math tutor for 2 years

I have been a math tutor in Missouristate University for two years, I tutor from math 100 through math 500. And also be a teaching assistant for college algebra for one year, my job is grading quizzes and exams, sometimes holding help session before exams. I am in math major. And have exprerence on tutor. My advantage is teaching students easy way to understand math, if you don’t understand one way, I can always find another way. My first language is Chinese, I can help with Chinese, ... Read more


Joe

Masters Degree Tutor (area of Public Health and Health Sciences)

Hello my name is Joe. I am interested in tutoring work. I have a Master of Public Health degree and also a Master of Science in Health Sciences. My undergraduate degree is Chemistry. As a tutor, I will do my best to assist students attain and master the knowledge or skills they require for a class or an academic examination. What makes me an outstanding math tutor is that I have completed Calculus. I also have applied knowledge of biostatistics gained through a Master of Public Health... Read more


Arlene

Learning can be fun =)

Hello there! I have about six years' tutoring: 90% of my students are K-12th and 10% are college/adult students looking to review biology or writing. I have decided to continue tutoring because it a not just a job, it's a calling that helps me to serve my passion for being involved within my community but also reaching out to people who need assistance or just want to make sure they are on top of their work. Having come from Hawaii, everyone is family so everyone is treated with respect an... Read more


Aaron

Word and language lover, enthusiastic about learning!

I'm Aaron, a staff editor at The Kaleo newspaper in Honolulu. I write articles for several publications, some of which are digital, and am currently finishing my first book. I am a nationally ranked Scrabble player, and have been playing competitive Scrabble for 20 years. My teaching style is in line with the belief that the goal of learning needs to be found in each aspect of the task of learning. First, I assess the student's current relationship with the desired knowledge, then develop... Read more


Jameyia

Computer Engineering graduate with some free time on his hands

I graduate from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa (UH Manoa) with a bachelor's in computer engineering. During my time at UH Manoa, I was inducted into the Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) honor society for electrical and computer engineers. Through this process, all members had to tutor other students, typically in freshman and sophomore level engineering courses. Before attending UH Manoa, I studied for two years at Kaua'i Community College (KCC) on the island of Kaua'i. There I became president of t... Read more


Mark

Math and Athletics; I personally improved SAT-math from 530 to 800

I am one of the few people in the entire world to have scored an 800 on the SAT (revised standards). This unique differentiation has helped me to gain entrance to exceptionally selective schools like the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. To be honest, my I.Q is average. However, I have made up for this deficiency over my entire life through very hard work, perseverance, and by focusing upon basic math and science i... Read more


Douglas

25+ year Bio/Chem/Physics teacher voted "Best Male Teacher" twice!

Hi! Thank you for clicking on me! As a "Pre-Med" student at UC Santa Cruz, I discovered that all sciences are founded in physics, and I have taught the "Big Three; Biology, Chemistry and Physics" from 8th grade science through AP and Freshman College-level courses. I just transferred out of Carlsbad after 13 years of teaching Biology and Physics (through AP B Physics) at Punahou Academy in Honolulu, Hawaii and have returned to my beloved aina, Oahu. I have been chosen as a "Teacher Fellow" ... Read more


Juliana

Certified and understanding teacher to tutor all ages and subjects

One of 5 autistic spectrum disorders; a milder form autism without significant impairments in language and cognition; characterized by primary problems in social interaction. Aspergers syndrome is often thought of as "High Functioning Autism," because the person may not have speech or cognitive delays. The cause of Aspergers Syndrome is virtually unknown, but one thing we do know is that it is genetic. Even though a person with Aspergers Syndrome may have difficulty socially, they may have above average intelligence. Qualifications: I was a special education teacher in the state of Read more


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