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Will travel 10 miles

$120 per hour.

4.95 60 ratings

As a certified childhood and special education teacher, I have taught math in 3rd and 4th grade classrooms. I have worked with a variety of curricula including Investigations, Envision, EnagageNY, and Math Mammoth. I currently tutor many elementary students in math skills and all of my lessons are aligned to Common Core Standards. I focus on teaching students multiple strategies to solve problems and critical thinking. I also incorporate many games into lessons as math lends itself to instructional games that are fun, engaging, and reinforce the skills we are working on together. [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$66 per hour.

4.95 316 ratings

I have had success bringing students to higher levels in their math skills, including Elementary. I accomplish this by showing them that mastering the subject is doable, even if it takes time. I also bring a sense of humor to teaching that lightens the atmosphere and allows them to relax as we forge ahead. My emphasis is strategy. Once your student is knowledgeable of a certain skill, he/she will be able to apply it when a similar problem arises. I know I can make your student feel comfortable in class. [more]

I came to Elementary Math tutoring the old-fashioned way: learning on the job. I was originally a history and English tutor (and I still do that), but later I became a general homework helper for all subjects, including math and science. The key to teaching elementary math is to always remember what it felt like as a child, when math can seem scarier than it is. Everything comes down to history for me. I've been a history geek for my my entire life (or at least since age 4, since I don't remember my life before that). My idea of fun is to read history (currently on Robert Caro's biography of L [more]

Will travel 2 miles

$500 per hour.

4.99 267 ratings

The way basic math is being taught these days simply doesn't work. Each student learns in unique ways, and the standards established by most math curricula have significant shortfalls. The basic quantitative and number reasoning skills are absolutely critical. While it is true that calculators can perform the operations required of students, fostering quantitative reasoning and numerical instinct is a crucial goal for maximizing long term opportunities. Hello, Thanks for taking a look at my profile! Please review my subject qualifications, student feedback, and detailed description below. Ple [more]

I'm a 22-year-old female with a true passion for the science and math. I graduated from Columbia University with a bachelor?s degree in Neuroscience and Behavior. I have been tutoring for 5 years, with a heavy focus in the STEM field. My students ranged from middle school to college-age, and non-traditional students. I worked as a private as well as peer group tutor for undergraduates attending Columbia College and Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science. Subjects ranged f... [more]

I have tutored a great number of hours of elementary math for kindergarten through fifth grade. I teach this material through patient and repetitive explanations, allowing students many opportunities within a single lesson to learn the same material. When appropriate, I explain the solution to an answer in multiple ways, and by providing options I make it clear to the child that he/she can do this, one way or another! I'm currently a premedical post-baccalaureate student at Columbia University. I attended high school in Westchester County, New York, where I was inducted into the National Hon [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$125 per hour.

4.95 22 ratings

I've been tutoring elementary math for five years now and have worked with second graders -- sixth graders. I have helped students with their homework, prepare for tests, and strengthen their skills over the summer. I am patient, understanding, and tailor my approach to each individual student. Especially at this age, positive reinforcement and confidence is super important, so I pride myself on being my students' personal cheerleader! Do you have a shy child who is hesitant to work with a tutor? I will instantly put him or her at ease :) [more]

Will travel 2 miles

$75 per hour.

5.0 59 ratings

I am currently an advanced doctoral student at Yeshiva University studying school & clinical child psychology. I will graduate with my doctorate in May 2019. I graduated from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2014, where I received my master's of education degree with a specialization in human development and psychology. I received my bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University in 2011 with a major in psychology, and I have experience tutoring elementary, middle, high school, an... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.96 188 ratings

Ever since I was a little kid, I've always had a passion for learning. I graduated Magna cum Laude from the University of Maine with a degree in Chemical Engineering and a Mathematics minor. During that time, I was a private tutor and a TA in Chemistry. My areas of expertise are Algebra through Calculus II, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Physics, SAT Math, and ACT Math/Science. I am willing to either be a tutor for a current class or teach a new subject. I'm usually available between 8 AM... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.93 563 ratings

I took basic Maths, Algebra and Trigonometry in High School, whereas I took Algebra 1, Calculus and Discrete Maths in my University. I excelled in them at school. I enjoyed Algebra and Discrete Maths, since they dealt with solving mysteries and dealing with logic. I began tutoring 15 years ago as a means of giving back to society. I taught Maths and Computer Science, to students with ages ranging between nine and fifteen. I am given to great pride when my students are able to understand concepts that seemed before to be so difficult and now they are able to see its simplicity. This was don [more]

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