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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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Catherine D. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Las Vegas, NV
University of Nevada, RenoCommunity Health Sciences, Speech Pathology and Audiology
“I believe that every child deserves the opportunity to learn, and that every child should receive the necessary attention and help in subjects they have difficulty with.”
Cathy B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – London, ON
University of TorontoChemistry
“Students need their educators to make them feel confident and self-assured about their ability to learn.”
Chantel S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Arp City, TX
East Texas State UniversityKinesiology and English Majors
“I believe that all students have an immense ability to learn.”
Charles A. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Cassopolis, MI
Southwestern Michigan CollegeComputer Science
“Interactive learning is essential!”
Chi S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of Surrey, UKApplied Educational Studies in Education and Training
“If fundamentals are clear, the subject becomes easier to understand.”
Chris P. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Littleton, CO
University of ColroadoSociology
“Everyone learns differently, and we need to identify what is the most effective methodology of conveying and retaining new information.”
Christi B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Trimble, MO
Ottawa UniversityElementary Education
“hile all children have the ability to learn, they each have their own learning styles and strengths. A good teacher will work with students to meet their learning goals. “
Christina E. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Hermitage, PA
Westminster CollegeMathematics
“I believe that a teacher should be dedicated to their students, have a strong work ethic, and be adaptable to differing situations.”
Christina T. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Peyton, CO
University of NevadaNursing
“Beyond striving to ensure that students learn the fundamental content of the material I teach, my objectives as a educator is to foster critical thinking skills; facilitate the acquisition of lifelong learning skills; to help students develop problem-solving strategies.”
Christina D. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Fort Saskatchewan, AB
Acadia UniversityBiology
“My personal goal as an educator has always been to challenge students to become the best they possibly can in all ways.”
Christine C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Goffstown, NH
Rivier UniversityMathematics Education
“Students should be taught using whatever means they find most valuable.”
Christopher R. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Tallahassee, FL
Stanford UniversityPhysics and Music
“I try to emphasize the intuitive aspects to students when I teach and tutor.”
Christopher I. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Charlotte, NC
University of South CarolinaBusiness Administration
“I firmly believe that everyone can succeed in school, it’s a matter of getting that drive and inner self-worth out of them and then the sky’s the limit.”
Christopher M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – El Paso, TX
The University of Texas, El PasoReligion
“Encouraging higher-level thinking skills and independence are of utmost importance in my instruction, as I aim to develop leaders who lead by example and through critical thinking.”
Christopher M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Tallahassee, FL
University of FloridaNeurobiological Science
“Every student deserves equal treatment; some may be more forthcoming, these are easy to teach; it’s the students who desire success but may be more introverted or not know even where to start on success in your course that require more effort and may ultimately show the most gains from your class.”
Christopher C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – London, ON
University of Western OntarioEnglish Language and Literature
“Having a student understand a concept is one thing, but to inspire a deeper desire for connections beyond the classroom is the true making of an effective, influential teacher.”
Christy C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Cumming, GA
University of GeorgiaJournalism and Art
“Each child is a unique individual who needs a secure, caring environment within which to grow and mature both intellectually and emotionally.”
Christy Z. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Calgary, AB
Simon Fraser University Statistics
“The combination of statistics and computing science gives me a diverse knowledge in applied science.”
Ci Z. – Algebra 1 Tutor – London, ON
University of WaterlooMathematics
“I like to show students the easiest way to understand things and relate things together for memorizing more deeply and easily. give interesting and classic examples for students to enjoy studing
offer useful study skills”
Cindy X. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Winnipeg, MB
University of British ColumbiaCell Biology and Genetics
“I am passionate about education, and it shows in my teaching.”
Cindy L. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Victoria, TX
University of South CarolinaElementary Education
“I teach with the expectation that each of my students will succeed.”
Clarice C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Weare, NH
Plymouth State UniversityMath Education 7-12
“Often students learn best in a one-on-one setting or in an alternative setting to the traditional classroom.”
Cliff H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Ringgold, GA
University of TennesseeMusic Education
“A teacher’s primary purpose is to provide basic concepts and encourage students to build on them.”
Clifford H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Vancouver, BC
University of ManitobaMath
“Teachers are no longer the fountains of information we used to be.”
Cody D. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Colorado Springs, CO
California State UniversityMathematics
“Mathematics is a tool more than a learned knowledge.”
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