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Terry F. ...From there I attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison where I earned a Master's in Math, and a PhD in Business Quantitative Analysis. My background is not just academic; I've had significant teaching experience teaching high school math through Teach for America. In addition, I've taught ...
41 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, physics
$60.00/hr
Pacific Palisades, CA
Phoebe W. ...She is sensitive to her students' struggles, such as feeling discouraged among other challenges. She develops individual learning plans addressing both overt academic challenges and inherent personal struggles. By allowing her students to read works of literature that embodied their own struggl...
54 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, physics, chemistry
$48.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Jill L. ...My educational background has given me excellent language and grammar skills, as well as a strong foundation in math and science. I love being able to help a student understand a subject with which they have previously struggled. I have tutored students in most math and science courses, and I am comfortable with all grade levels, from elementary school to college.
28 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, chemistry, writing
$75.00/hr
Woodland Hills, CA
David S. ...From my experience, I have found many creative ways of explaining common problems. I love getting to the point when the student finally understands the concept and tells me that they want to finish the problem on their own. I look forward to helping you with your academic needs.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, physics, geometry
$75.00/hr
Long Beach, CA
Jim D. ...They have been there since time began, waiting to be found by someone who was curious. Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter and is the same for every circle. The naturalness of e is more difficult to describe, but it arises “naturally” in calculus and its naturalness can be argued in an amazing variety of ways.
7 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$35.00/hr
Pacific Palisades, CA

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