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Dennis T. ...I am patient teacher and try different approaches to get mathematical concepts across. I believe my job is to take a complex subject and bring it down to understandable level based on the students learning type. I also love to challenge gifted students to excel and expand their learning.
5 Subjects: including trigonometry, geometry, algebra 1, algebra 2
Smyrna, GA
Jason G. ...During my teaching career, I have taught mathematics, Georgia history, language arts, reading, special education and technology in Georgia public schools. In my spare time, my wife and operate a real estate company within which I am a real estate broker and appraiser. I believe that one teacher assisting one student provides the best opportunity for student success.
20 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, calculus, statistics
Winder, GA
Hwa K. ...So I know Korean, Japanese and English. I was working at a Japanese company in the USA as a Japanese translator for 6 months, and I was translating Japanese to English and English to Japanese. I've never taught math professionally but I've given little help in math to my friends in high school and college.
8 Subjects: including trigonometry, Japanese, algebra 1, algebra 2
Mcdonough, GA
Justeen B. Coming from a family of teachers, working in schools and with students throughout my entire academic career I know what it takes to be effective in assisting student in problem subject area. I have spent many hours volunteering in classrooms from Special Ed Elementary to 12th grade high school clas...
19 Subjects: including trigonometry, English, algebra 1, ESL/ESOL
Atlanta, GA
Jackson R. ...I often see a glazed look come over my students' faces when I mention synthetic division or conic sections for the first time. Advanced algebra always seems complicated to the uninitiated. I know how to help them see that polynomials are just the next step after quadratics and that sequences are just special kinds of lists.
45 Subjects: including trigonometry, reading, GED, GRE
Atlanta, GA

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