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John D. ...Algebra 1 will always be one of my favorites to teach because of the potential applications that stem from much of the rigor behind the materials covered in this course. I taught Algebra 2 a number of years at an international school. This is one of my favorite subjects to teach because it tends to be a "make or break" class for students to either love or hate math.
9 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Fairfax, CA
Jacqueline O. ...I will do my best to help you reach your goals. Now what you have all been waiting for. As a student in high school, I loved the sciences and social sciences (e.g. history, psychology, English), but I also took a keen interest in mathematics.
30 Subjects: including prealgebra, elementary math, Spanish, GED
Oakland, CA
Christopher R. ...Furthermore, I walk students step-by step through problems and pinpoint sources of confusion. Lastly, I check for understanding by having students explain, in their own words, what they’ve learned. In addition, I work on developing effective study habits to improve performance.
6 Subjects: including elementary math, algebra 1, prealgebra, chemistry
Union City, CA
Ray S. ...I understand strategy and can explain and demonstrate many techniques after many years of experience and enthusiasm. I graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor's degree (BS) in Business Administration. I graduated with high honors and distinction in my major.
8 Subjects: including elementary math, Spanish, accounting, ESL/ESOL
San Francisco, CA
Primitivo A. ...I have a BA in Fine Arts degree from UC Berkeley. Water Colors, Painting & Drawings. Etchings and Lithography.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, guitar, drawing
Pittsburg, CA

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