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Stan L. ...As part of this job, I was trained in and provided materials for each of these topics. I often find, when working with my students, that an important component of the tutoring is attention to these skills in addition to the specific subject areas for which tutoring had been requested. I have a ...
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, trigonometry
$70.00/hr
San Rafael, CA
Craig P. I'm a retired engineer and math teacher with a love for teaching anyone who wants to learn. As an engineer, I regularly used all levels of math (from arithmetic through calculus), statistics, and physics. I hold a California Single Subject Teaching Credential in math and physics (I taught high school math from pre-algebra to geometry).
25 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, calculus, physics
$35.00/hr
Santa Rosa, CA
John P. ...I recommend students prepare for standardized tests by working through practice exams for relatively short periods of time several times a day. This gives them familiarity with the test format while identifying areas to focus on during tutoring sessions. The TEAS exam tests potential nursing students in the subject areas of reading comprehension, math, science, and language usage.
39 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, English, physics
$45.00/hr
Santa Rosa, CA
Martin P. I've taught math, particularly algebra and geometry, for over a decade, working at all grade levels but with particular attention to middle schoolers. I've run summer academies and math enrichment programs, along with normal classroom, after-school and tutoring classes. I use innovative methods that help students comprehend concepts, not just tricks and formulas, so that algebra makes sense.
22 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, physics, writing
$60.00/hr
Belvedere Tiburon, CA
Ray D. ...Taking a basic problem like "3X + 6 = 12", for example, and then narrowing down what a possible answer could be. Is "1" too small or too big? Then try "10", until we get close enough to try solving.
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, statistics
$50.00/hr
San Rafael, CA

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