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Relating new mathematical ideas to my students' hobbies is invaluable when it comes to making progress with confusing material. By its dynamic nature, calculus, more so than algebra, lends itself to these comparisons. My hope is that we can use what you already know about your hobbies, work, and daily life to make sense of ideas discussed in the classroom. This should bring about a feeling of comfort which facilitates problem solving and mechanical operations. When Am I Ever Going to Use This? Like all math, calculus is a descriptive language. In calculus, we often describe changes and am [more]

I am a Certified Secondary Math Teacher with an M.Ed. I have had teaching experience spanning 10 years of combined teaching and tutoring in science, technology and math. My tutoring experience includes having trained with and tutored standardized test prep for both Princeton Review and Kaplan. Most students struggling in mathematics tend to have holes in their fundamental understanding of concepts taught earlier in the year or in prior years. Given my experience teaching math at all lev... [more]

My name is Ahmad. I graduated form from the University Of Central Florida with a bachelor's in Civil & Environmental Engineering. I have tutored many students in different levels, mainly Algebra I/II, Trigonometry, Geometry, Calculus I/II. I love to work with students and help them build unique skills in math.... [more]

I am a college graduate with a B.S. in Mathematical Sciences, a B.S. in Physics, and 3+ years of experience in data collection and analysis. As someone with ADHD I know the struggles many people face learning mathematics and/or physics. My first semester of college I took a course called Approaches to Teaching, in which I taught elementary school classes several times a week. I have also routinely tutored family, friends, and peers in math and physics subjects. Knowledge shapes the world we ... [more]

I took calculus 1,2 and 3 in my chemical engineering curriculum and I did very well in all 3 classes. I also tutored all 3 while I was pursuing my chemical engineering degree. I have a bachelor's and master's in chemical engineering. I tutored math, chemistry and chemical engineering in undergrad for 2.5 years and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I did one-on-one as well as group sessions. General chemistry, organic chemistry, differential equations and calculus were the most requested subjects. I found the experience to be mutually rewarding: I got to help others understand and practice material and [more]

I have been tutoring math since I was in college. I love working with kids and enjoy seeing them succeed. My tutoring methods are well defined and children find me easy to understand. I have been able to help students who are struggling with math concepts and improved their lives through mathematics. I have two children of my own, an 8th grader and a College student so I understand how children learn. My background is in mathematics and I have also been teaching all level math courses includ... [more]

I have a BS degree in Mathematics, a Master's in Mathematical Biology, and am currently a PhD student at Florida Tech. I have been tutoring calculus for over three years. I am currently a PhD student in Applied Math at Florida Tech. I also have a BS degree in Biochemistry and a Master?s in Mathematical Sciences from The Ohio State University. I have an extensive background with 8 years of experience in teaching and tutoring mathematics and chemistry. As a Teaching Assistant at the Florida Institute of Technology, my responsibilities include overseeing at least one class per week, proctor [more]

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