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I have helped many students with their calculus problems, including engineering, abstract and business applications. Nothing is too difficult to tackle. Sometimes our subconscious minds can help in solving problems (I learned this when first learning theoretical calculus). It is important to study definitions and accompanying problems, noting new patterns within them, and absorbing visual pictorials given in explaining the concepts. Then, relax and allow your mind to take what was studied and rest. Sometimes we work way too hard consciously, when our minds can do some churning in the backgrou [more]

I have had a long (30 years) and satisfying career in software development, but I was a math major in college. I helped my two daughters through their math classes, and they were always saying I should be a teacher. While I have enjoyed computer programming, math has always been my first love, and in particular, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. When I was a graduate student, I was assigned to teach a few classes, and also worked as a Teaching Assistant when I was an undergrad. If you need... [more]

I have gained such an intrinsic understanding of Calculus and mathematics, that I am able to identify why someone else doesn't understand certain materials. I enjoy both helping students understand the material and achieve better grades. Howdy! My name is John and being an Aggie in the engineering department allowed me to cultivate my long-existing appreciation of tutoring and helping others. I have been tutoring since I was 13 years old, and what I have been able to achieve after tutoring 500+ students since starting college, is the ability to relate the study material from closely-related [more]

Hi there, I got a Master from University of Texas at Dallas (UTD). I was a Math tutor at community colleges for 5 years and Calculus I TA (Teaching Assistant) at UTD for 2 years. As a student like you, I was experiencing difficulties while attending math courses and encountering troubles while solving math problems. Now, I hope I can help you efficiently with your math lessons and homework you have been facing--- with my knowledge, experience, and sincerity. See you! Sincerely, Little ... [more]

Many of the difficulties students encounter in first-year calculus stem from gaps in their understanding of topics covered in algebra and precalculus. My method for teaching calculus is to relate the new ideas discussed in calculus to topics covered in previous classes. In this manner, any gaps or forgotten knowledge will necessarily be reviewed in the process, too. For students in college or high school AP classes the pace of the course can also be a challenge, but as part of helping students through particular problems, my goal is to help them relate ideas from multiple sections together, [more]

I tutor Calculus AB for students in Leander ISD and Calculus 1 students at Austin Community College. I am a graduate from Dallas Baptist University and a Texas Certified Teacher for Mathematics grades 8-12. I taught high school math in Frisco ISD before our daughter was born and I love teaching math! Calculus was my favorite subject in high school and I started tutoring in college at the university math lab. I am currently an AVID tutor for Leander ISD, private math tutor, and mother of 2 active kids! In public school, I have taught Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, TAKS Lab, and Math Models.. [more]

I'm certified to teach all High School Mathematics in Texas and I'm an experienced Calculus tutor. My goal is to provide a convenient and helpful service. I am happy to meet students online using Wyzant's outstanding online tools, but I will also meet with students in the comfort of their own home or a neutral place like the library in Cedar Park or Starbucks. I'm a full time tutor committed to my students 9a-9p / 6 days a week and after 2:00 on Sundays. I do not have a set session length. For each student I try to schedule enough time to cover that student's needs most of the time. F... [more]

I received the highest possible score on the AP Calculus AB and BC AP exams, as well as getting A's in my Calculus classes while at A&M. I like to see calculus as a puzzle, and all puzzles have their tricks. I teach my students how to approach the problem and how to break it down into manageable parts. I have always enjoyed learning and I would like to share that joy with my students. Schooling should be a path of discovery at an individual pace of each individual student. I first find where my students are at and help them along the way to a deeper understanding of the subject matter. I have [more]

As a teacher I would first ensure that all the fundamentals of algebra are in place and then move on to Calculus using day to day examples where it is used in a subconscious manner. Once the 'reality' of calculus is accepted it becomes a very interesting subject for the students from where they can take off. 8 years of experience teaching at various levels, 1000+ Successful students, a degree in Engineering and significant practical engineering experience helps me make education REAL. I teach in a manner whereby all the theory that may seem too abstract and 'dry' will turn interesting and rele [more]

I have a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering from UT Austin and over 5 years of experience teaching both AB and BC Calculus. I spent 5 years as an in-school math tutor for all high school level math subjects (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus, and Calculus) as well as physics and have tutored at several different schools in Austin, typically with students considered "at risk" academically. I attended the University of Texas at Austin and obtained my Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Although I decided that I enjoyed teaching much more than engineering, that didn't stop [more]

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