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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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Ellen C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Parkland, FL
Queens College Biology
“A key to a student’s success is a great role model.”
Elsa R. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Montreal, QC
McGill UniversityComputer Engineering
“Students need lessons that revolve around the skills that they should acquire and not just the information that they need to digest.”
Elsie I. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Rochester, NY
Cornell UniversityBiology and Society
“Education is power and I believe that every child deserves the right to an education.”
Elysia B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of WaterlooBiomedical Science
“As a Doctor of Chiropractic, a professor of anatomy and physiology, and a new mother, I have the unique ability to teach at a level understood by all.”
Emaan A. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Lexington, KY
Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteMathematics
“I think education is very important and can be enlightening and fun.”
Ember E. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Omaha, NE
University of Nebraska at KearneyNutrition
“I believe that teaching is a process of helping students actively engage in their own learning process.”
Emili B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Frankfort, OH
The Ohio State UniversityEarly Childhood Development
“As a teacher, I believe that it is my job to help each and every student perform to their highest potential.”
Emilie W. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Waterloo, ON
University of WaterlooEnvironmental Studies, Biology
“Different people learn in different ways; there is no one right way to teach and learn.

Emily B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Cedar Hill, TX
University of Texas Mathematics
“Students learn best when they ask the questions.”
Eric H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Swartz Creek, MI
Baker CollegeBusiness Administration
“My personal philosophy is that I approach the act of teaching with enthusiasm and commitment, and teach my students how to become active, independent, lifelong learners.”
Eric F. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Chicago, IL
National Louis UniversityElementary Education
“Learning is fun. As a teacher, I don’t see my job as to forcefully infuse knowledge, but rather to facilitate learning for the student.”
Eric B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Waterloo, ON
University of WaterlooMechanical Engineering
“Providing an individualized education plan that respects the strengths and addresses the weaknesses of the student allows the student to feel empowered by their education and promote a drive to excel.”
Erica J. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Baton Rouge, LA
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LASecondary Math and Science (M.A.T.)
“My teaching and learning philosophy is based on the notion that learning is a lifelong process, and the distinction created between real life and schooling.”
Erica M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Farmington, MO
Ashford UniversitySocial Sciences
“Every child learns differently, so teachers should be adaptable to their students’ various styles of learning.”
Erica V. – Algebra 1 Tutor – San Clemente, CA
University California State – FullertonLiberal Studies
“I believe that education is the key the key to success.”
Evan B. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Chamblee, GA
Washington UniversityMathematics
“I believe anyone has an innate desire to learn.”
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Felicia K. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Binghamton, NY
Binghamton UniversityEnglish Literature and Rhetoric
“I believe that every student has a specific learning style that works for him and it is the role of the teacher to help each student succeed.”
Fiona M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – El Paso, TX
University of CincinnatiInternational Affairs
“Teaching needs to be tailored to an individual student, to their learning style and needs, and goal setting and praise are an important part of the process.”
Fiona M. – Algebra 1 Tutor – North Vancouver, BC
Simon Fraser UniversityAnthropology, Sociology
“I believe in going where the student needs to go, and appreciating that every learning need is different.”
Fiona S. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of TorontoAerospace engineering
“Education is so important as it helps develop the mind, which is a very powerful tool.”
Flor A. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Calgary, AB
Universidad Central de VenezuelaSecondary Education
“I am flexible on adapting to different learning styles, focusing on students’ capabilities rather than concentrating on limitations.”
Frances E. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Huntington Beach, CA
University of California: IrvineTheater
“Students need to have a reason to master the content and once they have one, whatever reason that may be they will learn.”
Frances H. – Algebra 1 Tutor – London, ON
University of Western OntarioFamily Studies
“I believe that every student has the potential to learn, they just need to find how to find out the best way to learn and I want to help the students find how to do this.”
Francis C. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Vancouver, BC
University of British ColumbiaKinesiology
“I believe that knowledge is the most important tool one can possess to become successful in life.”
Frank G. – Algebra 1 Tutor – Rockford, IL
Rockford UniversityMathematics
“As a Mathematics educator, I believe that students retain more information from practical applications as well as social interactions with their peers.”
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