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Hi! My name is Julianne. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Vanderbilt University in 2011 with a degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. I've worked in multiple manufacturing and lab facilities in both the chemical and energy industries. I was chosen to be a member of the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society while in college, and am a certified Engineer in Training. Believe it or not, math and science can be FUN once you fully understand the fundamentals and finally reach that "light ... [more]

I am a Mechanical Engineer living in Chattanooga and working as a testing engineer at Volkswagen. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical engineer from Brigham Young University in 2013. I worked as a Vehicle Engineer at Ford for three years right after school. I moved to Chattanooga in October of 2016 to pursue a career at Volkswagen as a Testing Engineer. Math has always been a subject that has come easy to me, which was helpful in college, since engineering is a math intensive de... [more]

I have taught for 16 years and have done so through the normal classroom setting, through online courses, tutoring online, and tutoring in person. I never believe in giving an answer, because it is more rewarding to see the light bulb turn on and a student start to understand and try working it own on their own. I have taught in the Midwest and in TN, but I have also taught in Europe. This has really broadened my experience and given me new insights into teaching and training minds to underst... [more]

My life is full of teaching and learning. I've been tutoring students for 4 years while I was attending school and have 2 years of experience in teaching at public school outside of country. Also, I have a master's degree in Education. I feel great when my students' grade are improving and when they start to have an interest in math. My favorite class was math when I was in school and I loved to figure out solutions. I've been taking math classes until senior year in college and hold a... [more]

For as long as I can remember, I've wanted to be teacher. I've always been good at Math and would often tutor my friends for free when I was younger. When I went to college I decided to pursue a degree in Mathematics because it was what I liked to do and kept tutoring throughout college. In graduate school I tutored less, but once I graduated I began working full time as a college professor--I simply can't imagine doing anything else. I still tutor high school students outside of my j... [more]

While in high school, I tutored math, science and literature for an 8th grader. During college at NYU, I tutored and taught high school students Physics, Algebra, French and SAT Prep in a program called Upward Bound. I also was a professor's fellow for the following collegiate classes: Consumer Behavior, Intro to Marketing and New Product Development. As a fellow, I graded midterms and finals and also provided research advice to students on the final projects. Please contact to me so I... [more]

As a senior mathematics education major, I have experienced math that challenged and stretched me. This gave me a new perspective and has broadened how I can relate to my students and explain the mathematical concepts. After several years of tutoring, geometry remains one of the pillars that I love to help students conquer. Hi! I'm Michelle, a university student of Mathematics, Music, and Education planning to graduate in May of 2019. I started tutoring mathematics in high school when I realized that I could fit a need in the educational world. My classmates asked me for help outside of class [more]

I am a certified special education teacher at a local high school. I have worked with students with many different disabilities including autism, ADD/ADHD, specific learning disabilities in math and reading, and OHI. I currently teach social and organizational skills to students with autism, and I teach math to students with a specific learning disability in math. I love the process of learning. I love to see students 'get it' and be able to succeed on their own. I am very patient and have... [more]

I?m finishing up my PhD in Applied Neuromechanics, which is basically physics and geometry applied to the human body. I?m currently a full time faculty member at a 4 year institution, and have extensive experience in her classroom. I'm a current faculty member at a 4-year institution. While I'm new to private tutoring, I have extensive teaching experience, and have received superior evaluations from both my students and supervisors. I've taught many students in a one-on-one setting, which I immensely enjoy and find rewarding. My background is in sports medicine. I'm currently finishing up my [more]

I have taught geometry in high school. I have tutored tutored students in geometry on the ACT and the SAT tests. Also, I have tutored GED students in geometry. I have taught math for the past forty years. I have a love for teaching math to students and adults desiring to learn the concepts of math. I have taught college students and adults, high school students, middle school students, as well as individuals. My experience has been with both private and public schools. I taught college math for twenty years at the University of Tennessee Chattanoga as an adjunct professor. I also [more]

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