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I am an Electrical Engineer graduate from the University of Akron currently working as a network administrator. I have been tutoring middle school, high school and college students in math ranging from: basic math to Calculus III. I also taught a pre-engineering class for high school students for the Upward Bound program at the University of Akron from 2001 - 2005. I?m currently teaching a financial literacy class to 6th and 7th grade students at Emanuel Christian Academy and I am a ?Seven ... [more]

Hello! My name is Elizabeth and I enjoy teaching math: such as Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry and Pre-Calculus. My knowledge base also includes Microsoft Office, Photoshop and WordPress. Math and software overlap in a variety of ways and I love exploring new concepts and new software. My stats: - Many years of experience teaching and tutoring students of all ages. - Before working on websites I taught for Akron Public Schools as a sub - Aced College Algebra and did well in Calculus ... [more]

After completing a Ph.D. in mathematics, I began a 30-year teaching career at the university level. During this time, I taught courses at all levels of mathematics. I enjoy teaching calculus, especially preparing students to take the AP Calculus exams. I also have an interest in encouraging women in the sciences and mathematics. To this end I started the Women in Mathematics program, whose goal was to provide a strong network of support for women students in the sciences.... [more]

Hi, I thought I'd provide some history about why I started tutoring with this website. A good portion of my part-time job income during college came from tutoring for introductory math and economics classes. After college, where I graduated with a Mathematics/Economics major, I started working as an actuary. A lot of my actuarial work included developing complex mathematical models for insurance, then using those models to help companies determine how to invest insurance premiums to mak... [more]

Hey, I'm Peter. I'm pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Akron. I have several years of teaching experience, both in a one-on-one setting as a tutor for high school and college students, and in a classroom setting teaching high school and college level math. Even being a mentor for 4th graders one summer to get them inspired for the STEM fields and be engineers. My teaching is focused on the student's unique needs to not only understand what they're... [more]

My name is Aadarsh, and I am a sophomore at Kent State University. I have been accepted into the NEOMED Accelerated BS/MD program, in which I will complete my undergraduate education in two years and earn my MD in 2023. I am a motivated student, and enjoy very much tutoring and working with students. My previous students have commended me on my patience, flexibility, repetition, and my ability to explain well. I am a young tutor, making it easy for me to connect to my students, as well as und... [more]

I am motivated by the ability to see others understand aspects in life better. This takes hard work and dedication in order to ensure success on both ends. I truly enjoyed the positive impacts I made on students while teaching 2 semesters of pre-calculus/calculus recitation sections and tutoring mathematics for over 3 years. Creativity was expanded through my passion of sign language incorporation in theatre, which is evident through my work as an Assistant Director for a RIT/NTID performance... [more]

Life as a parent? Busy! From running one kid off to soccer practice to trying to get dinner on the table at a decent hour, the last thing you want to hear is your child say, ?I?m lost? when the dreaded math homework makes an appearance. Suddenly, you?re worried and you begin asking yourself ?Is he not trying hard enough? Does she need extra help? Is the teacher not doing their job? What kind of math is this anyway?? I know that it can be extremely frustrating to not know why they are str... [more]

I majored in math in college, graduating with an A average. I took MV Calc in high school and can do surface integrals, and teach them. I love math. I love teaching it. I find it intrinsically satisfying to see the light come on in a student's eyes. My first math lesson that I taught was when I was 5. My neighbor, still in diapers, kept skipping 4 when counting from 1 to 10. I worked with him until he could get all 10 numbers in a row, and match them up with his fingers. My students drastically improve under my tutelage, generally seeing a two grade level improvement (F to C, C to A, f [more]

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