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Rini C. ...Helping students write good proofs make them think better logically and analyze successfully. Pre- calculus is the last stage of basic algebra, where students learn many different concepts before specializing I calculus IR statistics or linear algebra to name a few. I feel proud to say that I have helped more than 100 students succeed in thus course over the last 5-8 years alone.
14 Subjects: including statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus
$55.00/hr
Bellevue, WA
Clifton H. ...I believe that through a tangible relationship with these processes, students can take their knowledge to a level that supersedes the memorization of words that will be forgotten with time. I am a relatively new tutor, hoping to learn and grow alongside you or your student. I am qualified to teach up to High School-level science or math, and college-level Ecology and Biology.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, chemistry
$35.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Emily C. ...I have also trained teachers in how to work with students with attention deficits. I have had many students with autism and autism spectrum disorders in the past 16 years of teaching. Specifically, I helped diagnose a student in my classroom with Aspergers by reporting symptoms.
22 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, dyslexia
$60.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Annie H. ...I also coach high schoolers through the college application process and enjoy helping them write their personal statements. I've taught both beginning and intermediate SAT classes and also have much experience working with ESL students, both children and adults. I also tutor for the DAT, or dental admissions test, and mentor applicants for the dental school application.
33 Subjects: including prealgebra, study skills, Korean, ESL/ESOL
$100.00/hr
Bellevue, WA
Andrew C. ...Can we find any exceptions to our pattern? If we can't find any exceptions, then we have pretty good evidence that it is "true," but this isn't proof. For proof, we need to find an explanation, using logic. (This is the deductive part of science.) I make heavy use of the computer program Geometers Sketchpad for carrying out our experiments during tutoring sessions.
6 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, physics
$50.00/hr
Bothell, WA

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