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Gary P. ...My rate is negotiable. Physics is hard. If you want to make progress learning physics (or math) you'll want to find an instructor who has observed how novices think, who listens to what they say and works to correct misunderstandings, who has taught hundreds of students, and who is dedicated to learning how to be the best instructor possible.
14 Subjects: including geometry, physics, SAT math, trigonometry
$70.00/hr
Morrisville, PA
Jeff J. ...The courses I have taught are Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Geometry, and Algebra 1. I have taught our honors track, academic track, and career track (levels 1, 2, and 3). I always try to establish a good rapport with my students because they usually learn best when the teacher is positive, personable, and passionate. Two of my other interests include soccer and French.
9 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, statistics, French
$80.00/hr
Fort Washington, PA
Dawn B. ...I enjoy working with motivated students who try their best and ask informed questions. No question is a dumb question, unless you don't ask it. I try to break down difficult concepts into smaller steps to make intricate problems more manageable.
14 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, physics, algebra 1
$40.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Ron C. ...Although my degrees and certifications are in mathematics, I am highly literate and have helped many students make dramatic gains in their reading scores. I prep students for all three parts of the SAT, including the essay. Writing skills and grammar are not taught as rigorously as they used to be.
22 Subjects: including geometry, English, calculus, algebra 1
$99.00/hr
Newtown, PA
Bill M. ...The concepts you learn are the “tools,” and any problem you come across can be solved using a combination of these tools. So every math problem boils down to two questions: Which tools should I use, and in what order? It is important for students first to understand the concepts (tools), then learn how to use them in specific contexts, and finally to generalize.
10 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$65.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA

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