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Michael W. ...Finally, I have been using algebra ever since, from teaching college-level physics concepts to building courses for professional auditors. I was an advanced math student, completing calculus as a junior in high school and getting a 5 on the AP calculus BC exam. Among my calculus students so far...
17 Subjects: including statistics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Itasca, IL
Victoria B. ...All too often, we are in an setting that supports only one learning style, and this can cause us to miss critical information or foundational concepts. My approach is simple: adaptive teaching. As learners, we all have a unique learning style, and we learn best when concepts are provided in a way that best fits that style.
39 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, calculus
Schaumburg, IL
Rachelle E. ...I am currently teaching Math at Benedictine University at Springfield. Schools I have previously taught at include: Moraine Valley Community College, Harold Washington College, Wright College, Triton College, College of Southern Nevada, Horry Georgetown Technical College, Community College of A...
11 Subjects: including statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math
Buffalo Grove, IL
Samuel B. ...I work with statistics on a weekly basis while working on research. I have worked with undergraduate and graduate statistics courses, and I colleagues frequently consult me on their research methods. Although I am not naturally a good writer, I have learned the art of writing well.
17 Subjects: including statistics, writing, economics, GRE
Chicago, IL
Stephen E. ...I am prepared to tutor any Calculus students as well. As opposed to standardized tests, in which the result is all-important - I believe comprehension and a consistent method of arriving at solutions should be stressed first, and that improved grades will follow. Unfortunately there is no short-cutting in math, as a solid foundation is always needed before advancing on.
28 Subjects: including statistics, reading, English, chemistry
Chicago, IL

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