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Francesca P. ...As my degree subject, Physics is my primary tutoring subject. I take a particular joy in teaching it with direct connections to a student's own experiences, using the world to make sense of the math, and using the math to make sense of the world. I first started programming in C++ in high school in 1999.
25 Subjects: including geometry, English, literature, algebra 1
Castro Valley, CA
Brian O. ...Therefore the key to teaching geometry is to be able to use more illustrative examples to let students "see" what is happening or the problem of a question. In my professional career, I used trigonometry techniques to help me measure lines, angles and estimate the direction of forces etc. I am ...
10 Subjects: including geometry, Chinese, algebra 1, algebra 2
San Francisco, CA
Violet C. ...I have successfully tutored students in the strategies / skills required to improve their study skills. California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) is a four hour test required by the State of California for all prospective teachers. It is not designed to test how well a person is teaching.
50 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, reading, physics
Dublin, CA
Emmanuel C. ...I have been the Webmaster at my school and our server was on a remote Linux Box. In order to configure user's access and files configuration, I used many of the Linux commands to deal with off-site issues. For example: ls to see the listing of files, cd to change dir, top to check on the CPU an...
13 Subjects: including geometry, French, GRE, algebra 1
Alameda, CA
Matt W. ...I took Calculus II and III in college and was the top of my class for each of those classes as well. I have taught dozens of chemistry students over the past 6 years of tutoring. When I took chemistry, I was the top of my class.
27 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
Berkeley, CA

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