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Robin J. ...In prior years, I taught middle school math and prealgebra. I work well with children and adolescents, especially in a one-on-one teaching situation where a student can feel comfortable and is not afraid to ask questions. I grew up on Long Island and went to college in New York City.
6 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2, SAT math
$60.00/hr
Barrington, IL
Lorri E. My love of teaching students comes from being a lifetime learner, and having the pleasure of watching students blossom and take pride in their achievements. Encouraging students and letting them know their hard work and interests is valued is an important part of the tutoring process. Using their ...
15 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, geometry, dyslexia
$70.00/hr
Lake Villa, IL
Andrew M. ...Between colleges I have a 3.0 GPA. While in school, I tutored 100 to 200 level engineering courses for a year and a half. I have experience volunteering at MCCSG where I will begin teaching 3 courses in the fall.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, physics, calculus
$45.00/hr
Huntley, IL
Charlene R. ...I would love to help your child succeed in math by providing the one-on-one attention that is not available in a large classroom. Math is the gateway subject for success in many areas, so I know how important it is to get a good foundation in this area. I look forward to helping your son or daughter with any math topics from 5th grade thru algebra.I will tutor the math section of the GRE.
11 Subjects: including algebra 1, writing, geometry, prealgebra
$40.00/hr
Elburn, IL
Jordan V. ...Years of tutoring calculus sharpened my sense for how people learn math and science. I discovered the ability to connect any type of inquiring mind with abstract concepts by using concrete examples. Consider the operation d/dx( f(x) ). It is difficult to know what these symbols are implying unless you might see that d/dx( x^2) = 2x, d/dx( x^3) = 3x^2, d/dx( x^4) = 4x^3, d/dx( x^5) = 5x^4.
7 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, physics, geometry
$55.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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