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"Laughter and tears are both responses to frustration and exhaustion. I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning do to do afterward." - Kurt Vonnegut The relationship between the student and tutor is so important for student success. By creating an environment of acceptance, making progress becomes easier. I have taught 6-13th grade Math for 15 years including Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, College Algebra, and College Pre-Algebra. Additionally... [more]

I probably tutor this course more than any other. Calculus is basic to any study of more advanced math, so plan to study hard and get a good foundation in it! If you go on and take Differential Equations or other, more advanced subjects you will thank yourself and avoid lots of difficulty (and tutoring!) if you get a good foundation in Calculus. I do tutor more advanced courses, and I know what you will need for them. Ask all the questions you want; I am glad to answer them and I will never make you feel like you shouldn't have asked. Students have trouble with Calculus both because of th [more]

Why do I need to learn this? Are you asking yourself that question? I know I did back when I was in your shoes. Years later, now as a practicing Licensed Professional Engineer, I can tell you that all those subjects you might be having a hard time with are actually very important. If you are looking to truly master those topics that might seem like obstacles at the moment, and if you are looking to understand the application of what you are learning and how it is used on a day by day basis, y... [more]

I have 5 years tutoring Calculus 1, 2 and 3 at the university I attended. I have also used calculus to optimize designs used for my projects as an engineer. Understanding the mechanics of this branch of math helps streamline projects rather than spending time guessing on dimensions or specifications. My name is Joe, I am a Mechanical Engineering graduate from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley finishing with a 3.0 GPA. I first started tutoring for work-study like any other student, but as the weeks passed by I realized I had a passion for helping my students succeed. Since then I have t [more]

I taught Calculus at a private high school, conducted Calculus recitations in graduate school, and have tutored and am currently tutoring students in Calculus. I also hold a Masters degree in math. I so deeply and thoroughly enjoy mathematics that it compels me to want others to also join in the fun of doing math. I have had the privilege of teaching math at a local private college prep high school as well as at the local community college level. I am currently seeking to build my own tutoring business. Throughout the years since 1988, I have tutored a wide range of students in differen [more]

Hello parents and students! I'm Robert, an award-winning educator for Brennan High School. In 2017, I was blessed to be honored by NISD as the First Year Educator of The Year for both my school and for the district as a whole. I LOVE teaching. This summer, I'm excited to get the opportunity to serve you or your child on a level which is fun, engaging, encouraging, and above all, productive. --Background-- In May of 2012, I graduated from Texas Tech University with a B.S. in Mechanical En... [more]

I had the opportunity to teach Calculus I and II at UTRGV. I was able to tutor this subject and help so many students. My name is Manuel. I?m currently a graduate student at the University of Texas at Brownsville obtaining a master?s degree in Industrial Mathematics. I have almost completed my master degree which implies I have taken many mathematics courses. I?m currently working on my thesis. I have two years of experience tutoring at the University which I was able to help many students improve their grades and help them have a better understanding of the subject. I have excellent communica [more]

I have a BA in mathematics and studio art from Mount Holyoke College. I have been tutoring for the past 5 years mainly in introductory and college level mathematics. I have also worked as a teaching assistant for the past 3 years in a drawing and handmade papermaking, working one on one with students to help them understand each step of the process. I have worked a great deal in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator to create images and develop designs for my artwork. In the past I have taken Digit... [more]

Calculus is everywhere and yes, even Statistics. My graduate studies consisted of many deep calculus concepts that relate to Statistics: (Stochastic, Brownian motion, Scholes, etc.) I have a deep understanding of Calculus and have tutored it since my time as an undergraduate. I have a diverse background in Mathematics. I have a Master's in Statistics and a Bachelors in Applied Math. I have taken over 60 college credit hours in Mathematics. During my Graduate studies, one of my duties was to Instruct a developmental math course (35+ students). I have taught Mathematics at college level and s [more]

Math has always been the one thing that came natural to me. I grew up in a STEM and business family where crunching numbers was an everyday affair; be it from my accounting mother, economics father, educationalists uncle and aunt, or even from my engineering and science geek uncles! Thankfully the Math love bug bit me and it's one of those things I'll forever be grateful for. I have come to the realization that Math does not come naturally to many people out there and this has made me more p... [more]

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