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Suzanne O. ...I can tutor online or in person, although I think that face-to-face tutoring provides better results. There is nothing better than teaching and inspiring another person with the same interest that I have in knowledge and learning.I took Algebra in College with straight A's. I took Biology I and 2 in my B.A. degree I have a Bachelor of Arts with a minor in French and major in Spanish.
14 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, Spanish, French
$40.00/hr
Arlington, TX
Crystal O. ...I believe in real world application and analogies when working with my students. I have found that students tend to grasp material better when they can apply it in a way that makes sense in the every day, practical world. I have a very adaptive teaching style as well- I like to get to know my student and find out their learning preference.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, statistics, SPSS
$40.00/hr
Arlington, TX
Pamela P. ...Confidence, tenaciousness, and endurance are a few intrinsic benefits that come from sports participation. The thrill of reaching a long-awaited goal resulting from being focused, disciplined and committed prepares a child for the similar challenges that come later in life. :) I have several y...
41 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, dyslexia, writing
$45.00/hr
Hurst, TX
Kristin M. ...I have received training from the Michigan Dyslexia Society in Orton-Gillingam method of teaching reading. Orton-Gillingham is an intensive phonic-based approach to reading, and I have used it extensively with students over the years. I have studied learning theory and methodology both as an undergraduate in psychology and as a graduate student of special education.
24 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, elementary (k-6th)
$50.00/hr
Fort Worth, TX
John L. ...There are several concepts introduced in Algebra 2 that are not in Algebra 1 such as logs, conics, and complex numbers beyond the basics. I have a masters degree in mathematics and have taught high school Calculus for several years. The hardest part of Calculus is the first half.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, calculus
$75.00/hr
Southlake, TX

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