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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]

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

4.94 87 ratings

In addition to the Certification in Mathematics, I am very familiar with TI graphing calculators and how to use them. The use of the graphing calculator will help to check as well as understand the concepts being taught in Calculus. As a double major in Mathematics and Physics as an undergraduate, I continued to enjoy the connections between the two fields of study I explored as a high school student. Helping students to see the beauty in nature as they solidify their understanding is a joyous experience in itself. The confidence students gain as the holes in their understanding are filled, [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 613 ratings

Two of my lifelong passions are inspiring others to succeed and mathematics. Whatever you or your student's plans are, it is my joy to help you get there! I have 30+ years experience teaching and tutoring all levels of mathematics students from elementary through college including test prep (SAT, ACT, GED, ASVAB, and college entrance) and those from public, private, and home schools. I tailor my approach to meet the varied needs of each student whether it be learning styles, working with sp... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

4.88 235 ratings

I have had the good fortune of tutoring several high school and college students in math, science, and economics over the years. When I first start tutoring someone, s/he is often frustrated and discouraged, so my first objective is to get his/her confidence back. That is even more important than the subject matter, as important as that is. Once the person's confidence returns, then s/he will be more receptive to what I am teaching, and significant improvement will follow. One person came ... [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 have been a teacher officially since 1969 having worked in Barbados, Nigeria and Florida in the areas of Math, Chemistry and Physics. I have worked primarily with teenagers and young adults and have done extensive tutoring for the past 44 years. I am particularly good with small groups and one-on-one. I go to great lengths to ensure the success of my students and I do not watch the clock. I have undergone much teacher training both in Barbados (Post Graduate Diploma in Education from Uni... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I just recently graduated college with a degree in secondary mathematics education. I?m certified to teach grades 6-12. I have taught the classroom setting for about a year. I have taught Algebra 1 and Geometry.I have had 4 years worth of tutoring experience. I have tutored in a variety of subjects such as calculus, trigonometry, and college algebra. I absolutely love teaching, it?s a passion of mine. I will provide you with the support you need. If you are interested in working with... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$48 per hour.

4.96 23 ratings

I have a Bachelor's of Science degree with a double-major in Mathematics and Computer Science. I have been tutoring in all levels of higher math from Algebra through Calculus for over two decades. As a teacher, the most rewarding moment is when you see that "light bulb" go on for the student: after showing the same concept in multiple different ways, you finally hit upon the methodology that "clicks" for him/her. The student's face brightens, eyes widen, and smile blossoms; in that moment, he/she feels smart--proud to have the potential to do things that seemed impossible before. It's a mom [more]

Hello! My name is Nikki and I am an experienced tutor and consultant. I grew up in South Africa, where I trained and certified as an Educational Psychologist (M.ED). I have experience with working with children with ADD/ADHD, Autism and Aspergers, Dyslexia, special needs and other learning difficulties, as this is my specialization. I also have over 10 years of tutoring and coaching experience, covering many subjects, grades, ages and abilities. I believe that every child can learn and be t... [more]

- BS in Electrical Engineering with Honors. - MS in Optics (Physics) with Highest Honors. - 12 years of experience in the industry, as a scientist, developing solutions for very complex problems. - 2 years of full-time teaching (Optics & Math) at a community college. - VERY patient and friendly. - Very familiar with teaching techniques for helping students understand: limits, derivatives, integrals, max/min problems, function theory, graphing, infinite series, among many other topics. Hello students! Here is what I have to offer: 1) My teaching approach and philosophy Teaching Mathematic [more]

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