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Algebra 1 Tutors Available

SchoolTutoring Academy offers Math – Algebra-1 tutoring across all cities in the U.S. and Canada. Please call us at 1-877-545-7737 (PREP) to schedule tutoring with any of our available tutors.

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Melissa K. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Ironton, OH
Ohio UniversityEarly Childhood Education
“I utilize capabilities in planning and implementing high quality lessons, analyzing and using data, and building strong relationships with students.”
Melissa C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Smiths Falls, ON
Trent UniversityMathematics and Computer Science
“I believe that the connection between the student and the teacher can help motivate students to persist at difficult problems.”
Melissa O. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Charleroi, PA
California University of Pennsylvania Secondary Education
“I believe that all students are capable of learning complex material based on their individual learning needs.”
Melissa C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – South Saint Paul, MN
Winona State UniversityElementary Education
“I believe that as an educator, my job is to encourage learning and assist in the success of my students.”
Melton S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Hoxie, AR
Arkansas State UniversityMathematics
“I believe that all students can learn given the opportunity, educational resources, and time to do so.”
Micah Y. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Cahaba Heights, AL
University of AlabamaBiology
“I recognize that every student, whether young or old, is unique and therefore has different learning styles.”
Michael M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Moncton, NB
Mount Allison UniversityChemistry/Math
“Learning works best in a one on one environment; you are able to fully provide your attention/ efforts to one student and be able to focus on the specific needs he or she requires.”
Michael H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Billings, MT
Walden University/Baker CollegeBusiness
“I believe instructors are facilitators of critical thinking, seeking out the ultimate goal of helping students generate new solutions to problems while defining and maintaining individual and societal integrity.”
Michael R. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Williston, VT
Indiana UniversityHistory
“The most important two factors in teaching are communication and making connections.”
Michael P. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Kapaa, HI
California Institute of TechnologyPhysics
“I believe that students learn best when given clear instruction and engaging material.”
Michael C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Royal Palm Beach, FL
University of FloridaMathematics
“Through the pursuit of knowledge one gains power, wisdom, understanding, and skill.”
Michael E. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Broken Arrow, OK
Oral Roberts UniversityChristian Education
“I will explain why the student must learn what is being taught while I teach the topic.”
Michael L. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Montreal, QC
McGill UniversityPhysiology
“I believe that the one-on-one nature of tutoring allows the teacher the ability to really modify their teaching style to fit the students particular needs.”
Michael G. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Cary, NC
Saint Augustine’s UniversityMathematics
“I believe that you truely learn when something when you can connect with the subject and apply it to everyday life.”
Michael W. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Gainesville, FL
Washington State UniversityChemistry
“My approach to teaching is to work with students to help them understand the underlying concepts that can be confusing.”
Michele P. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Charleston, SC
Arizona State UniversityElementary Education
“My desire is that when my students leave my classroom, they have a tenacity to continue to inquire and learn.”
Michele O. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Altoona, PA
Grand Canyon UniversityEducation
“Throughout a person’s educational experience, I feel that they should set goals for themselves. In order to do this and stick to it, it is often better to have a coach or a counselor to help a student reach those goals.”
Michele F. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Jenners, PA
Grand Canyon UniversityElementary Education
“As an educator, I believe that every student is entitled to a quality education that enables the student to meet their full potential.”
Michele M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – West Kelowna, BC
University of British ColumbiaPrimary Education
“I believe that all students are capable of learning.”
Michelle O. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Bloomington, IN
The College of Wooster (Wooster, Ohio)Linguistics and Language Learning (French, German, and Russian languages)
“I believe that anyone can learn a new subject if they are committed to it and have the right resources.”
Mikaela R. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Lehigh Acres, FL
Florida Gulf Coast UniversityElementary Education
“I believe that students construct their own meaning of the world and a content area through the guidance of a teacher.”
Molly G. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Bozeman, MT
Montana State UniversityBiological Sciences
“I believe that all students are capable of learning and loving learning.”
Monica B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Edmonton, AB
University of AlbertaScience, Math
“Teaching and learning is a symbiotic relationship; both teacher and student must mutually benefit in order for sustainable progress to ensue.”
Monica M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Conway, AR
Thomas Edison State CollegeEducation and Psychology
“I believe every student has the potential to learn and succeed given the best environment and opportunity to achieve.”
Moriah F. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Pueblo, CO
Colorado State UniversityMathematics
“My experience with tutoring has taught me that repetitive practice helps students learn, but more importantly verbalizing or explaining to others a problem reassures students that they know it, or helps identify issues they may be having.”
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