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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]

A firm foundation in introductory calculus is necessary to understand even higher level math. I can explain concepts to you and also show you using various resources on the web and using a calculator for completing problems. I am a retired teacher who will work very hard for you! I teach students to think on a deeper level. I constantly look for feedback from tutoring students and make sure they leave a session knowing concepts! In addition I am a retired professional engineer and have extensive experience in all phases of engineering from my previous career.... [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]

I have taught and tutored in many different subjects in various parts of the world. Having benefited from one-on-one and small group instructions myself, I know the value in meeting each student at their level and working with their strengths to generate a command of the subject matter. I don't believe that anyone is "bad" at math or "bad" at English. We all are capable of understanding anything with personalized, careful instruction. I have extensive experience as a TA, as a tutor in math a... [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]

My name is Rachel, and I'm a graduate of the University of Arizona. I have been tutoring throughout college, primarily in the physical sciences, and I love helping people learn. It's true that math and science are difficult subjects. However, I believe that with the right tools, everyone is capable of succeeding. I understand that different people can have very different learning styles, and that's great! I am very flexible and patient, and I will work to find the method that works best for ... [more]

Calculus is one of my specialties. I enjoyed it in High School and in College. It was actually the class that made me decide to become a teacher! I often work with Calculus AB students and college students taking Calculus I, II, III, Business Calculus, Multivariate and more. I do my best to make it fun and not as intimidating as the usual professor does. I can patiently explain problems in a way that any student will understand. Finding the way you learn is my goal. Every student is different and has different needs. As a Math Professor for Maricopa Community Colleges, I am able to utili [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]

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