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Bejoy T. ...I worked as a SAT Math instructor for Huntington Learning, helping a group of students in an eight week course program. I've recently did my student teaching at Port Chester Middle School, teaching 8th grade math and high school Algebra I. I've just gotten my NYS teaching certification for teac...
11 Subjects: including algebra 2, geometry, GRE, algebra 1
Phoenix, AZ
Mark W. ...I did not complete the dissertation requirement. I earned a bachelor of science, cum laude, in chemical engineering at The University of Toledo in December 1973. I also completed the course requirements for the PhD in chemical engineering at Arizona State University, passing the PhD comprehensive exam.
27 Subjects: including algebra 2, chemistry, statistics, calculus
Chandler, AZ
Tammy J. ...I have taught special education in the high school setting for 10 years, and have worked with students with a wide range of ability levels and disabilities. My Bachelor's Degree is in Special Education K-12, and my Master's Degree is in Instruction and Curriculum for Autism Spectrum Disorders. ...
20 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, English, writing
Avondale, AZ
Keya B. ...I have played the flute for over 30 years and have taught not only my daughter but other students how to play the flute. I can read music and know traditional as well as alternate fingerings. I have worked as a therapeutic support staff and assisted children in the classroom diagnosed with multiple mental heath disorders and learning disabilities, the primary one being ADD.
13 Subjects: including algebra 2, reading, elementary (k-6th), grammar
Buckeye, AZ
Andy W. ...Math is the greatest challenge posed to students' critical thinking and problem solving abilities, and taking this challenge head on can be loads of fun. I am a firm believer in the mantra: go slow to go fast. Taking time to fully grasp details and definitions, etc. along the way leads to better understanding, and less overall study time required in the long run.
6 Subjects: including algebra 2, calculus, algebra 1, precalculus
Mesa, AZ

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