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Sarah L. ...I love math and try to pass that along to my students. In my Master's program, I focused my research on how we learn math (and how it should be taught). I try to foster a conceptual understanding of the material, rather than presenting steps to be memorized. Whenever possible, I try to present multiple approaches to a problem.
19 Subjects: including probability, finite math, Common Core, algebra 1
Pueblo, CO
Elaine S. ...I am willing to meet a student in one of the local library branches or at his/her home. I suggest students work with me at a table or study area so we can converse and solve problems together. I prefer that my students show me their syllabi, study guides and/or text books so we can focus directly on the areas where the student needs support to make the greatest gains possible.
26 Subjects: including algebra 2, vocabulary, grammar, Microsoft Word
Colorado Springs, CO
Stephanie R. ...My current degree is getting my Bachelor's of Science in History with Secondary Education and eventually get my teaching license. I am currently an Avid tutor at an area middle school where I tutor 6th-8th grade. Although I am in Secondary Education, I have done most of my field working hours in area elementary schools.
3 Subjects: including precalculus, reading, world history
Pueblo, CO
Jonathan M. ...My teaching experience includes: College Algebra, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Linear Algebra, Statistics, Operations Research, High School Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and MS Excel. I've spent hundreds of hours working with individual students who are struggling with difficult Math topics. I'm especially eager to work with High School and college students.
14 Subjects: including trigonometry, soccer, discrete math, linear algebra
Peyton, CO
Julia S. ...I feel the best way for students to have an understanding of the topic is to connect it to the student's life. Most students dislike math so I try to show each of my students how it relates to their life! I have also taught test taking skills to all of my classes.
13 Subjects: including trigonometry, soccer, statistics, basketball
Manitou Springs, CO

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