Hello! I am a third year student at CSUSB who is anticipating studying Education! I have extensive personal experience working with young students to help them with their homework-Math and Language Arts! I will demonstrate patience, enthusiasm and creative problem solving skills so you can build your confidence in your own problem solving skills. Allow me to be a part of your journey!
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To be sufficient in a subject is to be able to perform the problems assigned to you. To be proficient in a subject is to be able to perform any problem that could be assigned to you, or at least tackle them adequately. In our fast-paced society, more times than not, students are educated just to be sufficient in a subject. My intent as a tutor is to educate a student to master that subject -- to be proficient in ... See more
My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics abilities. After graduation, I was presented with the opportunity to join a network of USC alumni providing tutoring services to the surrounding community. Through this network, I began tutoring elementary and middle school students in their homes, gaining more subject experience and acquiring a ... See more
I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native language it's Spanish. I started tutoring when I was on my third year of college back in El Salvador. My dad (who's also a physicist) worked as a teacher for 40 years, I dare to say I inherited my passion for ... See more
I attended the University of California, Riverside earning a BS in Microbiology. Furthermore, I am a recent graduate of Boston University earning an MS in Oral Biology. At UCR I had the privilege of conducting undergraduate research and receiving two USDA grants.
I have been tutoring students since high school and have worked with students of various age groups (ranging from 1st grade up to college). My tutoring specialties are in the fields of mathematics and sciences. Throughout my educational ... See more
Hello, I’m Tom. I am seasoned professional with over 35 years of experience in using mathematics to solve business problems. From my experience, I’ve realized just how important professors, mentors and tutors have been to me to be successful though out my journey. People willing to take the time to transfer their knowledge or go the extra mile to help answer questions and get through problems have made all the difference which is why I enjoy tutoring!
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I’d love to mentor you or your child! With over 6 years experience tutoring math and science subjects for all grade levels, I am one of the highest rated STEM tutors in this region. I am currently taking a gap year before enrolling at Columbia University in the City of New York for my undergraduate studies in engineering and finance. I graduated high school at the top of my class with the toughest course load ... See more
I’m currently a medical student on my break. I have a Bachelor's degree in Biology from UCI. Over the past extensive years of schooling I have learned, what are the best ways to learn a lot of material in a very short time and retain them as well. This can be done by learning the big picture, understanding the concept, then dive into details and always trying to connect the details to the big picture. When a student ... See more
Hi. My name is Farhan. I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia in Canada pursuing a Bachelor of Science. I happen to be very fluent in speaking English and Gujarati and partially fluent in Swahili, Urdu and Hindi.
I taught GED Math and Science at a local community centre as a volunteer for four months and decided to join this network of tutors so that I can reach a larger audience to share with potential ... See more
The Gateway Arch may be in St. Louis, Missouri, but the double arches that have come to define America began on the west coast. San Bernardino was the home of Dick and Mac McDonald’s first barbecue restaurant. Unfortunately, the McDonald brothers were not quite the math whiz kids that saw the scalability of the company, which is why businessman Ray Kroc was able to swoop in and take their business far beyond the brothers ever imagined. With some extra math help, maybe the brothers would have seen it coming.
Algebra 1 tutors in San Bernardino are filling vacant spots in their schedules left and right as students are snapping them up to work on their math skills. Learning the coordinate plane is hard at this stage, but it does not have to be difficult for you. One of our tutors can easily help you reach your math dreams.
As you work with one of our San Bernardino tutors, you will work on the syllabus that is best for you. Our tutors cater the lessons directly to the students, so they are never wasting time on concepts that they are already good at. One of the frustrations in school is constantly knowing the answer and wanting to tell the rest of the class, so you can move on, but the teacher will not call on you because they want to be sure the rest of class is understanding too.
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I have over seven years of experience teaching math and four years of experience working as a math tutor. I have taught math at the junior high and high school level and spent many years teaching at the college level. Over the course of my teaching career, I have taught the following courses: developmental math, pre-algebra, college algebra, geometry and geometry honors, finite math, and statistics. I enjoy explaining mathematical and abstract concepts to students. I also love ... See more
I'm a junior and currently pursing a degree in engineering with dual minors in computer science and mathematics. I am passionate about math and like to attend math conferences as well as participate in my schools math club. I enjoy teaching and explaining things to others.
I have always enjoyed helping people learn and reach their goals. I have over 5 years of tutoring experience and additional experience teaching, coaching, and mentoring. Subject areas include: elementary through high school math and English, high school and college physics, computer skills, and GED test preparation. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in physics. Looking forward to working together!
I worked as a high school math teacher for five years and recently finished an MBA at IE Business School, a top international program in Madrid, Spain. As a math teacher, I ranked among the top 20% of teachers in the state, according to end of the year student test data.
My students are always able to answer the question of why a particular math learning objective is important. My students know much more than just the steps to ... See more
I have 3 years of teaching experience and many years of nannying. I love working with children in any capacity! Due to COVID-19 I did not return to teach this year, and instead am tutoring some of my old students. I would love to add more students to the list to help other families through this difficult time! I don't exclusively work with children who have Special Needs, but the philosophy I adopt in the classroom translates well ... See more
For 30+ years (3000+ in person contact hours), I have tutored grades 6-12, college, and adult students in Physics & Math (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus.).
He has BS/MS degrees in physics from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and used math as a teacher for 6 years and STEM industry for 15 years. He models how to communicate attention to math details which empowers students to express their thoughts with more clearly too.
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I am a PhD-level tutor from Knoxville, TN, specializing in helping students prepare for standardized tests. I have several years of experience teaching courses at the college level in both social psychology and research methods, as well as experience tutoring in math, science and English.
Most of the problems that my students have, result from a failure to install in them the thinking strategies and working habits leading to success. Once the students learn those strategies and apply them ... See more
I have taught classes in pre-algebra, algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, and statistics at local colleges and universities. I have tutored students from a range of ages in a variety of courses. I have tutored high school students in AP Calculus and AP Statistics as well as assisting with ACT and SAT prep. I have tutored college students in calculus and statistics in addition to GRE prep.
Hello! Thank you for viewing my profile! My name is Tawanah Reeves, and I am a business owner, educator, and mentor. I love writing and movies. Great storytelling and sharing the experiences of others through those stories is something I enjoy. I've been a tutor for 10 years. My passion for teaching and developing others led to the creation of meshellefae.com, my online blog for writers who want to hone their craft or learn how to tell their ... See more
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McDonalds is not the only fast food chain to start in San Bernardino, as a San Bernardino native named Glen Bell opened a hot dog stand called Bell’s Drive-In that started his journey to crunch wrap supremacy. Years later, Bell opened a taco stand called Taco Tia. If you have not put the pieces together yet, you may recognize it better as the name it took on in 1962, combining the Taco part with his last name to form what we now know as Taco Bell.
The competing fast food chains have grown exponentially over the years, to the point where they are as ubiquitous as Kleenex or Velcro. Exponential growth is a concept that takes some time to understand. The multiplication on multiplication is something that confuses many, which is why many turn to Algebra 1 tutoring in San Bernardino.
Our Algebra 1 tutors have done the work themselves as great students, working their way to bachelor’s degrees in the fields that they tutor. They are able to help any student, of any learning level, get the help needed to come away with victories in school.
Tutors may not have seemed accessible in the past, but with all of our options and flexibility, you will never struggle to find San Bernardino Algebra 1 tutoring again. Call in today and try out one of our tutoring options.