Successful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking "Whats in it for me?". I am not where I am today by just my efforts alone.
Conyers, GAView Tutor
...I have taught Euclidean geometry at several levels in high school for several years. I love the fact that it deals logically with shapes. When I teach it I have students do some investigations and make observations.
Marietta, GAView Tutor
...At Clayton State University, I have completed Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus II, and Calculus III with an A. Calculus I and Linear Algebra I have completed with a B. I enjoy working out the problems, and I have worked with multiple approaches to the material, which could mean looking at a problem differently than the way the teacher taught it as a way to enhance understanding.
Mcdonough, GAView Tutor
I love math. I love the way it fits together, the way it works, the way that when you see a pattern, something that always seems to work, that there must a mathematical reason behind it. But I know that everyone doesn't love math the way that I do.
Mableton, GAView Tutor
...I realized that many people don't like a certain subject or class simply because they do not fully understand the material or feel a connection to the subject. As I begin to help those around me develop that understanding, I grew to learn how impactful tutoring can be. I began tutoring students K-6 when I was in the 9th grade.
Atlanta, GAView Tutor