...I also understand that everyone does not learn at the same speed and the same way as the next person. With this knowledge, I adjust my tutoring style to the particular student. The most important goal that I will accomplish while tutoring is that the student understands how a particular answer was derived and will be able to replicate this knowledge outside of our sessions!
Fort Worth, TXView Tutor
...I have tutored numerous high school students in all levels of math and physics: regular, honors, and AP. Working at UTD, I had the opportunity to observe many amazing tutors and learn what works and what doesn't work. Also, by teaching the same subjects to a lot of different students, I learned to adjust to each individual's learning style.
Denton, TXView Tutor
I love math and love helping students with math! I have taught math at the middle school, high school, and university level for a total of 16 years experience. I have a B.S. degree in mathematics from Texas A&M, an M.A. in mathematics from the University of Wisconsin, and have just completed my PhD in mathematics at the University of Texas-Arlington.
Carrollton, TXView Tutor
...The challenging part starts after the review of Algebra 2. This covers Trigonometric functions and continues into new areas. The last part of the course deals with limits and is actually an introduction to Calculus.
Southlake, TXView Tutor
I am currently working as a software engineer for a company in Ohio. I have a double major in Mathematics and Philosophy. I tutored students in mathematics while in college and also have extensive writing experience from my philosophy background.
Roanoke, TXView Tutor