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John L. ...There are few things more satisfying to me than seeing that "aha!" moment when a student really understands a problem. My goal is to work with my students to help them to develop that "aha!" sort of understanding, and not just to learn by rote, so that when they see a problem with a twist they'l...
11 Subjects: including Algebra 2, Chemistry, Calculus, Geometry
Norfolk, MA
Monique R. ...My educational background in Applied Math gives me a different perspective in helping students understand mathematics; I like to make math relevant. Moreover, I have extensive experience with and knowledge of PARCC. Want to maximize your child's score?
7 Subjects: including Algebra 2, Geometry, Algebra 1, SAT Math
West Warwick, RI
Tracey C. ...I originally worked at the middle school level for my first five years and can honestly say there are parts to both age groups that I enjoy teaching because they are very different :) I am certified to teach grades 5-12, and have a masters degree in teaching secondary math. I know the best way t...
8 Subjects: including Algebra 2, Statistics, Algebra 1, SAT Math
Swansea, MA
Nichole H. ...I've taught Geometry for many years. I received a score of 100% on the WyzAnt test for this subject. I taught Pre-Algebra a few times.
7 Subjects: including Algebra 2, Spanish, Geometry, Algebra 1
Cranston, RI
Matthew P. ...I studied graduate level mathematics at The University of Rhode Island (URI), and many courses included diversions into theorems of geometry. In algebra I for example, I used theorems of constructibility to prove that it's impossible to trisect a sixty degree angle and square a circle using only...
16 Subjects: including Algebra 2, Calculus, Geometry, Statistics
Providence, RI

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