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(35) Private Algebra 1 Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Bahama

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Anne

Mathematics - AP Calculus through Differential Equations

My favorite part of working as a math TA has always been interacting with my students, explaining concepts in different ways so that they make sense. I have worked with classes including Calculus 1, Calculus 2, and Differential Equations at Duke University for the past six semesters, where I graduated with distinction in Mathematics. I have also privately tutored for Calculus (AP and college classes), Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. As a TA where I lead discussion sessions, t... Read more


Jelise

Math and Recreational Tutor

I am Jelise B., a college student with a passion for mathematics and sports/recreation. I currently study at North Carolina Central University pursuing a bachelor's degree. My major is Business Administration with a focus in Finance and Management. I have been tutoring for approx. 4 years now and have worked with elementary and middle school students. I began tutoring during high school by helping peers with their math assignments and my career started there. I have tutored through local elem... Read more

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Amy

Experiened Math Educator including SAT, ACT, GRE, GED

My experience includes teaching 13 years of mathematics in middle and high school. During this time, I have tutored dozens of students outside of school hours. I have worked with math curriculum at the district level for 4 years. My most recent position is with district and state testing.... Read more


Brittany

Certified Spanish/ESL Teacher for English, Spanish, and Math Tutoring

I was a Spanish teacher for 6 years, and I have taught and tutored students of all ages and ability levels (K-12 students and adults). I am a certified Spanish and ESL teacher, but I can also tutor most levels of math (except Calculus) and English (grammar, composition, and literature). I am very passionate about education, and I work with each student I teach or tutor to meet their individual needs.... Read more


Jamie

I believe that any child can succeed in math!

I am currently a 6-9 math teacher. I have been teaching math for 8 years. My favorite part of teaching is helping students who have routinely been unsuccessful in math, grow in their confidence in math and begin to see success. I will never give up on a student or allow them to believe they can not succeed! Instead I will constantly work on various ways to breakdown and explain topics based on an individual student's learning style . I am licensed in all 6-8 math courses as well as math 1... Read more


Alan

Ivy League PhD

I have a BS in "Computer Software" (meaning programming rather than hardware design). Most of my work for the BS was actually done at the Graduate level, which makes me eligible to teach CompSci at the college level according to most accrediting organizations. I have, in fact done so at five different colleges. Pascal was the language of choice when I was learning to program, so I had to learn it, and used it for many years until I switched to C++ and Java. It is a much better language than C for basic programming training, but lacks a standardized object oriented implementation. Read more


William

Math Tutor

I come from Singapore, a city state country in South East Asia. The average national score for both math and science in Singapore are more than 85% and 80% respectively. I had been in tutoring since 2002, joining a tuition center for 3 years teaching a small class size of 4 to 15. I became a full-time tutor in 2004. My specialty is in Mathematics (Basic), Additional Mathematics (Advance) and Physics (science) for the age group of 13 to 17. To prepare the students for Cambridge GCE 'O' Leve... Read more


Abby

Duke Ph.D. Available for English, Math, History Tutoring

I recently earned my Ph.D. in English from Duke University, where I have worked as an instructor and teaching assistant in courses ranging from composition to literature to film analysis to gender studies. I have also worked as an instructor for Duke Talent Identification Program (TIP), where I taught classes on creative writing, public speaking, and cultural analysis. I consistently receive feedback from students that they have extremely positive experiences in my classroom. In particular, s... Read more


Alix

Patient and Enthusiastic Educator in Durham - SAT, writing, math, etc

In 2014, I graduated magna cum laude from Williams College, a small liberal arts school located in the mountains of Massachusetts, and earned a B. A. in Biology and History. I worked as a peer tutor and T.A. at Williams, helping students struggling in Biology 101, Biology, 102, and Botany courses. Since graduation, I have continued to teach in a variety of capacities: first, as a field instructor for Teton Science Schools, educating middle schoolers about the geology, biology, and ecology of ... Read more


Emma

Duke Biomedical Engineer. I make the impossible probable! I like math.

Hello prospective learners, I'm Emma! A little about me, I'm currently a Duke University senior studying Biomedical Engineering. I am specializing in Tissue and Cellular Engineering. As a university student, I have been explored many different ways to not only be the most effective but the most efficient ways for me to study and learn; I study differently depending on the subject and have a lot of different techniques that I use myself. I am currently doing independent research in protein eng... Read more


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