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James M. ...For three years during the mid-1980s, I was Softalk Magazine's contributing editor for Pascal and wrote their monthly column on Pascal programming, "The Pascal Path." During the late 1980s, I was on Apple Computer's internal interdepartmental advisory committee for Pascal implementation, represen...
22 Subjects: including statistics, English, writing, calculus
$50.00/hr
Santa Cruz, CA
John L. ...I have ten years of practical, hands-on computer programming experience through my work as a scientist. Python is my primary programming language. I have also programmed in Pascal and C.
18 Subjects: including statistics, chemistry, writing, geometry
$65.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Lewis H. ...I get extrordinary happiness out of seeing a student progress. For me, the greatest pleasure comes when I have explained a concept three different ways and finally the light goes on. The student says "I get it!" or "That's easy, why didn't you say that the first time."Algebra 1 is the first big hurdle to a technical career.
48 Subjects: including statistics, English, reading, writing
$100.00/hr
San Jose, CA
Aaron K. ...It was my favorite class that I took in my Math major, and I would feel very comfortable tutoring it. I tutored this subject informally with peers in the math center on campus. I took symbolic logic in college and received an A.
35 Subjects: including statistics, reading, calculus, geometry
$115.00/hr
Santa Clara, CA
Robin A. ...I have tutored many students in precalculus and am qualified to teach this subject in high school. I have taught AP Statistics for 5 years. I taught a year long college readiness course called AVID.
10 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Aptos, CA

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