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Angela P. ...I will be a TA for an undergraduate calculus course next semester, so I will be able to help with any algebra and calculus that you may need assistance with. I will be participating in a summer undergraduate mathematics research program in Berkeley this summer and I plan on continuing my educati...
9 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 2, algebra 1
Riverside, CA
Geriel D. ...I was overwhelmed with the feeling that I made a positive contribution to Mary's life. That feeling changed me forever. Today, I am a substitute teacher and studying to become a credentialed teacher.
1 Subject: calculus
Covina, CA
Ami C. ...A couple things about me: I love to travel and see the world, I enjoy learning and teaching others, and I love to be outdoors. In terms of teaching, I've always excelled at the maths and sciences. I would love to help you succeed as well!
5 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, linear algebra, algebra 2
Altadena, CA
David S. ...Algebra 2: I have tutored this for 3 years while working at a college math center. I took calculus 2 in college and tutored it for 3 years while working in a college match center. I have taken College Physics for Scientists and Engineer and tutored it for 3 years while working at Chaffey College.
6 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Long Beach, CA
Katherine V. ...For most students with Autism, I focused on behavior management, social skills, and self-regulation strategies. I worked with various students that were diagnosed with Dyslexia for four years as a Special Education teacher. In that time, I learned various strategies to help students with this d...
36 Subjects: including calculus, English, Spanish, reading
Fullerton, CA

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