# Algebra-1-Tutoring-15

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**University of Louisville**–

*Economics*

“My educational philosophy is that everyone can reach his or her potential with practice, hard work, and determination.”

**University of South Africa**–

*Mathematics*

“I believe that there is only one way to learn math, and that is to do it.”

**Northcentral University**–

*Elementary Education*

“I have come to realize that there are two important skills necessary to being a successful teacher: first, you must have a very clear understanding of the curriculum. Second, you must be able to work with and relate with your students.”

**University of Michigan-Ann Arbor**–

*General Science/Chemistry/Religion*

“I plan and instruct each subject area using a wide variety of motivational and implementation strategies as well as teaching aids in order to engage students in active learning, which is essential for growth.”

**Penn State University**–

*Mathematics*

“I believe that a teacher is more like a coach of the classroom.”

**State College**–

*Bachelor’s in Engineering*

“Learning is the way to live life.”

**University of Toronto**–

*Biology*

“I believe that students should be encouraged to seek answers and think rationally so they can apply these skills to other areas of their lives.”

**University of Toronto**–

*Biology*

“I believe that each student is different and deserves individual attention.”

**Carleton University**–

*Geography, Education*

“I believe every student is a unique individual who can be motivated, engaged, and expand their academic learning in a stimulating atmosphere.”

**South Dakota State University**–

*Mathematics*

“Students all learn at different rates and environments so it is the responsibility of each educator to best fulfill the needs of the individual students.”