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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 trigonometry, reading, English, writing
$55.00/hr
Schaumburg, IL
Priti S. ...I also have experience in teaching ACT (Math section only). I provide information to students on test taking skills, time management, and simple approaches to complicated problems. Students whom I have tutored have performed exceptionally well, scoring mostly A's and B's and most of them have c...
11 Subjects: including trigonometry, calculus, geometry, algebra 2
$65.00/hr
Palatine, IL
Danti O. ...I tutor K-6 math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus. My style uses solid Math teaching and Communication Skills coupled with patience, encouragement and positive reinforcements. I am married and a father of a boy and a girl and enjoy teaching my kids math.
18 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 2, study skills
$55.00/hr
Morton Grove, IL
James H. ...I have tutored high school chemistry, AP Chemistry, college chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, physics and math from pre-algebra to advanced calculus. I have experience tutoring statistics, and can help with spreadsheets and computer programming. I have helped students at all levels and abilities catch up and do better.
20 Subjects: including trigonometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
$65.00/hr
Highland Park, IL
Robert L. ...So we have an area within the octagon of 8s*1/2*r. This is an approximation of the area of the circle that improves if the polygon (in this case, an octagon) has more sides. In particular, a polygon with many sides will have a perimeter very close to the perimeter of the circle which is 2*Pi*r.
26 Subjects: including trigonometry, physics, calculus, geometry
$85.00/hr
Glencoe, IL

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