$60/hour

5.0
average from
12
ratings

“**Outstanding Tutor**”

I'm very patient and positive with my students. I meet with my students and/or the family to develop an overall plan first, based on their schedule and needs.

I can help if your need is:

(1) Getting caught up in a class

(2) Overall grade improvement,

(3) Preparing for a specific test or quiz,

(4) Understanding what

Background Check:
Passed

In-person lessons

Sean tutored my daughter in preparation for the math SAT exam. Sean immediately took into account how much time we had until test day and tailored his tutoring plans accordingly. Sean is nice, knowledgeable, and patient, but more importantly was able to present the material in a way that was very easy for my daughter to understand. He kept my daughter on track and she felt more confident to take the exam. I highly recommend Sean as a math tutor.

Test Preparation:

Elementary Education:

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The major areas of Algebra 1 that I tutor cover: solving and graphing linear equations, writing linear equations (using slope intercept, point, slope, form, etc.) solving and graphing linear inequalities, exponential functions, polynomials and factoring.

I usually work from a student's book and focus on the sections they are currently covering in school. I use interactive algebra puzzles with games and riddles for remediation as needed. (my students seem to really enjoy doing these).

Algebra 2 tutoring focusses on the basic concepts introduced in Algebra 1 while broadening the students understanding of algebraic concepts. Many of these concepts are designed to prepare students for Pre-calculus and trigonometry that they will be taking next year.

The alebraic axioms of equality are emphasized and then used to solve real world problems.

Key topics are: Factoring, Systems of Equations, Powers and Roots, Exponents, Radicals, Quadratics, Logarithmic and Exponential Functions and Numerial Trigonometry.

These concepts sound trickier than they are. The truth is once we get to a point where we can understand and think about what is happening in these problems, it becomes much easier.

The major areas covered in prealgebra are:

Solving one step equations and inequalities, factors, operations with fractions, ratios, proportions, linear functions and graphing, area and volume, right triangles, probability and polynomials.

These are all areas I have experience in. Prealgebra builds the foundational skills that students will need to apply next year in Algebra 1. Getting these concepts down will greatly help prepare a student for what they'll being doing in math next year.

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Sean D. loves the math!