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Jerome T. ...When I was in high school I went to statewide math contests for two years and placed in the top ten both times. This algebra deals mostly with linear functions. Algebra 2 is a more advanced, more complex version of algebra 1.
22 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, calculus, geometry
Dacula, GA
Richard B. ...I have experience teaching reading and writing skills. Former Bible college teacher, adult education Bible studies, and author of Christian book.I am National Board Certified in Adolescent Mathematics. I have worked with remedial students whose ITBS scores are as low as 1.7 G.E. as well as with high achieving students.
14 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, writing, precalculus
Flowery Branch, GA
Diana D. ...I am a proud daughter of 2 seasoned educators: my father serves as a principal at a local middle school, and my mother is a Special Education teacher. The importance of education has been woven within the fabric of my life. As such, I understand the importance of establishing effective study skills, and more importantly, the need to seek help when necessary.
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, biology, vocabulary
Lawrenceville, GA
Morgan C. ...I have been teaching middle and high school percussion and general music for 5 years in both group and one on one settings. Whether it is math, music, or both I would be thrilled to help you along your journey! My ability to simplify problems that can seem overwhelming and impossible and then relate those problems to real world examples.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, grammar, elementary math
Lawrenceville, GA
Katrina G. ...For example, to find an answer for a division problem, look for the multiple of the numbers. This type of technique gives students the confidence they need to tackle any math problems by breaking it up into smaller components that they recognize. Then math can truly be elementary.
25 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, English, reading
Marietta, GA

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