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From the time I was a young student, math was my best subject and understanding it came easily. I realized early that I not only grasped math concepts quickly, but also that I knew how to explain them to others in ways they could understand. By the end of high school, my understanding deepened and I scored in the top 6% on the SAT. Now, after college-level math coursework, teacher training, and experience helping students of all ages with math, I'm well prepared to tutor students who struggle with math. [more]

Hi there, I love teaching! My subject specialties are Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, English, and ESL. There's nothing like the rush of putting foreign language skills to the test in real-time conversation. I used Spanish every day during my semester abroad in Argentina, which is where I learned the importance of active practice when learning a foreign language. After Argentina, I went to China to improve my Mandarin Chinese in the same way I did with Spanish, and I enrolled in full time C... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

4.97 133 ratings

I've been a tutor ever since I was in high school, which inspired me to become a high school teacher. I used to volunteer tutor and then became a paid tutor at the University of Texas at Austin. I graduated from University of Texas at Austin in Dec. 2007 with a degree in Chemistry and also completed the UTeach program to become a certified Texas Science Grades 8-12 teacher. I taught Regular and Pre-AP Chemistry, Regular and AP Environmental Science, and Aquatic Science at Hyde Park Baptist H... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

I have been in education for about 12 years, having taught 5th, 1st, and 2nd grades. I also have experience tutoring. I enjoy 1:1 teaching because all of the focus is on the student being tutored and this makes teaching and learning so much more efficient and effective. I very much enjoy helping students to reach their full potential. I taught 5th grade math and my students were quite successful on STAAR. I have taught first and second grade, as well. These grades are critical for establ... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$200 per hour.

4.96 273 ratings

Throughout my career, I have achieved many interesting and diverse things: I have worked on cutting edge NASA imaging systems, innovated new combustion engine technologies for Cummins, played saxophone on two Grammy-nominated albums, coded video games and artificial intelligence algorithms, and co-wrote several screenplays, three of which were optioned by Hollywood production companies. However, despite my successes, my greatest joy still comes from sharing my knowledge and igniting a passion... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$42 per hour.

4.97 324 ratings

I have been a math tutor for five years. I also worked as a middle school math teacher in a high needs school for one year. I believe in the UPS - check method of solving problems. That is: U - Understand the problem - what is being asked P - Plan how you are going to solve the problem S - Solve the problem Check - Check your solution, particularly for reasonableness I believe in giving the students the background so that they can understand how and why certain solution methods work. This... [more]

I am very passionate about Math and ESL. I worked for Austin Community College as an ESL instructor for two years. It was at ACC I realized how much I enjoyed teaching and tutoring. The smile of people understanding difficult subjects is my greatest reward! I have taken all Math courses from Algebra to Trigonometry to Precalculus all the way up to Calculus II and have a current GPA of 3.85 at Texas State University. I am a native Spanish speaker and English has been my second language ... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 29 ratings

I have always enjoyed learning and education. I remember as a kid helping classmates understand certain concepts and having a feeling of satisfaction knowing I could teach something to someone else. My thirst for education has never ended. I grew up, went to college, studied electrical engineering for my undergraduate degree and worked designing computer chips for companies like Motorola and IBM. I eventually went back and received my master's degree in electrical engineering and worked at Sa... [more]

I begin by laying the ground rules, which are simple: if I am going too fast, just let me know and I'll slow down or repeat anything that is necessary. If I am going too slow or covering something they already know, just let me know and we'll move on. The goal here is to establish two-way conversation. As with all of my math students, I tell them I am giving them an empty took kit and that I will be giving them tools with which to solve problems. Some they will use and some they won't - in this course. Keep this kit as it will help them in your next couple of math courses. Secondly, I always [more]

I always received some of the highest grades in my elementary math courses. I teach using different learning styles, so you can bet you will be reached intellectually! For me, elementary math means: addition, subtraction, division, long division, multiplication (and mult. tables), basic equations, deciphering paragraphs, basic geometry, decimals, fractions, currency, and even reading time. If you or someone you know struggles with the aforementioned math components, please contact me for help! I would be glad to help you succeed. [more]

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