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Chris J.

Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

Experienced Math and Chemistry Tutor

...Wherever possible I use visuals from selected textbooks. This makes such a difference for my students and is reflected in their success. Certification test passed with 100% score. Prealgebra is the key stepping stone between Elementary Math and Algebra 1. I do... read more
Offering 13 subjects

Ann G.

Mechanicsville, MD 20659

Not Your Grandma's Tutor for Elementary Reading, Phonics, and Math

...I teach the ABeka phonics charts to kindergarten and first and second grade students. I teach the sounds of the letters of the alphabet as well as blends, digraphs, and diphthongs using workbooks, games, and flash cards. The student and I work as a team to overcome... read more
Offering 3 subjects

Kim C.

Tully, NY 13159

Effective Math and Science Tutor for high school and college

...I help students learn how to visualize the material for themselves and solve genetics problems, by engaging each student in describing, with as much detail as possible, what he/she can understand. Then, I fill in the blanks. I have taught small-group Regents... read more
Offering 21 subjects

Harumi B.

Littleton, CO 80129

Fun learning with Native Japanese tutor

...My teaching methods are not limited to using text books alone. I use flash cards, games and even songs when students are small children. I can also teach Japanese culture, like origami, old Japanese fables, cooking Japanese cuisine, how to wear Kimonos and so... read more
Offering 1 subject

Brandon V.

Austin, TX 78744

Mathematical Muscle. I'll Be Your Personal Trainer

...Notice that 1+3=4, 1+3+5=9, 1+3+5+7=16, and 1+3+5+7+9=25. We can see that each sum is a perfect square. We conjecture the formula 1+3+5+.....+2n-1=n^2. We prove this by induction. 1=1^2 is obvious. Suppose 1+3+5+.....+2k-1=k^2. Then 1+3+5+.....+2k-1+2(k+1)-1=k^2+2(k+1)-1=k^2+2k+2-1=k^2+2k+1=(k+1)^2... read more
Offering 34 subjects
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