Algebra 1 is a bit more than "x = 7 and y = 11." I will teach you how to analyze a "word problem" to discover what is known, what is unknown, and the method to solve it. And we will have fun in the process! I was the founder of the Philadelphia AutoCAD Users Group since the early 1980's, and have served as President, Vice-President, and Program Chairman.
Norristown, PAView Tutor
...Geometry has a lot of terms to remember but once you are past that, it can be engaging and a lot of fun -- like doing puzzles. I use a variety of different teaching techniques to help students master geometry. I can also use examples from decades of experience as a professional physicist.
Swarthmore, PAView Tutor
...That empowers students with the confidence and insight they require to attack every problem correctly. Wasn?t science just about everyone?s favorite subject in elementary school? Who doesn?t like experiments and explosions?
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
Ardmore, PAView Tutor
The traditional first stumbling block in Algebra I is the concept of a ?variable?, or representing numbers with symbols such a letters. The next hurdle is typically signed numbers, symbolic operations on variables, and equations. These require extensive interactive examples and discussion.
Woodstown, NJView Tutor