Daniel S. - $50.00/hr - Carleton, MI - View Daniel S. >>

...I provide the patience and flexibility necessary to help different people learn in different ways. Finally, sometimes the only significant barrier to students' performance is confidence. I can help them to realize their potential and become more confident!I am currently enrolled in a Master of Divinity program in the Andrews University Seventh-day Adventist Theological seminary. (read more)
**24 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
English,
Public Speaking,
Piano

Theodore Z. - $50.00/hr - Dearborn Heights, MI - View Theodore Z. >>

...More extensively, I was Associate Faculty at a community college for 10 years, where I taught Business Math, Micro and Macro-economics, Supervisory and Management Techniques, Communications and English. I spent over 4 years working as a flight instructor and aviation ground instructor, both inde... (read more)
**22 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2,
Calculus,
Geometry

Matt H. - $50.00/hr - Livonia, MI - View Matt H. >>

...My communication skills and patience are two of my assets that make me a great tutor. I have helped numerous friends study for, and pass, tests for which they were struggling (sometimes even in areas outside of my expertise!). I have substitute taught a handful of times in Detroit charter school... (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Geometry,
Statistics,
ACT Math

Jane K. - $45.00/hr - Livonia, MI - View Jane K. >>

...If I didnâ€™t understand the verbal explanation of the solution, I would likely understand the graphical or mathematical solution. Math can seem very overwhelming and intimidating to someone who is struggling. Whether that person is studying arithmetic or calculus, the study of mathematics is foundational in nature; each new concept builds upon the previous concept. (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Algebra 2,
Precalculus,
Elementary Math

Mark L. - $65.00/hr - Royal Oak, MI - View Mark L. >>

...The student must be able to create a mental picture from words, and from the picture write the appropriate math expression. The student must also 'own' the basic theorems and postulates of Euclidean Geometry. He or she should be able to close the eyes and just imagine perfect blackness interrupted with white lines, circles, and geometric solids floating about. (read more)
**5 Subjects: **
including
Algebra 1,
Geometry,
Trigonometry,
Prealgebra

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