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(13) Private Algebra 1 Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Avon

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YUWA

Scared of mathematics? Take a small step towards big success.

Dear All, I have been working as a tutor since 2004. I worked as a math teacher abroad for four years, and I am currently working as a math tutor at Monroe Community College. I understand that explaining math is much more than just solving the problem. It involves understanding the previous knowledge of each student. I can devote my experience achieved in last seven years to prepare students' foundation for bigger challenges that students might come across in future. Yuwa ... Read more


Thomas

Taught EET for 37 years at RIT

I have earned a Masters' degree in Physics and EE. The former from NYU and the latter degree while teaching at RIT for 37 years. I've also taken many graduate courses in Computer Science. While at RIT, I've written 3 books, in Linear Electronics and two on Digital Signal Processing. Prior to teaching at RIT, I worked in industry for 6 years which included aviation, submarines and computers. I've taken many courses and utilized my knowledge while teaching EET courses. If you have any... Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Katherine

Passionate tutor with lots of tips for standardized tests

Senior at SUNY Geneseo: Sociology and Music Performance major, experience in tutoring and teaching up through college level I specialize in teaching math, music, and French. I understand the stress and importance of standardized tests and I've worked hard to find every way to succeed at AP and Regents exams and the SATs (math score: 800, reading score: 760, writing score: 800). I've worked with students of all levels to learn concepts for class and to prepare for specific exams. I've also been playing French horn for 10 years, so do contact me if you're interested in lessons. Feel free Read more


Alexander

Physics/Math/CS and fun with Virtual Reality!

I've been in education for 12 years now, having taught all age groups. I wanted to become a teacher because I struggled a lot with ADHD in high school and college, but finally managed to focus it into productive studying and by the time I was in grad school I wanted to help other students, regardless of whatever causes them difficulty. I have a teaching certification in Maryland in Physics and Math, an pending certification in NY for Physics and Math, and an expired NC certification in gen... Read more


Kai

A right teacher makes a big difference!

Why do I truly believe that a teacher can make big difference in student's future? Through my own experience, I was fortunate to have a few best middle-high school math and science teachers, so I know the difference, besides it seems obvious. A good teacher helps to build a strong intellectual ability through the subject matter then it goes beyond, and no subject is more important than math. Therefore, choose a good math tutor also can make a big difference. Why do I believe I am a ver... Read more


James

Easy going Nutritional Therapist for math and nutrition.

In the early 2000s I spent two years as an aide in a Math and Science Alternative Education setting. During this time I assisted students with everything from basic math skills to algebra 1. The following year I took a position teaching mainstream math, including algebra 1 and geometry. Since then I have worked as a carpenter, a bookkeeper and in the printing industry. All these positions required me to apply my math skills in the real world. Two years ago I went back to school and became cer... Read more

Teaches 3 subjects


Kenneth

Experienced in math with flexible schedule

Hello, I am a current undergraduate student who is double majoring in electrical engineering and applied mathematics. I am free for the 2017-2018 year because I decided to take time off of school to work. Through two years of college I have taken and received A's in calculus 2, calculus 3, differential equations, discrete math, linear algebra, and numerical analysis. I also excelled in my engineering courses that heavily involved mathematical calculations using advanced concepts such as imagi... Read more


Steven

Algebra I, II, Chemistry

I am originally from Southeastern Pennsylvania, West Chester, PA., and moved to Rochester in 1970 after graduating from college. I have three married daughters and many grandchildren. I majored in both Chemistry and Math because I enjoyed them. I went to Temple Univ., Philadelphia, where I learned Chemical Engineering Technology, and then went to West Chester Univ. where I learned liberal arts Chemistry and Math. In Rochester, I worked for Olin Chemical on McKee Rd. in the organic research la... Read more

Teaches 4 subjects


Jagjit

Experienced Tutor with Specialization in Physics and Math

I graduated with a doctorate degree in physics with specialization in theoretical atomic physics from Western Michigan University. I have obtained my master's degree with research in theoretical nuclear physics from Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI. I would like to further nurture my interest in theoretical atomic physics or astronomy. I am passionate about both physics and mathematics. Surely, you cannot deal with physics without having a strong background in mathematics but ... Read more


Gabrielle

Student at SUNY Geneseo

I'm a senior Economics and Psychology double major at SUNY Geneseo. I will be attending law school in the fall, but I haven't decided where I will be going yet. In high school, I helped tutor other students and taught classes to middle schoolers at my church. In college, I have been helping my peers in a less formal way. I'm getting back into formal tutoring because I have a passion for helping people and it would be a good way to make some money on the side! High school algebra, 5 on AP C... Read more


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