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Peter D. ...I love teaching young people not only the step by step processes of solving math problems, but also the concepts behind these processes. I'm passionate about what I do and live for those a-ha moments with my students. Seeing a student finally understand a difficult concept and develop confidence in their abilities is a thrill that I always look forward to.
5 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, SAT math, elementary math
$50.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Daniel L. ...I am a certified teacher with experience teaching Social Studies. Most of my experience is in 7th grade, but this past September through December I was teaching Social Studies to grades K-8, quite a task. I have taught many subjects such as The Constitution, The Declaration of Independence, Indians, Communities, American West, Civil Wat, Revolution, Colonies, World and U.S.
40 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, English, ASVAB
$50.00/hr
Chicago, IL
Laura F. ...I am currently attending DePaul University to pursue my master's degree in applied statistics. I have tutored students of varying levels and ages for more than six years. While I specialize in high school and college level mathematics, I have had success tutoring elementary and middle school students as well.
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, geometry, statistics
$55.00/hr
Palatine, IL
Steven J. ...I have experience using a variety of programming languages including Visual Basic, LISP, and HTML. I can assist in both augmenting course instruction provided by another school or assist with specific problems and obstacles that arise while using the C++ language. I also have completed Illinois...
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, algebra 2, trigonometry
$40.00/hr
Winfield, IL
Margaret M. ...As students approach algebra, they've already used mystery numbers all over the place. (Remember 2nd grade and 3 + [] = 5? And you put a little 2 in the box? That was algebra. []=2.) Students just haven't thought of it as algebra because they weren't always using the special symbols.
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, geometry, GRE, ASVAB
$90.00/hr
Elgin, IL

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