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Peter M.
...I've also taught calculus to people with little math background in a classroom setting. Trigonometry is one of my specialties. Calculus requires an immediate grasp of trigonometry, so I have developed a knack of teaching the main concepts quickly and clearly in my calculus sessions.
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29 Subjects: including physics, reading, calculus, writing
Peter M.
$60.00/hr
West Chester, PA
Sean B.
...Geometry is a fun subject with multidimensional thinking required. I have taught all levels of physics, from General, to Academic, to Honors, to AP C. I am PA Teacher Certified in Physics, I have a BS in electrical engineering and my Masters in Physics Education.
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15 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Sean B.
$50.00/hr
Morton, PA
Michael R.
...As a tutor with multiple years of experience tutoring people in precalculus- and calculus-level courses, tutoring calculus is one of my main focuses. With a physics and engineering background, I encounter math at and above this level every day. With my experience, I walk the student through wha...
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10 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, statistics
Michael R.
$65.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
Sidney S.
...I have taught physics for many years. My teaching goal has been to give students the understanding and the skills which are needed to do very well in taking physics tests, which is the typical manner of earning good grades in physics. Over the years, my students have done very well.
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1 Subject: physics
Sidney S.
$55.00/hr
Prospect Park, PA
Bill M.
...So every math problem boils down to two questions: Which tools should I use, and in what order? It is important for students first to understand the concepts (tools), then learn how to use them in specific contexts, and finally to generalize. Solving the problem is usually easy, but understanding WHY we solve it that way is often more challenging.
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10 Subjects: including physics, calculus, geometry, algebra 1
Bill M.
$65.00/hr
Philadelphia, PA
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