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James B. ...I worked a number of years as a data analyst and computer programmer and am well versed in communicating with people who have a variety of mathematical and technical skills.I have years of experience in discrete math. I took a number of courses in the subject. I've used the concepts during my years as a programmer and have tutored many students in the subject.
49 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, physics, geometry
$75.00/hr
San Francisco, CA
Alex T. ...With repetition and success comes the seed of confidence. My goal is to plant and nourish that seed that enables a student to feel, “Yes, I actually can do this and with work can be successful with math.” This will last to times long after I finished tutoring that student. WHY SO MANY STUDENTS ...
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, geometry
$50.00/hr
San Rafael, CA
Alyza S. ...Then I have the student organize the items in accordance with the task. Whatever the difficulty, I work with the student as an individual, building on what he or she already knows in order to develop a new skill. With sufficient repetition and practice, the student's confidence level improves--and this makes math less scary and more fun!
42 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, ESL/ESOL, piano
$40.00/hr
San Pablo, CA
Jeanie L. ...My experience helping people overcome this fear is broad--from helping aspiring teachers to would-be actors to business presenters. I have developed specific exercises and practices that enable the speaker to focus on the content, not the delivery. When I became a vegetarian, I realized I had to learn how to cook if I wanted to eat well.
53 Subjects: including prealgebra, English, reading, Spanish
$80.00/hr
Lafayette, CA
Ray D. ...A long vowel word gets a single consonant when adding -ed or -ing. The example used involves two words, "hop" and "hope." Hop becomes "hopped" and "hopping", while hope becomes "hoped" and "hoping." We then brainstormed single syllable words where we could apply this rule, then made sentences ...
12 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, geometry, statistics
$50.00/hr
San Rafael, CA

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