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Wen Li D. ...For example, they can use Chinese to ask me questions when they don’t know certain word in English or don’t know how to ask a question clearly in English. In addition, I often add interesting things into my lessons. For example, I introduced my students the pop music in sixties, how composers and singers created songs which reflected American society and young people’s thoughts.
14 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, ESL/ESOL, ASVAB
$40.00/hr
Los Alamitos, CA
Tohoru M. ...I have also home-schooled (Laurel Springs and University of Oklahoma programs) and tutored several students in this subject since 1998 I taught pre-algebra at Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys. I have also taught pre-algebra for the Johns Hopkins AIIY program for gifted youth. I have also taught this subject for several other program, as well as having tutored in the subject since 1994.
11 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, geometry
$60.00/hr
Los Angeles, CA
Kara Z. ...I was a teaching assistant in an introductory engineering class. I have also done a course in cadet teaching in which I taught math to 5th graders. I believe there is more than one way to explain math concepts so that if a student doesn't grasp the way it is presented in class, I can find an alternate way of explaining it.
8 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, algebra 1
$65.00/hr
Burbank, CA
Elena B. ...I enjoy teaching this subject to make sure the basics are well learned. In addition, I have vast experience working with Middle and Elementary School students. As a building block on Algebra 2, and prior to Calculus, this is an important subject for students who want to pursue a career in a technology or science field.
22 Subjects: including calculus, Spanish, physics, statistics
$65.00/hr
Huntington Beach, CA
Joshua R. ...As geometry is commonly taken after algebra 1, it is a large deviation from previous topics. Because of this students are commonly confused at the beginning and might not recover well. The idea of a conceptual and non-algebraic proof is somewhere I see a lot of students go wrong.
32 Subjects: including calculus, physics, GED, GRE
$50.00/hr
Glendora, CA

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