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I took advanced calculus in high school and have regularly reviewed the material to develop more accessible ways of explaining this highly technical and very abstract subject. I have taught small groups and individuals for over 20 years, both in school settings and in students' homes or at neutral locations like coffee shops and bookstores. The first three questions I ask myself are "How does this person learn best? What is his or her learning style? How can I help this person learn more effectively?" I have a Master's degree in Special Education from the Johns Hopkins University (in Balti [more]

I have 26 years of teaching experience at the high school and college levels (including Calculus I and Calculus II). Hello. I am a math and physics teacher at a local high school with 26 years of teaching experience. Most of my career has been spent teaching math, chemistry, and physics at the high school level but I have experience teaching middle school as well as experience as an adjunct lecturer at Northern Kentucky University. I am comfortable teaching students of all levels: general students, gifted students, and students with special needs. My favorite thing about teaching is watchi [more]

I am currently enrolled at the Barrett Honors College at Arizona State University. I am currently working on a double BS in psychology and mathematics. I am ultimately striving towards my goal of being a child psychiatrist. I am capable of tutoring many aspects of studies. My strengths lie in math, reading, writing, ballet, and science. I have over six years of experience working as a nanny and have been a consistent homework helper. I also have been tutoring math at my college and work... [more]

I've studied Calculus I, II, and III, applied calculus (sometimes labeled brief calc), and calculus for economists as well as differential equations and several integral calculus-based statistics courses. I first tutored Calculus at a college level in 2012 and though it is a subject students often struggle with, it remains one of my favorites to study and to teach. As a student who shied away from math throughout elementary and middle school, I know how discouraging math can get. From personal experience, I assure you nothing is more satisfying than conquering a subject you struggle with. I a [more]

Hello! My name is Danielle and I'm currently working as a software engineer, but I have years of experience in tutoring math, science, and programming. From 2010 to 2011, I managed a free tutoring service at my high school and actively tutored for the program. At the same time, I had a paid tutoring job where I helped an eighth grade student catch up in his algebra classes. I have worked with students of all ages, backgrounds, and learning styles. Post high school, I continued to pick up ad h... [more]

I graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago with a Bachelor of Chemistry, a Minor in the Biological Sciences, as well as taking all of the required pre-health courses. I was inducted into the Tau Sigma National Honor Society and scored a 22 on the academic average portion of the DAT exam and a 23 on the PAT portion. I have worked with students in both group settings and a one on one basis. I prefer a one on one scenario as this allows me to focus on how the student learns most effe... [more]

I got a 5 on the AP Calculus AB exam during my senior year of high school, and took Calculus II at Princeton University in the fall of 2012. I've tutored Calc I and Calc II, so I'd be happy to help you with any questions you might have! Hello, my name is David! I have three years experience tutoring high school and college math, privately and at Mesa Community College, and am double-majoring in mathematics and Christian studies and ministry at Ottawa University Arizona, in Surprise, AZ. I've also tutored high school math of all levels, and guest lectured at Fremont Junior High in Mesa. I'd l [more]

I experienced a wide variety of teaching methods throughout my life. Most of my elementary years I was taught by my mother who had her degree in education. I attended a public school for 2 years, a charter prep school for 2 years, and a private school for 3 years. This gave me great advantages and sparked my interest in pedagogy. In each school, as well as my future years in college, I discovered my fellow classmates always gravitated towards me with questions and I often had my own little st... [more]

I am new to Wyzant, but I have spent many years tutoring students in addition to my full time job as an IT manager in Charlotte NC and in different areas in SC. I'm 27 years old (my first tutor gig was when I was 19) and I hold a B.S. degree in physics and took graduate courses in electrical engineering. I enjoy coaching and mentoring, but I'm also a big supporter of higher education and particularly enjoy the study and practical application of mathematics. My goal isn't just to do knowledg... [more]

I have only completed calculus 1. I am confident in my skills as a tutor in this part of calculus. I am not able to help past calculus 1 because I have not yet taken Calc 2 or beyond. This fall semester I will be taking Calculus 2 at Glendale Community College in Arizona. Welcome to my profile. I am John. I am a native of Phoenix, Arizona, and have lived here my entire life. I love tutoring mathematics because I am able to take a subject I have passion for, and assist others in having success in this area of their academic careers. I believe that teaching and tutoring in any subject area is ab [more]

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