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Allan B. ...I studied Mechanical Engineering at the Prairie A&M University. I also taught Grade 7 & 8 Mathematics, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus and Math Models with Application at the The Brazos School for Inquiry and Creativity from 2011 to 2014. I also was a paid tutor with another organization.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, prealgebra, precalculus, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Hempstead, TX
Olivia P. I am a teacher, but first and foremost, I am a lifelong learner, thanks to outstanding teachers who have awakened my curiosity and interest with respect to the most disparate subjects. I focus on the student: I listen, assess and constantly check for understanding until I am sure they attain independent practice. I teach by establishing an on-going dialogue with my student.
41 Subjects: including algebra 2, ACT Math, trigonometry, SAT math
$60.00/hr
Sugar Land, TX
Ralph K. ...I have taken courses in formal logic and symbolic logic (Boolean Algebra) and always done A level work. As an electrical design engineer, I have used the concepts of formal logic to bring numerous circuit designs to a successful completion. I have a thorough understanding of the subject at the theoretical as well as the practical level.
57 Subjects: including trigonometry, logic, differential equations, public speaking
$48.00/hr
Spring, TX
Jim D. I have been a private math tutor for over ten(10) years and am a certified secondary math instructor in the state of Texas. I have taught middle and high-school math for over ten (10) years. I am available to travel all over the greater Houston area, including as far south as Pearland, as far north as Spring, as far west as Katy and as far east as the Galena Park/Pasadena area.
10 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, Microsoft Excel, prealgebra
$50.00/hr
Houston, TX
Craig H. ...Working on your attitude towards math is the first step. It's better if you can think positive thoughts about the subject you are studying, and if you have a negative thought that's OK; you can't really control every stray thought. But it's better to not verbalize negative thoughts, because words are important.
1 Subject: SAT math
$45.00/hr
Cypress, TX

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