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I am currently enrolled in a PhD program for theoretical Physics and have years of experience tutoring advanced mathematics at the university level. Algebra is one of the most important building blocks for the subjects I deal with on a daily basis. I have a decade of experience tutoring college level math and science courses. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Physics from the University of Tulsa, from 2013-2016 I was a visiting at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab. I received my B.S. in Physics from the University of Tulsa in May of 2010, graduating cum laude. I have completed the entirety of my [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 36 ratings

I have a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering and a teaching certification in intermediate mathematics. Since 2014 I have been teaching a GED preparation classes for the math and science sections of the test. I moved to Tulsa in 1999 from Mexico city, and continue to be fluent in Spanish. I earned a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering, and I recently obtained an alternate teaching certification in intermediate mathematics and Spanish. In the past, I have worked as a Spanish substitute at Saint Pius X Catholic School and volunteered my time teaching students mathematics. I am curren [more]

My husband and I moved from Memphis to Tulsa in June. While in Memphis, I worked as part-time tutor for Memphis Athletic Ministries (MAM), teaching subjects such as math, English, social studies, and science. I had anywhere from 8 to 12 students in each of the four daily class sessions. Additionally, I tutored four elementary-age students and one adult on a weekly basis throughout my two years of working with WyzAnt. While tutoring at MAM and with individual students via WyzAnt, I faced the c... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$25 per hour.

4.91 473 ratings

I have been tutoring math from Elementary Math to Algebra II for the past 6 1/2 years. During high school I took Calculus and at The University of Tulsa I continued classes in Calculus. Students work on classroom homework as well as additional material. I make sure that students not only understand but make sure they can complete problems by themselves. I graduated from Broken Arrow High School and have attended the University of Tulsa. I have been tutoring math and teaching flute lessons for the past 10 years. I offer in-person tutoring at convenient locations as well as on-line tutoring. [more]

I have taught Algebra since 1999. I have taught at the middle school, high school and junior college levels. Math is something I love spending time on. I enjoy challenging my mind. I have always liked math, but it did not always come easily to me. I struggled through Algebra in high school. When I got to college, I was afraid I wouldn't be able to pass College Algebra. So, I chose a major that didn't require any math. Then, I ended up marrying an engineer. Knowing Stephen was by my side, I had the courage to return to college for a second degree. My major was MATH!! I began teaching a [more]

I have my Bachelor's of Science in Math Education. I have an Advanced Math teaching certificate. I run math lab one day a week at Union High School. I started teaching High School Math last year. I taught Algebra 2 and Algebra 3. This year, I teach Geometry. I have always loved Math, even in High School. I think I enjoy Algebra and Geometry both. I feel they are fun. I love being a teacher. I enjoy being able to lead my students to the correct answer. I enjoy watching students work through their problems, and seeing them arrive at the correct answer, or process, is a real joy for me. I like [more]

Hello! My name is Rafael and I am pursuing a Bachelor?s degree in Petroleum Engineering with a minor in Spanish at The University of Tulsa. I was also a teacher for fifth and sixth grade students at Holy Name School located in Omaha, Nebraska. Professors /teachers are such a huge influence in a student?s life. Teachers that step ?out of the box? are the ones that makes the coursework fun, enjoyable, and less overwhelming. In my experience, I have used both preparation and dedication into the ... [more]

I am a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and am currently working on my doctorate in International Business. I have been in retail management for about 10 years and recently transitioned into e-commerce logistics and operations. I taught for a short time at Owasso Public Schools and tutored while working through college. As evidence by my academic record, I love to learn and am an advocate for continual growth through education. Tutoring is an opportunity to pass on my knowledge a... [more]

Currently teaching Pre-Algebra (Order of Operations, Algebraic equations, etc.) to students who are going to take the GED test. I am a Doctor in Science Education, Bilingual Teacher (Spanish, English). Helping students to pass the GED exams, taught General Chemistry, Algebra, Computer, and Spanish Language to students with different cultural backgrounds, and different educational levels. I have been passionate in my commitment to three things: maximizing individual student performance, inspiring students? interest in technology and instilling a sense of self-worth among all students. I have [more]

I have taught Algebra 1 in both middle school and high school and have found that hands-on learning is more fun, more effective, and retained longer. I try to overcome fear by showing students that math is only hard as long as you don't know how to do it. Algebra 1 is a critical milestone as students are introduced to key ideas like variables, equations, slope of lines, and coordinate plane graphs. I see my function as helping students understand and relate concepts instead of just learning cookbook methods. [more]

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