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Brian O. ...Therefore the key to teaching geometry is to be able to use more illustrative examples to let students "see" what is happening or the problem of a question. In my professional career, I used trigonometry techniques to help me measure lines, angles and estimate the direction of forces etc. I am ...
10 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, Chinese
San Francisco, CA
David H. ...I assign homework after lessons to follow up on key ideas or skills necessary for understanding the material (or tackling how to take the test) and I encourage feedback on things that are or aren't working. I am based in San Ramon and I have a study space available for tutoring students. However, it is no problem for me to travel to another location if that is better for the student.
12 Subjects: including algebra 2, algebra 1, chemistry, biology
San Ramon, CA
Muhammed I. ...The satisfaction I receive from students improving and understanding concepts that they previously found difficult is personally priceless. I'm glad to have been given the opportunity to tutor others and I definitely try my best to make the most of each situation. I've taken both of these courses at the college level and have helped other students understand difficult concepts.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, writing, trigonometry
San Leandro, CA
Harry C. ...While at SJSU, I was a CAD aid in the labs so I have experience showing and teaching ACAD. I graduated SJSU in Industrial Tech with an area of specialty in drafting tech. I worked for Kaiser Permanente for 6 years as a CAFM specialist, working a lot on floorplans.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry, AutoCAD
Fremont, CA
Clark M. ...I specialize in tutoring chemistry, math, and physics to help students achieve success in school, and on the various standardized tests. My goal is not only to help the student learn, but create an interest in the subject as well, as I have found that interest and curiosity are the best motivators. I try to challenge students to do their best, without overwhelming them.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, chemistry, calculus
Santa Clara, CA

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