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Ellen M. ...I then went on to major in mathematics, focusing heavily on computer science, and utilized my skills at both NASA and KPMG. I taught myself Matlab in three weeks for a project at NASA, have programmed extensively in Excel VBA as well as utilizing Pascal, C++, Oracle, SAS, etc., and can learn new languages with relative ease. I enjoy helping students learn how to interact with computers.
51 Subjects: including logic, linear algebra, discrete math, actuarial science
$60.00/hr
Houston, TX
Mary M. ...It is a medical diagnosis. The Issaquah District does complete comprehensive testing for reading disabilities. Atwater sees dyslexia issues in terms of coding and decoding words or letters in which persons have issues with connecting the letters or words on a page with the sounds normally connected with those words or letters.
45 Subjects: including ACT Math, elementary math, Spanish, reading
$50.00/hr
Friendswood, TX
Michael W. I am a highly educated professional currently transitioning to the educational arena. I have received an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University and I completed my MBA at the University of North Texas. I have recently passed the Mathematics 7th-12th Content Exam for the state of Texas and I have been hired as an educator for the 2014-2015 school year.
14 Subjects: including calculus, elementary (k-6th), vocabulary, trigonometry
$50.00/hr
Houston, TX
Rovena M. ...I had to make decisions on which job was right for me, and what type of work environment I wanted to work. While I studied my Bachelor's degree, I had the opportunity to always help a group of friends with particularly challenging math course that they were having difficulty understanding. I showed them different way to approach the problem.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, elementary math, Spanish
$60.00/hr
Seabrook, TX
Gc S. ...However, to me what is really important is the tutor's ability to explain things in such a way that students understand and feel comfortable with. A tutor may be very smart, may be even like Einstein, but if he or she can't come down to students' level, then it is not helpful to the students. It may be waste of time and money.
20 Subjects: including trigonometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$50.00/hr
Houston, TX

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