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About Jordan V.

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Portland, OR
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I like to approach math topics in multiple ways so the student can not only understand the topic but also start to develop their own methods to approach new topics with confidence.

About Jordan
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I am a graduate of Michigan State university with a degree in jazz studies and math. I've been teaching formally and informally for the past 5 years in one on one settings and with groups and camps.

My approach is to work with the individual based on their specific musical and personal learning needs while also emphasizing the basics (feel, sound, tone, rhythm, technique) and integrating what the student is doing in their current music groups as well as what music they are personally interested in.

I have experience teaching, performing, writing, and arranging.
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Jordan V.

Jordan V.

Portland, OR 97201
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$45 / 45-min

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Beaverton, OR

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I have taught or tutored math for decades. My approach is different than other math teachers in that I have students first write the words for all of the steps. This method helps students see why they are they doing a step and why can they do a step. Most math teachers work example after example and expect the student to learn inductively. I teach deductively and students, especially ones who have struggled in math, do very well with this new method.

About William
I am math teacher, father and grandfather. I start tutoring when I was in high school and then graduated with a bachelor's degree in mathematics in the late seventies. Later I earned a master's degree in engineering. I have taught for decades and I also had the opportunity to work as an engineer and programmer over the course of two decades. I now teach part time at colleges and tutor part time.

I teach grade school through college and the approach I use has been very helpful for students who have had trouble in math. I have students write the steps with words instead of just working examples.

A student recently wrote:

Mr. Diss took my hardest subject and broke it down so it was easier to understand. He shows clear examples of how to the problems and if I didn’t understand something he was quick to respond to my emails. I hones
tly have to say that this is the first time in my life I felt like I could truly understand math and not just hope to scrape by.
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William D.

William D.

Beaverton, OR 97007
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$34 / 30-min

About Nancy M.

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Gilbert, AZ
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I teach elementary school and do many lessons hands on. I will find different ways to help you learn elementary math, and reading.

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I received my bachelors degree from Ottawa University in 2002, in elementary education. I received my masters degree from Grand Canyon University in 2007. My masters degree is in curriculum and instruction with a focus on reading. I went back to school because I felt I could do more for students with special needs. I am currently teaching in a 4-6 grade self-contained special education classroom.

I have taught grades from 2-7 grades at different schools in Arizona. I have been working in special education for the last 5 years. I feel that I bring a unique perspective to tutoring because of my diverse background since I have started teaching.

If you have a special needs student please make sure that you share with me your students goals from their IEP at school, so that I can also help them with those skills as well.

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Nancy M.

Nancy M.

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I have taught math in elementary, middle school, high school and college since 1985. I got a bachelor of science, a master of science and a master of education. I have more than 30 years of tutoring experience with all math subjects from K-12 and college.

Also I tutored math standard tests, such as SSAT, PSAT, SAT I, SAT II, ACT, GRE, GMAT... I can tutor students either around their school math curriculum and homework or advance math study.

My students enjoy learning math with me and get into top private schools and colleges.

About Yang
I have taught math in elementary, middle school, high school and college since 1985. I got a bachelor of science, a master of science and a master of education. I have more than 30 years of tutoring experience with all math subjects from K-12 and college.

Also I tutored math standard tests, such as SSAT, PSAT, SAT I, SAT II, ACT, GRE, GMAT... I can tutor students either around their school math curriculum and homework or advance math study.

My students enjoy learning math with me and get into top private schools and colleges.
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Yang L.

Yang L.

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About Julie O.

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If you're stuck on concepts or just feeling totally overwhelmed by math in general, let's work together to find a way for these concepts to make sense and feel relevant for YOU. Once they click, they click, and I think you'll find that understanding and solidifying some foundational concepts will make the rest of your coursework much more manageable.

About Julie
GENERAL: I enjoy getting to know my students and their specific interests and quirks, and incorporating those into lessons to help folks better connect with and get excited about the material. I specialize in confidence-building and will be with you every step of the way as you not only gain skills, but perhaps face and overcome some emotional barriers or frustrations. I like to make lessons playful, fun, and relevant to how you want to use these tools in the world.

SINGING AND MUSIC LESSONS: In addition to providing technical training, I believe that singing is about liberation and expression, and have had successes in helping students to find their unique voices through overcoming vocal anxieties. I both work with students who are preparing for auditions and who play in professional bands, and also with students who have only ev
er sung in the shower and just want to get more comfortable using their own voice for fun. I also specialize in teaching music theory (including how to read music, rhythm practice, and harmony), playing an instrument and singing at the same time, and songwriting coaching. I degree in music from Brown University, have been a professional, performing musician for 12 years, and have been teaching private lessons and classes for 8 years.

For those in bands: I specialize in harmony and can do consultation sessions with you and/or your band to help with blending, finding harmonies that work for your respective vocal ranges and for the flow of the song, and teaching skills for finding and building harmonies.

