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Richard  K. ...One of the projects I've used is the "Tightrope Snowman": a balancing snowman made from Styrofoam and screwdrivers, which I use in teaching the principle of center of gravity. Another project is a bull's-eye game using a mirror to teach the principle of the angle of reflection. A pan of water can be used to show how sound waves reflect off certain surfaces and are absorbed by others.
16 Subjects: including geometry, reading, English, writing
$40.00/hr
Malvern, PA
Michael K. ...My approach is to vary instruction based on the student's preferred style of learning.Teacher certification in mathematics from Cabrini College. Before entering the education world, I worked for 3 years at Tube City IMS in Horsham, PA as a CAD designer/engineer. I quickly became an expert in both Autodesk AutoCAD and Inventor programs for 2d and 3d drafting.
17 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$40.00/hr
Springfield, PA
Kelly D. ...As an RN, I have received a B+ or higher in college courses related to the following subjects tested on the TEAS exam: Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Anatomy, Physiology, and English. I am able to help students develop both their content knowledge and their test taking skills. ...
42 Subjects: including geometry, English, chemistry, writing
$50.00/hr
New Castle, DE
Lindsay R. ...My goal is to make math less intimidating and use logic in combination with real life examples to make the numbers make sense. Most people are able to fall back on these tactics in test scenarios so that they not only understand the method to solve the problems, but have a back up plan in case t...
11 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, ASVAB, GED
$60.00/hr
West Chester, PA
Bill M. ...The concepts you learn are the “tools,” and any problem you come across can be solved using a combination of these tools. So every math problem boils down to two questions: Which tools should I use, and in what order? It is important for students first to understand the concepts (tools), then learn how to use them in specific contexts, and finally to generalize.
10 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$65.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA

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