...The more initiative the student shows, the harder I can push them to reach these goals. I've seen it all, and can help you focus on what will most likely be tested in your course. After our lessons, I usually find worksheets for my students to complete to help reinforce the topics, because I believe half the battle of learning is repetition and immersion in the material. (read more)
...I explain each problem in a way unique to the student's learning style. I try to help students enjoy math and physics throughout the tutoring sessions. I am retired after working 30 years as an Engineer in the Automotive Industry and 6 years as an Adjunct Physics Professor at Lawrence Technological University.I have tutored many students in Algebra 1. (read more)
I am a math major from Eastern Michigan. I received my degree in 2009. I have worked many very difficult math problems over the years and should be able to help any high school student from algebra I through calculus. (read more)
...Students will learn to balance chemical reactions equations.
j. They will learn the differences between acids, bases, and salts; and how they are formed.
k. Students will become adept at discussing and solving problems related to solubility, molarity, molality, and normality.
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...I also enjoy seeing math click for my students especially when it never made sense to them before. My tutoring methods include making the student actively involved in his or her tutoring session. I facilitate and explain the concept but the student has to be willing to do the hard work that goes along with that.I am a math teacher in high school and college. (read more)