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Andrea S. ...I have worked as a tutor on and off since my freshman year in college (2000), and I have worked as a professional tutor at a tutoring agency since 2012. I have a Bachelors Degree in Spanish, and I am an Engineering student. I am very excited about Math and Science, and usually this rubs off a bit on people around me.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, Spanish, physics
$60.00/hr
Glen Ellyn, IL
James H. ...I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks!Practicing metallurgical engineer. Completed math through partial differential equations and have tutored all levels of high school math.
37 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, writing
$30.00/hr
Tinley Park, IL
Amy I. ...I assign homework at the end of teach tutoring session. I believe in having students explain why and how they came up with answers to help them develop fluency and critical thinking skills about subject matter. I offer a free consultation session to discuss the student's strengths and weaknesses.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, geometry, reading
$35.00/hr
Joliet, IL
Carolyn O. ...Indeed, the work done by post-modern philosophers (the most notable among them being Jacques Derrida) has made great strides in establishing the history of logocentrism as the very history of history itself. I have an extensive background in both philosophy and literature (studied with a compara...
52 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, writing, reading
$75.00/hr
Chicago, 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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