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Joyce L. ...I have taught SAT prep classes for several years, and find that the SAT challenges students to use several types of Math knowledge in new and innovative ways. Familiarity with different test formats comes from a thorough academic preparation as well as practice with this test format. Students who are taught to "think" like SAT test creators are most successful on this test.
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math, geometry
$24.00/hr
Lakewood, WA
Aidan K. ...I have taught a variety of college courses in church history, theology, religious studies, and world religions. I am familiar with the theologies of the major denominations, and I treat them all moderately and respectfully. I also thoroughly enjoy sharing my knowledge of this field.
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, physical science, anthropology, linear algebra
$50.00/hr
Tacoma, WA
Paula M. ...My experience working with elementary school children comes primarily from working with my own three children. My son was diagnosed with autism at 22 months old and from that time on I have been heavily involved in his day to day therapy and education. Additionally, I have an eight year old daughter in second grade that I work with in the subjects of math, reading, and spelling.
23 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, prealgebra, reading
$35.00/hr
Bonney Lake, WA
Hayley S. As a recent graduate and Colorado transplant, I am excited to help Washington students reach their academic goals! I tutored at a community college in Colorado Springs for a year where I was the first tutor to receive the "Tutor of the Month" award in my first month at the tutoring center. While I pursued my undergraduate degree, I must admit, my academic focus changed once or twice.
41 Subjects: including statistics, ACT Math, trigonometry, SAT math
$40.00/hr
Spanaway, WA
Micheal G. When teaching how you should always take the time to explain the why. Simply going through the motions is not learning for the student. Explain, with real life examples, why the knowledge will make a difference for the better for the student.
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, Microsoft Word, precalculus, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Puyallup, WA

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