Massoud S. - $60.00/hr - Newton Center, MA - View Massoud S. >>

...I have significant experience of teaching and mentoring at both high school and all university levels in different mathematics subjects such as Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, Algebra, Probability and Statistics, Trigonometry, Math for Business and Economics as well as E... (read more)
**20 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Statistics,
Geometry,
Algebra 2

Margery W. - $90.00/hr - Marlborough, MA - View Margery W. >>

...I work from the unit circle and explain the importance of radian measure. I continue onto graphing transformations of trig functions and their inverses, solving trig equations and the use of trig in real world problems. I teach my students how to prove trig identities and why this is a valuable skill. (read more)
**28 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Geometry,
GRE,
Algebra 1

Christopher J. - $75.00/hr - Natick, MA - View Christopher J. >>

...By showing my students how the pre **calculus** and advanced algebra is often merely a retelling and/or reshowing of the math that they have had all through their schooling so far, I have found that they can often open up to allowing the understanding to come to them. While they often ask "Why do I ... (read more)
**33 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Statistics

Robert Z. - $70.00/hr - Andover, MA - View Robert Z. >>

...The first ACT challenge is the English section. Improving passages with grammatical errors, problems with sentence structure, usage issues, or improper punctuation is a skill that can be mastered with practice. Cutting out words to reveal the skeletal structure of a sentence is often the quickest and surest way to correct grammar. (read more)
**25 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Physics,
Geometry,
Statistics

Amir B. - $60.00/hr - Cambridge, MA - View Amir B. >>

...I think this is crucial because mindless memorization will not help a student when they encounter a nontrivial problem. To fully understand a concept, a student needs to appreciate how it follows from and relates to other concepts he/she already understands. This approach helped me tremendously when I first studied special relativity--a highly nonintuitive subject. (read more)
**28 Subjects: **
including
Calculus,
Chemistry,
Spanish,
Biology

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