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Anne L. ...Algebra builds significantly upon what came before, so establishing a solid foundation is key. By identifying and addressing gaps, practicing key problem types, infusing important study skills, and maintaining a positive motivating presence, my students begin to appreciate and even enjoy this challenging subject. They succeed in the subject and find confidence in their math skills.
19 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, reading, Spanish
$85.00/hr
Bellevue, WA
Alex S. ...I am an enthusiastic music teacher, always ready to listen to and help guide students, aiming always for higher levels of achievement. I always make sure that tutoring is a two-way experience, where the client can drive towards what they want to learn, and I help guide them in the right direction. I vow to always listen, always take you and your concerns seriously.
29 Subjects: including algebra 2, trigonometry, writing, algebra 1
$60.00/hr
Kirkland, WA
Heather G. ...More specifically, I love being part of someone's discovery that math isn't really a foreign language and that writing doesn't have to be a torturous process. I believe that learning should be fun, and enjoy seeing the satisfaction, confidence, and wonder that comes with understanding and succes...
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, reading, English
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Stephanie M. ...And perhaps most importantly of all, I love mathematics, and I have always enjoyed helping others learn to love it, too! I have always loved to write, and I enjoy using that passion to help others work with language as well. I graduated from Rice University with a B.A. in English, so I've written my fair share of essays of varying lengths.
35 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, English, reading
$40.00/hr
Redmond, WA
Hsiao-harng S. ...When I took a math class on Differential Equation (DiffEq), I thought it was easier to understand than Calculus. In this DiffEq class, I learned about how to solve first-order differential equations that describe systems such as population growth and the harmonic oscillator. These differential equations even involve imaginary numbers and eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
16 Subjects: including algebra 2, SAT math, algebra 1, physics
$55.00/hr
Renton, WA

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