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Lauren E. ...Trigonometry is usually very scary to students, since it brings back bad memories of geometry. Like with geometry, my skill at explaining concepts many different ways, especially visually, helps students a great deal. Trigonometry is essential to science and disciplines like physics, architecture, and engineering, so it is very important that students learn it correctly.
28 Subjects: including prealgebra, Macintosh, Microsoft Windows, algebra 1
$50.00/hr
Elkins Park, PA
Rich S. ...I can also use examples from decades of experience as a professional physicist. I majored in physics as an undergraduate and have been enjoying using it in graduate school and during my 20 years of professional experience in physics. I will bring physics to life using examples from my professional career as well daily life.
12 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, SAT math, calculus
$45.00/hr
Swarthmore, PA
Jem C. ...My first teaching job was in a school that specifically serviced special needs students. Each teacher received special training on how to aide students with a variety of differences, including ADD and ADHD. There and since I have worked with several students with ADD and ADHD both in their math content areas and with executive skills to help them succeed in all areas of their life.
59 Subjects: including linear algebra, differential equations, grammar, discrete math
$130.00/hr
Ardmore, PA
Sana I. ...They made sure I challenged myself and took the necessary courses that would best prepare me for the pre-med track in college. They also made sure that I took the necessary college standardized tests on time such as the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject tests to ensure that I was always one step a...
27 Subjects: including algebra 1, algebra 2, elementary math, ACT Math
$50.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Richard  K. ...It's also good to know which chord sequences sound better than others. Along the way, there's also rhythm: time signatures, note durations, and triplets and other rhythmic patterns. The main use I personally have for music theory is taking a melody line and finding harmony for it, so I have to ...
14 Subjects: including algebra 1, elementary math, prealgebra, English
$40.00/hr
Malvern, PA

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