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Hello! Welcome, and thank you for taking the time to learn more about me and how I might be of assistance to you and/or your child. To begin, my education is in psychology and anthropology, having attended FSU and USF/St. Petersburg for a dual Bachelor's Degree. I graduated with a BS in Psychology in May, 2013 and I am due to graduate in May 2017 with my BS in Anthropology. I have been contingently accepted to an interdisciplinary Master's Program at USF/Saint Petersburg in psychology, ... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

I discovered my love of teaching by participating in a slew of science outreach opportunities during graduate school. As I completed my PhD I took on various opportunities to work with students of all ages, trying to share my passion for ocean conservation and the sciences in general. I took on more formal teaching roles as a middle school science teacher and as a visiting professor of environmental studies. My strengths lie in explaining complex concepts in words that fit the understandi... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.98 133 ratings

I just love math and teaching. My favorite subjects are Algebra and ACT/SAT prep. When I taught SAT prep at Countryside High School, my students had significant increases on their SAT scores. My current areas of focus are the new standards in secondary math (both at the middle and high school levels), the changes to the new SAT which started with the March 5, 2016 test, and making a student study guide for the ACT. Whether you're taking the SAT or the ACT or preparing for college placeme... [more]

I have taken math courses up to calculus, including algebra 1. I have over one year experience tutoring 8th grade algebra 1 students one on one. I have also assisted in an 8th grade algebra 1 class at a middle school in the past. Hello. I am currently a student at USF in their honors program, pursuing a bachelor's in nursing. I graduated from a magnet program known as the IB program, where I completed both AP and IB level of various courses and graduated with a 4.6 GPA. I have successfully completed many courses at a college level including English/composition, calculus, chemistry 1 and 2, phy [more]

AAS Education BA Psychology minor in Computers Graphic Design Major before Psychology Substitute Teacher Hi there, I'm Cara and am originally from New York and New Jersey. I have my Applied Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education from Raritan Valley Community College in New Jersey. After RVCC, I went to Rampo College and studied Graphic Design until I decided to leave school and take a break since though I enjoyed my courses and was good at them it wasn't my passion. My passion is and has always been working and helping children and/or those with special needs. I later went on to Ke [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 37 ratings

Tutored multiple students for algebra and other math courses Taken math until college level calculus 2. Hi! First, thank you for viewing my profile! I am a responsible, hard-working, & active 24 year old who is interested in helping you. I have experience tutoring children from first grade all the way through college. I received my MA in Gerontology and my graduate certificate in Cognitive Science at UNC Charlotte and my BA in Neuropsychology and minor in Spanish at Emmanuel College (Boston, MA). This fall I will be starting my doctorate in Aging Studies at the University of South Florida, dur [more]

I have a bachelor?s degree and a master?s degree in electrical engineering, as well as certification in ophthalmic lab technology, and have taught for several years in technology centered education. My catalogue of qualifications includes all math, engineering core courses and higher level electronics. I have written courses in algebra, circuit analysis and design, and have acted as SME (subject matter expert) in several related topics like blueprint reading and fire and security alarm tech... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.97 664 ratings

Thank you for looking into my profile. I am looking to tutor just a few students. I have ample experience with students of all ages. Even though I am highly math and science oriented, I encourage my students to excel and enjoy all subjects. Professionally, I strive to be competent, punctual, reliable, and prepared. I am a third year medical student at LECOM Bradenton. In 2012, I graduated from USF (at age 20) with my BA in chemistry/biochemistry and a minor in mathematics. At the time, I m... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$45 per hour.

4.77 13 ratings

My goal for tutoring Algebra is to arm my students with strategies to solve old and new concepts. We use logical, critical thinking skills to cope with real world type questions. I use visual models to illustrate problems. I have also coached several students through an online Algebra 1 class. All of them left with tricks and strategies as well as a better understanding of the concepts. I believe every child needs a secure and creative place to grow as a student. My job is to act as a guide so my clients can achieve their goals in school and grow intellectually in a safe and creative envir [more]

I have worked with students taking pre-algebra to college algebra so I have extensive knowledge on the subject. I have been tutoring Math and French for about 10 years now. Before that I was teaching computer science at college level in Montreal, Canada (where I am from) and then in a private school to children from Kindergarten to grade 8. My training as a computer programmer has allowed me to have a better than normal understanding of computer software in general. I strongly believe that you need to master topics real well before you can even start to explain them to anyone. I gravitated tow [more]

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