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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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Shena K. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Farmville, VA
Longwood UniversityElementary Education
“As a classroom teacher, I introduce a lot of hands-on activities to my students.”
Sherif E. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Jersey City, NJ
Saint Peter’s UniversityBiology
“My goal is to make sure the students not only could solve problems, but also apply it to our common experiences.”
Sherrie F. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Fort Valley, GA
Columbus State UniversityMathematics
“An outstanding teacher should be caring and knowledgeable.”
Shiann S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Melissa, TX
Texas A&M UniversityPolitical Science
“I believe that all children are unique.”
Siana E. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Lynchburg, VA
Lynchburg CollegeSpecial Education
“I believe every child can learn if given the right environment and resources.”
Sidafa C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Fall River, MA
University of Massachusetts DartmouthComputational Mathematics, Accounting
“After every session, I find it best to ask the student to teach me the material.”
Sina J. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Kelowna, BC
University of British ColumbiaPhD in Mechanical Engineering
“I believe learning can be enjoyable for students through presenting sensible/practical examples and demonstrating how science is observed in real life.”
Sonia G. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Kitchener, ON
University of Western OntarioMathematics
“I believe students’ needs come first; it is the teacher’s responsibility to make sure the student understands the course content by making sure each individual step is explained thoroughly.”
Sonya I. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Intercession City, FL
Western Governor’s UniversityChristian Education
“Success creates an inner motivation to keep learning, and through creating stepping stones that result in success, I feel students will realize that learning can be fun and rewarding.”
Sophia C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Rochester Hills, MI
Oakland UniversityHealth Science
“Having a good work ethic and studying hard is key in doing well in your classes.”
Srikrishna B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Edmonton, AB
University of AlbertaElectrical Engineering
“My idea of teaching is to develop a true passion in students towards the subject.”
Stacy W. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Marysville, CA
California State UniversityBusiness, Marketing
“Teaching is the ability to translate subjects into a language that students can understand.”
Stefani B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Montreal, QC
McGill UniversityEnglish, Psychology, Marketing, Education
“A constructivist approach to teaching requires that a student build knowledge and a teacher be a guide.”
Stephanie R. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Stoneboro, PA
Edinboro University of PennsylvaniaSecondary English Education
“A Chinese proverb states, “Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand”. This simple statement speaks volumes about how people learn and how teachers should react to this learning.”
Stephanie T. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Calgary, AB
University of CalgaryBiological Science
“I believe that how one is exposed to different educational topics can have a huge impact on whether or not they enjoy learning about them.”
Stephen S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Philadelphia, PA
Temple UniversityFinance
“In order for students to completely benefit, the teacher has to realize their role in the process of education.”
Steven C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Guelph, ON
University of WaterlooPsychology
“Every student learns in different ways.”
Subhan A. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Markham, ON
University of WaterlooBiology
“Education should be a human right available to everyone.”
Suisui Z. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Regina, SK
University of ReginaEconomics
“I believe that the goal of education is to enrich the lives of students while producing articulate, expressive thinkers and lifelong learners who are socially responsible, resilient and active citizens of the world.”
Sukhbir B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Richmond, BC
University of LondonMathematics
“I believe that every child has potential and has the right to an education.”
Sukhpreet S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Saskatoon, SK
University of SaskatchewanPharmacology
“I believe in applying simpler and easy to understand study methods. “
Surabhi J. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Montreal, QC
McGill UniversityMechanical Engineering
“Education is for life and mastering the art of learning at a young age is extremely fruitful because it can be applied to any future tasks at any stage of life.”
Susan R. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Gainesville, GA
St. Ambrose UniversityPsychology
“Working as a team, both the teacher and student can explore, learn and apply new information.”
Suzan B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Ottawa, ON
Carleton UniversityBiomedical and Mechanical Engineering
“Teaching is an art; as a teacher you have to be adaptable and able to find creative ways to connect with students.”
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Talicia M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Middletown, OH
Howard UniversityChemical Engineering
“I believe that every person has the seeds of greatness inside of them.”
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