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Lindsey N. ...My other strengths are English and writing, but I have always been a well-rounded student looking to share with others the knowledge I have. My ultimate goal in life is to continue school and earn my PhD in Political Science so I can be a professor and continue my love of teaching others. My mo...
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Bethel Park, PA
Michelle C. ...I have been teaching elementary students for nine years. I customize my phonics programs to the needs of my students. Rod and Staff has one of my favorite phonics programs.
18 Subjects: including algebra 1, vocabulary, grammar, study skills
Pittsburgh, PA
Kelvin M. ...I majored in computer science, and I have a Masters in Information Systems Management from CMU in Pittsburgh. I have taught math classes at various levels in high school and college. I had a 740 out of 800 on my GRE exam quantitative section.
17 Subjects: including algebra 1, precalculus, soccer, Java
Pittsburgh, PA
Phil W. ...I recognized few boundaries, and mixed with everything from hard-core Plymouth Brethren to Greek Orthodox clerics to cultists from The Way. Now, almost 40 years later, I teach a seminar in Christian Apologetics. I also published my first book about the subject in 2012.
43 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, prealgebra, reading
Pittsburgh, PA
Benjamin H. ...Whether or not you realize it, linear algebra is the most used branch of mathematics. At least in the sense that it is the language used to describe and solve nearly all "real world" problems that do not have an exact solution. The fundamental concepts are as important as the computations themselves, and a mastery of the topic requires daily practice much like studying a foreign language.
7 Subjects: including calculus, physics, statistics, linear algebra
Pittsburgh, PA

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