Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL (Mathematics)
Western Illinois University, Macomb IL (Master's)
I taught in Illinois for seven years and Phoenix for 5 years. I primarily taught high school. The courses taught and number of times taught are in the list below. I meet the requirements for "Highly Qualified" in Mathematics.
I hold a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics (physics minor), and am able to present material via a variety of formats and approaches. If I see that you are not "getting it" one way, I'll approach the concept from a different angle. I am generally quite patient and will work with anyone that has the desire to learn. However, I am NOT willing to waste my time and your money if the student isn't willing to put the effort into learning.
Pre-Algebra - 3 years
Algebra 1 - 4 years
Geometry - 2 years
Algebra 2 - 2 years
Pre-calculus - 2 years
Statistics - 1 semester
Physics - 1 year (college prep)
Physics - 1 year (tech prep/minimal mathematics/conceptual)
Junior high math - 3 years
Junior High Social Studies - 1 year
Computers ranging from introductory junior high to professional development for adults
Algebra 1, 2 (Algebra 1 A&B)
Geometry 1, 2
Algebra 3, 4 (Algebra 2 A&B)
I have a very broad knowledge and experience base and can assist with other areas as well.
I do require that a parent or guardian be present if the student is under 18 years of age. I have also a current fingerprint clearance card.
With my current teaching schedule, I am only available on weekends. If a weekend only schedule will work for you, I am available. I taught in Illinois for seven years and Phoenix for 5 years. I primarily taught high school. The courses taught and number of times taught are in the list below. I meet the requirements for "Highly Qualified" in Mathematics.
I hold a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics (physics minor), and am able to present material via a variety of
I am willing to adjust rates for multiple students. e-mail me with the information and I will determine the adjustment.
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