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I'm currently a senior at Mississippi State University studying Mathematics. On top of being a student, I serve as an SI leader for the school, which involves me holding review sessions for students currently in Calculus 1. My method for helping students better understand such complex material is to break all of the information down to the basics. I try to explain things in a way that makes the material less intimidating. In addition, I'll allow students to attempt problems on their ... [more]

I am a graduate student in aerospace engineering at Mississippi State University. I've helped many people over the years make easy A's in math classes and I can definitely help you also. I will break down each problem step-by-step and tell you what's happening and why. I value your time as much as mine, and I try to be as efficient as possible, but what matters is you understand the material at the end of the day. I do this by teaching with jokes, note cards, or whatever else will help you. ... [more]

I have taught calculus courses at the University fof New Orleans for over 32 years. I tutor high school and college students frequently in calculus. I always find teaching calculus to students challenging and enjoyable. I have thought deeply about the teaching of calculus and I'm one of the principal designers of an advanced mathematics curriculum which is centered on calculus concepts for high school and first year college students which has been piloted in several sites across the country. In my view, the primary goal of a calculus course is an introduction to differential and integral c [more]

I am not your typical tutor who simply comes to your home, shakes your hand, helps with homework and leaves smugly believing my job is done (and wait for that fat paycheck to come). There is a fundamental reason you need a tutor, it is because there is a gap or weakness in your knowledge. When I come into the picture, I find that gap and close it or strengthen that weakness. I promote independence from tutors and view myself as a temporary crutch rather than a permanent solution. The differen... [more]

I have been a math teacher and after-school tutor for four years covering every subject from 6th grade math to AP Calculus, AP statistics and IB Math SL. Calculus begins to separate those who 'are good at math' from those who want to pursue careers involving mathematics. If you need assistance deciphering the derivatives and integrals of calculus I can surely help. Hello Students and Parents, I am a former math teacher (4 years of experience in middle school and high school) and am now studying to be a missionary at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Tutoring has been a passion of mine [more]

Calculus I is one of my strongest subjects. I have plenty of experience tutoring this subject while in college. I am very strong with most concepts up to integration, including limits and differentiation. I am a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a BS in Atmospheric Sciences and a Minor in Mathematics. I have over 10 years of math tutoring experience throughout high school and college. I am comfortable with all middle and high school math, and basic college level math courses including Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Elementary Statistics, and Calculus I. These many ye [more]

I have taught calculus for over 20 years at the University level. I hold the PhD in Educational Research and Mathematics from Louisiana State University. I am very familiar with the subject. I utilize the graphing calculator and the computer as necessary in order to clarify concepts taught. I enjoy teaching calculus and seeing the student learn. I look forward to working with you. I have a PhD Degree in Educational Research with a minor in Mathematics. I have two Master's Degrees in Mathematics (MA and MS). I have a BS in Mathematics as well. I have done extensive research in pedagogical t [more]

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