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(17) Private Algebra 1 Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Aurora

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Adary

Tailored learning for success from a top-10 US university tutor

My focus when I tutor is on tailoring the learning process to each of my students; my goal is to develop students' learning abilities and skill sets so that eventually they will not need to have a tutor in that particular subject. The goal is that students will learn to apply strategies they learn from me to all manner of problems and not just the one or two or three that is on their assignments. I try to provide detailed reasoning/proofs behind concepts that we cover, although in different s... Read more


Chia

Help for your math needs!

I've had experience teaching and tutoring math as a grad student in math, and currently work as a math tutor at the community college. It's been very gratifying to take students who are struggling with math to the point where they are crying and get them to feel better about their progress. I try hard to prepare students not just for the class they're currently taking, but also give them a good background for future math classes. One of the stumbling blocks for some students is simple lack o... Read more


Amy

Score High! Patient Test Prep for Math, English, Reading, Sciences

Hi! Do Math & English seem like foreign languages? Or have you plateaued at the C level? Learn tricks to buzz thru Math. Learn how to read and write with impact. About me: I earned degrees in Math, Art & Physiotherapy. I've worked at college Math departments, Film and Massage Therapy. I love that "Ah-ha!" moment, when it all clicks together for you! Let's get results - boosted grades and confidence! How do you learn best? Many people are visual learners. We'll find your best study to... Read more


Carlos

The Right Personal Connection Can Lead to the Right Brain Connections

Allow me to quickly describe my own educational history. I attended Santa Clara University directly out of high school because Dad, my adoptive father, thought I'd make a good engineer like himself; this was mostly because I had a superior aptitude for math and was pretty good at drawing and computer programming, at least for that time. I attended school there for a year and a term before I began experiencing health problems--since resolved--and tried to switch to performing arts, and my pa... Read more


Roland

Math Tutor With a Knack for Test-Taking

I'm an enthusiastic proponent of math and reading. I have a Master's degree in Journalism from Boston University, with a specialty in Science Communication. I have over 20 years of experience as a technical writer and marketing communications writer for high tech companies. Along the way, I've written and edited documents for an contractor at Goddard Space Flight Center, a nuclear research laboratory, and a long list of high-tech companies. I've also taught BASIC computer programming at the ... Read more


Haitham

Accounting, Finance & Math / (English & Arabic speaker)

I'm specialist in financial accounting, managerial accounting, and intro to finance for undergraduate students in universities and colleges as well as a specialist in math (algebra, calculus, prealgebra, precalculus, geometry, and linear algebra) for school students from Grade 6 to high school and undergraduate students. I'm currently an Accounting Instructor at PCC. I also have nine years of experience in tutoring private lessons in math and accounting. I use different techniques to get the... Read more


David

Professional Tutor with over 47 years experience

Children's education is a parental responsibility. Most parents strive to gear their children so that they have the best chance for success in adulthood. This requires exposure of the student to numerous aspects of life including basic, core and elective education. Schools, teachers and tutors may be part of the solution, or they may be part of a problem. I am part of the solution. Teaching is a difficult and time-intensive profession. Teachers must not only understand the subject matt... Read more


Masamichi

very patient and enthusiastic tutor!

I am currently working as an engineer after receiving my master's degree in Engineering. I worked as a tutor, teaching and research assistant for 3 years. I love teaching math, science and Japanese language. I would describe myself as a patient and enthusiastic tutor. Any student who need help for math, science and Japanese language should be my potential students. Please feel free to contact with me. I will do my best to help you understand the subject. ... Read more


Alannah

Alannah: Math Tutor

My name is Alannah, and I recently graduated from St. Mary's Academy. In the fall, I will be attending Yale University. I was a volunteer tutor at Mathnasium when I was an underclassman, where I worked with elementary, middle, and high school aged kids. As an upperclassmen, I racked up over a hundred math tutoring hours through my school's National Honors Society. I love math and teaching it! I really have a passion for math, and I love sharing that passion with others. Feel free to con... Read more


Berry

Learn math by studying art and nature.

I created the the Symmetry, Shape and Space course at Marylhurst University. A second title could be Geometry for Fine Arts students. This course is popular because I apply mathematics to art and nature. Spirals and the golden ratio are used to analyze art from the pyramids to Mondrian. Students count petals on flowers to discover Fibonacci numbers, 1. 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 13. etc. Students work with compass, string and scissors to design geometric shapes in the same way that Euclid taught ab... Read more


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