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Algebra 2 Tutors Available

SchoolTutoring Academy offers Math – Algebra-2 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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Bryanna M. – Algebra 2 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 2 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.”
Can Z. – Algebra 2 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 2 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.”
Caroline H. – Algebra 2 Tutor – Wakefield, RI
California State University, Monterey BayEnvironmental Science
“I truly believe that with hard work and a positive attitude, anyone can learn anything.”
Cassandra H. – Algebra 2 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 2 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.”
Charles A. – Algebra 2 Tutor – Cassopolis, MI
Southwestern Michigan CollegeComputer Science
“Interactive learning is essential!”
Chi S. – Algebra 2 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 2 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.”
Christina E. – Algebra 2 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 D. – Algebra 2 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 2 Tutor – Goffstown, NH
Rivier UniversityMathematics Education
“Students should be taught using whatever means they find most valuable.”
Christine K. – Algebra 2 Tutor – Cilo, MI
University of Michigan-FlintEnglish, Spanish
“By providing encouragement and motivation, I believe that all students can succeed.”
Christopher R. – Algebra 2 Tutor – Tallahassee, FL
Stanford UniversityPhysics and Music
“I try to emphasize the intuitive aspects to students when I teach and tutor.”
Christopher I. – Algebra 2 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 2 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.”
Christy Z. – Algebra 2 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 2 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 2 Tutor – Winnipeg, MB
University of British ColumbiaCell Biology and Genetics
“I am passionate about education, and it shows in my teaching.”
Clarice C. – Algebra 2 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 2 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 2 Tutor – Vancouver, BC
University of ManitobaMath
“Teachers are no longer the fountains of information we used to be.”
Cody D. – Algebra 2 Tutor – Colorado Springs, CO
California State UniversityMathematics
“Mathematics is a tool more than a learned knowledge.”
Colleen Y. – Algebra 2 Tutor – Ennismore, ON
Queen’s UniversityMathematics
“I believe that all students should be given the opportunity to reach their greatest potential.”
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