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Mike W. ...My PhD is in applied mathematics and I have worked with problems involving differential equations throughout my career, and I have two years of professional tutoring experience in this topic of mathematics. My Ph.D. is in applied mathematics and linear algebra is used extensively throughout my r...
18 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, physics, statistics
Olympia, WA
David A. ...In all of these classes, I never received a grade lower than an A-. More importantly, I enjoy tutoring and helping individuals better understand a subject that should be interesting and exciting. I love Spanish! I lived abroad (in Colombia, South America) for two years interacting solely with Spanish-speaking locals, after which I graduated from a major university with a degree in Spanish.
49 Subjects: including algebra 2, Spanish, chemistry, statistics
Olympia, WA
Greyson W. ...Working with me, I will help you develop academic skills that will encourage robust thinking and exploration. I will put my full effort into providing the best tutoring experience possible. With our partnership I am confident we can tackle the most daunting of subjects.Working as a tutor for the Federal School District, I am actively engaged in a program called AVID.
21 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, English, algebra 1
Olympia, WA
Linda L. ...Memorization techniques are learned through taking these organized chunks of information and developing the ability to reorganize it in a sequential order. Higher level skills of analysis and synthesis can be learned while developing new schema and integrating newly related concepts as more cont...
31 Subjects: including algebra 2, English, reading, geometry
Olympia, WA
Avishan S. ...I began teaching swimming in 2005. I have worked and continue to work with children and adults who have been blind, deaf, epileptic, and severely challenged developmentally, and with no prior water exposure. Working with developmentally challenged students has provided me with techniques to communicate and help my students learn how to be comfortable in the water and learn how to swim.
20 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, biology, algebra 1
Olympia, WA

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