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John D. ...Trigonometry is a beautiful way to see patterns within Geometry using the mechanics of Algebra. By using only a handful of formulae, students can prove and transform a multitude of expressions to simplified, useful ideas. This is one of the most applied AND theoretical classes in high school.
9 Subjects: including calculus, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
$120.00/hr
Fairfax, CA
Jared B. ...I hold a BA degree in Elementary Education. This degree covered methods of education for all subjects including work with special needs children. I have direct experience working with students with ADD/ADHD, Aspergers, and emotional disorders both inside and outside the classroom over a 4 year period.
34 Subjects: including English, reading, chemistry, writing
$40.00/hr
Vacaville, CA
David L. My name is Dave and I have been a full-time high school physics teacher for 30 years. I have also taught physics part-time at the university level. Throughout this time, I have tutored physics as well.
2 Subjects: including physics, physical science
$80.00/hr
Petaluma, CA
Mimi R. ...Alongside high-school-level European history, I've taught AP European History for 10 years, and have successfully passed the College Board's Audit. My students' pass rate on the AP exam is excellent. I am also well versed in the new requirements and challenges of the newly revised AP European History course and exam.
8 Subjects: including economics, SAT reading, ACT English, ACT Reading
$100.00/hr
Mill Valley, CA
Tracy G. Hello! I've traveled extensively throughout Asia and in these travels taught English for 5 years. I have experience teaching all age levels, my youngest student was 5 and my oldest 65!
2 Subjects: including writing, ESL/ESOL
$45.00/hr
Pacifica, CA

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