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Lilian L. ...During my time pursuing my teaching degree I have had to base my lessons off of the Common Core standards. Throughout my college experience I have had experience in various grade levels. I have worked with children and applied curriculum into the classroom from 2nd-6th grade.
5 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, elementary math, elementary (k-6th)
Tucson, AZ
Brian L. ...The students at my high school consistently find that they understand classroom topics better when I work with them than when they work with teachers or other adults. Now, I would like to extend my unique brand of help to others outside of my school. Beyond informally helping classmates with ma...
9 Subjects: including geometry, trigonometry, SAT reading, algebra 1
Tucson, AZ
Paul S. I have been a math tutor at San Manuel High School for three years and at Ironwood Ridge High School for two years. I am patient and insist that the student totally understands each lesson until progressing to the next lesson. I offer several tips and shortcuts in problem solving.
7 Subjects: including calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry
Tucson, AZ
Dennis J. Hi, I'm an astronomy professor at Pima Community College. I love astronomy, math, physics - all the good stuff. I've been doing research on galaxies for over 10 years, but teaching is really my favorite aspect of being an astronomer.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, physics, prealgebra
Tucson, AZ
Gregg G. ...I am not good at memorizing formulae, so I, like you, will be looking things up. There is a science to that, too, though, which I can explain, and physicists do the same thing, so not to worry. Moat of the work in any physics job (or career) is learning how to understand what problem you need to solve and how to get information to solve it.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, biology, calculus
Tucson, AZ

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