...After getting my degrees I worked at a Coastal Carolina Community College teaching developmental math courses and college algebra. I have over four years teaching experience. While completing my Master's degree and teaching, I have worked in a math lab tutoring current and potential students in algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, and for entrance exams.
Hampton, GAView Tutor
...With this I have found a passion and desire to teach others the things I know in academia. Throughout high school and college, I tutored multiple students in various subjects. This included but was not limited to general K-12 curriculum, ACT prep, SAT prep and EOCT testing.
Peachtree City, GAView Tutor
...In college, I'm planning to major in Chemistry. I've also played piano for around 8 years, so I can be a piano teacher as well, although I'll only be comfortable with beginners or early intermediates. Thank you for reading my bio!
Conyers, GAView Tutor
...Learning shouldn't be a chore and I find that understanding the individual needs of a student can make all the difference in his or her love of learning. One size really doesn't fit all when it comes to education.I have taught multiple levels of math for 27 years, including algebra I. I find the most rewarding part of my work to be one-on-one instruction.
Decatur, GAView Tutor
...Likewise, Spanish, and language in general, is not a subject just to memorize knowledge, but a tool to communicate and to relate with others. Just like Physics and Math, it builds over prior learning, and you can stumble greatly without that build-up. Physics and Math are languages for nature; Spanish is a language for people.
Sharpsburg, GAView Tutor