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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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Bestos F. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Charlotte, NC
University of BueaMath
“I believe that students need a secure, caring and a stimulating atmosphere to grow and mature intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially”
Beth H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Lake Havasu City, AZ
California State University – San BernardinoLiberal Studies
“If you want to succeed in life, you must focus on your goals.”
Bethany R. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Fort Collins, CO
Colorado State UniversityBusiness Administration
“I believe that all education should be driven by a love of learning.”
Brady F. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Falmouth, ME
University of TampaFinancial Economics
“Education needs to be seen as a lifelong, permanent facet of a student’s life.”
Brendan L. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Cambridge, ON
University of Detroit MercyBusiness Administration
“I believe that every child is unique who each need a stimulating atmosphere to help themselves mature and grow.”
Brian S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Park Hills, KY
Bowling Green State UniversityB.Sc; Education (Mathematics and Political Science)
“Teaching should take into account the concept that not all students learn the same way.”
Brian H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Waldport, OR
University of Nevada, RenoBiochemistry
“I like to serve as a facilitator and motivator for those pursuing their own path of education.”
Brian S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Kingston, MA
Bridgewater State UniversityMathematics
“My patience is one of my best qualities, and if a student doesn’t understand something the first time then I need to find another way to explain the concepts.”
Brianna N. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Caledonia, MI
Asbury UniversitySecondary Math Education
“My educational philosophy is to ensure that every student experiences mathematical success and enjoyment.”
Brianna P. – Algebra 1 Tutor – San Luis Obispo, CA
University of California, BerkeleyPsychology
“I firmly believe that education is basic human right, so that everyone has the right to a strong education.”
Britany M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Grand Falls-windsor, NL
Memorial University of NewfoundlandCommunity Studies
“Learners should be immersed in the material they are learning.”
Brittany O. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Eugene, OR
University of California, IrvineBiological Sciences
“I believe students should have a teacher and mentor that shows them the relevance of what they are studying in everyday life.”
Brittany M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Fredericton, NB
University of New BrunswickBiology and Business Administration
“Building relationships with my students is a priority to me because I think it plays an important role in maintaining good classroom management.”
Bruce Z. – Algebra 1 Tutor – La Jolla, CA
San Jose State Univ.Mathematics
“My educational philosophy can be simply described to be: “Teaching mathematics through Socratic or “Discovery” method uniquely combined with “Positive Reinforcement” techniques.”
Bryan F. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Lafayette, IN
Vanderbilt UniversityChemistry
“I believe the key to successful learning is a thorough understanding of a student’s specific strengths and weaknesses and then a tailoring of instructional plans to meet their needs.”
Bryanna M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Otonabee, ON
University of OttawaMathematics
“tudents attend school with the right to learn, be challenged, and develop critical thought. They are not to be discriminated, but to be respected and treated as unique individuals.”
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Camelia H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Broad Brook, CT
University of California, DavisPsychology
“My educational philosophy is that multiple intelligences exist. Some students require hands on experiences, some visual, and others auditory associations.”
Camille X. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Sacramento, CA
California State UniversitySocial Science and Administration
“I love teaching, especially helping young people learn and making learning fun.”
Can Z. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Richmond Hill, ON
Mcgill UniversityComputer Science
“My educational philosophy is that every student in my class will learn to the fullest extend of their potential through my dedicated instructional efforts and pedagogically professional engagement.”
Carla S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Southfield, MI
Wayne State UniversityMathematics
“It is a teachers job to help bring out the greatness that they possess so that they can become better people.”
Carmea D. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Houston, TX
Alabama A&M UniversityElectrical Engineering Technology
“I feel there is a need for compassionate, strong, and dedicated individuals who are excited about working with children. In our competitive society it is important for students to not only receive a solid education, but to work with someone who is aware of and sensitive to their individual needs.”
Caroline H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Wakefield, RI
California State University, Monterey BayEnvironmental Science
“I truly believe that with hard work and a positive attitude, anyone can learn anything.”
Casey T. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Peterborough, ON
Trent UniversityPsychology
“My philosophy is to make learning fun for every single student.”
Cassandra H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Jefferson, GA
Grand Canyon UniversityEarly Education; Special Education
“I believe all students are capable of learning and that effective teachers can reach every student.”
Catherine A. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Dallas, TX
University of Texas, DallasChemistry
“My personal educational philosophy is that everyone deserves a chance to excel to their educational potential no matter the situation at hand.”
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