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Christina A. ...My name is Christina. I'm currently a graduate student at CSUEB studying Mathematics. I plan on teaching at the community college level after I get my degree.
8 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, algebra 1, precalculus
$55.00/hr
Alameda, CA
Marcella P. ...I have two TEFL certifications, and I am studying Language Learning and Teaching at Arcadia University. I am especially interested in emotion-based learning, and how to make learning more enjoyable and how to motivate students. I play ukulele, and I love using music in my classrooms.
30 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, English, writing
$60.00/hr
San Carlos, CA
John D. ...This course also continues where Geometry left off by providing a new twist on proofs. Trigonometry is a beautiful way to see patterns within Geometry using the mechanics of Algebra. By using only a handful of formulae, students can prove and transform a multitude of expressions to simplified, useful ideas.
9 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
$120.00/hr
Fairfax, CA
Emily M. ...I have tutored one student in Trigonometry specifically, and others as a part of another math class. In Trigonometry the fundamentals are essential so I maintain a strong focus on definitions and understanding early concepts throughout the course. I am well versed in the math found on the SAT, having tutored a number of students in this area.
11 Subjects: including algebra 2, geometry, algebra 1, trigonometry
$75.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Antonio R. ...I have extensive experience tutoring children in different subjects. I am full Spanish speaker.I am Mexican. My first language is Spanish.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, Spanish, geometry, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
San Jose, CA

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