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George J. ...I have had success working with elementary grade students in reading, I do an assessment , then create a plan based on the student's needs. This may include, but not limited to, the sounds of speech, phonemic awareness, phonics, interim informal assessments, fluency, vocabulary, spelling, comprehension, and writing. I have a B.S.
15 Subjects: including geometry, reading, algebra 1, algebra 2
$25.00/hr
Merrillville, IN
John E. ...These guides have been used to improve scores all over the midwest. The Math section of the ACT can be difficult for many reasons. I help students by making sure that they get questions that they have "earned" through years of study in high school.
26 Subjects: including geometry, physics, calculus, trigonometry
$65.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Rose J. ...My ultimate goal when tutoring is to get the student to a place where they no longer need me. Contact me to discuss how I can set you or your child on the road to success before the new school year begins.I have a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education. I taught 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade self-contained classes in Chicago Public School for 15 years.
17 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, writing
$40.00/hr
Park Forest, IL
Edward P. ...I have helped students of all ages, backgrounds and abilities with prealgebra. Among them, have been adults returning to school whose skills have gotten rusty through lack of use or who perhaps felt discouraged by previous bad experiences with math and have since avoided it. Precalculus explores topics that will be applied when a student studies calculus in the future.
68 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, Spanish, English
$65.00/hr
Barrington, IL
Jordan V. ...Years of tutoring calculus sharpened my sense for how people learn math and science. I discovered the ability to connect any type of inquiring mind with abstract concepts by using concrete examples. Consider the operation d/dx( f(x) ). It is difficult to know what these symbols are implying unless you might see that d/dx( x^2) = 2x, d/dx( x^3) = 3x^2, d/dx( x^4) = 4x^3, d/dx( x^5) = 5x^4.
7 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, algebra 1
$55.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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