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Steven J. ...I have experience teaching computer literacy, Windows Operating system, and Word 2007 at a large not-for-profit organization in the western suburbs of Chicago. I am a retired computer systems professional who taught C/C++ at a major Chicago-based University for nine years. I have experience using a variety of programming languages including Visual Basic, LISP, and HTML.
14 Subjects: including geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Winfield, IL
Yuri B. ...During the sessions I check whether a student understands key algebraic concepts and explain them if there is a gap in the student's mathematical knowledge. I also eliminate any confusion that a student can have and develop his/her mathematical skills if necessary. Usually this strategy gives excellent results and typically a student improves his/her grades by 1-2 letters after 3-4 sessions.
8 Subjects: including geometry, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$60.00/hr
Evanston, IL
Joe O. ...I really enjoy working with students 1-1, as it is much easier to tailor instruction to an individual's needs. Many times students are just unfamiliar with and lack confidence in tackling new material, especially when it's math. Having someone to gently guide you through problem solving often r...
14 Subjects: including geometry, ESL/ESOL, algebra 2, algebra 1
$45.00/hr
Skokie, IL
Edward P. ...Over the course of fifteen years, I gained significant experience developing software for Sun (Solaris), Hewlett Packard (HPUX), and Silicon Graphics (IRIX) workstations. In addition to developing programs in higher level languages such as FORTRAN, C and C++, I also developed utility shell programs. I also was responsible for systems administration of two Silicon Graphics workstations.
68 Subjects: including geometry, English, Spanish, chemistry
$65.00/hr
Barrington, IL
Nicole C. ...I received a 5 of both my AP calculus exams and tested into the honors calculus program at Northwestern. Calculus is yet another set of rules to memorize and the place where forgotten rules from trig and algebra 2 come back. However, these rules are not arbitrary and with the right approach can be understood.
18 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, GRE, physics
$35.00/hr
Chicago, IL

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