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As an engineer, calculus is a foundation for understanding the the world mathematically. However, even more fundamental than calculus is algebra, which lies at the heart of calculus. After years of working with different fields of math, algebra has been internalized, and I truly enjoy helping others understand its usefulness. I am a recent materials engineering graduate from Brown University. Having gone from a high school with limited resources in El Paso to an Ivy League University, I have seen the importance and impact of learning in social mobility, and I wish to help close that educationa [more]

I am a recent graduate from Texas State University with a BS in Physics and Mathematics. I was a physics lab instructor at Texas State University for 3 years and for 6 different classes and a learning assistant and tutor for 2 years. I have very flexible hours and am extremely patient with all learners. I can tutor Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus 1-3, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, ACT/SAT Math, and most other math courses. I'm very willing to work with schedules and adapt to diff... [more]

Hello! My name is Patricia and I am studying Microbiology at the University of Texas at El Paso. I got my first taste of tutoring as a chemistry tutor for my last university, Texas A&M Galveston. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to keep doing it when I transferred away. I am passionate about helping others meet their personal and academic goals. I like to focus on helping students understand the 'why' of the material and not just memorize facts and formulas. I also like to make the session... [more]

I am currently a student at the Univeristy of Texas at El Paso (Go Miners!) and am Majoring in Mechanical Engineering. Being a person who has always been academically driven, i always loved having great instructors who knew how to teach well and effectively. I am the instructor that is driven by passion and pure desire to see a student succeed. I am currently employed as a tutor for the university, and through this experience, I have gained valuable skills and knowledge that have helped me ho... [more]

As a graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso, I have eight years experience working at a charter high school in El Paso, Texas. My education focused on teaching middle school math and science and is called Interdisciplinary Studies. My education and experience has led me in the direction of becoming an expert in the area of elementary and middle school math remediation; however, I have earned certification in high school math as well. My experience has led me to believe that early... [more]

I'm proficient in: 1) order of operations 2) money management 3) whole numbers, integers, and Pythagorean theorem I am a December, 2014 UTEP Graduate in Multi-Disciplinary Studies centering on Business and Fine Arts. I am a qualified and able person who is very interested in teaching others about the English language, whether it be through History, Fine Arts, or other subjects. I worked as a camp counselor for a Jewish Community Center in 1998 where I taught the kids fun and exciting games which also expanded their English vocabulary. Besides my BA, I have two 120-Hour TEFL Certificates. [more]

Hello all students and parents! Throughout my teaching experience, I have learned that students learn best when a positive learning environment has been created in the classroom or tutoring session. As an educator, my first goal is to eliminate shyness and embarrassment from the students and help them gain bravery and confidence so that their skills and knowledge increase successfully. In order to measure progress, first we must see what the students knows. Then, we will set the obje... [more]

Since I can remember I have always had a passion about school and teaching. I have always tried to learn as much as I can. Since a very young age I fell in love with science and math; with a lot of effort I decided to go to college and get a B.S. in biochemistry. Soon after starting college I became a chemistry peer leader, meaning I had my own classroom of about 15 students in which they relied on me to have a better understanding of the course. I also, started tutoring college level stu... [more]

I am a mechanical engineer by education. I have been teaching math classes for the past 9 years, and physics courses for the past 5 years. I have tutored and taught all my academic career. Teaching is a job that I love to do. The students I have taught love my classes and those I have tutored never complained. I will give ample opportunity is practice, practice, and practice some more. That's why I say math is a contact sport. I will show you how and even hold your hand to get through it. ... [more]

I have a Bachelor's degree in industrial engineering and a master's degree in education. I taught high school math for eight years, including Algebra 1. I have been teaching for the past 12 years. Specifically I have taught SAT and ACT Prep to high school students. This includes all the subjects tested--Math, Reading, English, Science, and Writing. I really enjoy working with and motivating high school students, especially in the tutoring environment because this allows for immediate feedback. I was trained by one of the top Test Prep Companies in the country in both college entrance exams. [more]

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