MATH: As a middle and high school student, I didn't believe I was "good" at math. It wasn't until I was an adult and was hired as a math tutor - and later promoted to Assistant Director - of a tutoring company that I realized that was a belief that had held me back. Many kids and young adults struggle with confidence around math, and having had experience with that myself I use tools that help meet students where they're at and support them in building enthusiasm for math and confidence in themselves. In addition to providing tangible math skills (I have not only been tutoring Algebra, Geometry, SAT prep, elementary and middle school math for 5 years, but have also helped run a math tutoring company in which I built year-long curricula for grades K-12), I help students feel that math is within their grasp and can be approached with curiosity rather than fear and low self-esteem.
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Shane May 31, 2018
· SAT · Online
I had no idea when we signed up for SAT prep lessons with Julie, the level of help we would get. Julie went so far above and beyond what you would expect a tutor to do. During the lessons, she was always incredibly encouraging and focused. She explained things in a way that just made more sense. And then in between lessons, she sent problems like the ones we had trouble with to help solidify what was learned. She sent links to other sample problems and communicated regularly about the progress being made. I couldn’t rave enough about Julie!
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Karla February 22, 2018
· Singing · In studio
It was such a pleasure working with Julie! I'd never taken a singing lesson before and Julie made me feel super comfortable. She encouraged me to keep trying when I felt like I was messing up, gave me tips and tricks that worked for me, and also kept it fun! :)
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Nick February 22, 2018
· Vocal Training · In studio
I’m sure most people realize how hard it is to be so vulnerable in front of another, or worse, a group. And that is how singing was for me. I was scared beyond belief. My introduction to Julie was amazing. I felt 100% at ease and comfortable the second I walked through the door. She just has this incredible positive energy and warmth, that you can't help but feel comfortable to be yourself and ready to be open in front of a stranger. For me, this was the biggest step. Once we started singing (if you can call what I was doing that :) she never made me feel uncomfortable or bad about my voice. Just the opposite, encouraging, reinforced by smiles and laughing together. Her exercises are easily comprehensible and she puts everything on paper or in a recording so it's simple to follow for homework. She also helped me learn harmonies on songs my band was doing and created a bunch of fun exercises/games to learn harmony. If you are looking to take singing to the next level, whether starting out or stepping up your current range, Julie is a wonderful instructor and I would highly recommend her to anyone. One of these days I'll convince her join my band :)
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Julie O.

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I focus on the ‘why’ first, and then the ‘what’. I focus on making number sense. Working with me is a exercise in reason and thinking, not just arithmetic. I focus on methods that will allow students to be successful in math and in life.

About Shekkola
My first teaching role was as a catechist at the age of 18. After getting a degree in chemical engineering, i went to work as a process engineer and established a mentor ship program at a school with low student performance.

After working as an engineer for 11 years, I chose to enter the field of education to spend more time with my children and other children in need. My goal has always been helping others. I look forward to helping you!
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Cliona March 12, 2018
· Math · In studio
Shekkola taught Math and science to my three boys in middle school and her teaching was transformative, since they neither liked math nor were good at it before she began to teach them. All three went on to science careers and two went on to take advanced math courses. Once they joined her class they began to love Mathas did all the children in Shekkola's class - which is practically unheard of. I don't know what her magic is, but I am eternally grateful to her
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Hello to all math lovers. Im very good at working with students and adapting to their learning style to make the learning process move smoothly and effectively while still keeping the students interest in the subject. I have a lot of passion for math and I like to think it rubs off on my students. I have a bachaleors degree in Civil Engineering from University of Houston and have mastered math courses such as calculus 1, 2, and 3. Partial differential Equations, Linear algebra, as well as statistics, Structural Design, Material Design, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Statics, Dynamics, as well as other math intensive courses. Im very good with people and like to attack problems from many different angles until we find what works.

About Scott
When working with a new student my number one goal is to make sure that the environment suites their every need so that the number one focus can be learning and having fun. I like to get my new students to give me a list of goals they want to accomplish and I like to lay out some lessons plans in order to get there. The first lesson I usually use as a base line test to evaluate where the student is at.
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Scott S.

Scott S.

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About Gilma R.

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Math can be hard. I have tutored dozens of students and helped them to have a deeper understanding of math. I have flexible hours and will cater to your needs.

About Gilma
I am currently a college student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. I am majoring in international marketing and minoring in advertisement. I play the violin, ukulele, guitar, and trombone! I also am fluent in both English and Spanish.
My main goals with each student is to help create a sense of confidence in their school career, expand their minds, and teach them how to become independent learners. I love learning myself but I also understand that it can be hard to do it all by yourself, that's why I'm here!
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Average Cost of Math Lessons in Portland, OR

The average cost of 60-minute math lessons in Portland is $71. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $55 and $93 per hour.

30-min $34
 
$49 average
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45-min $45
 
$60 average
$79
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$71 average
$93

For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute math lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute math lessons are 16% less expensive at $60, and 30-minute lessons cost 31% less at $49.

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