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Geometry is a fundamental branch of mathematics covered in elementary, intermediate, and high school, college, and training for many careers. Geometry topics that I tutor include points, lines, circles, polygons, graphing, angles, transformations, area, volume, and perimeter, as well as all related and prerequisite concepts. The ideas of geometry are practical in many everyday applications, including construction, design, machinery, sports, and security. I have tutored countless students in Geometry over the past several years. [more]

I am enthusiastic about tutoring math and physics, it's a joy to help students see the beauty of math and science. I have degrees in math and Physics from Southern Methodist Univeristy, a Masters in Physical Oceanography (think Physics of the Ocean) from UH and am in the process of earning my PhD. I've taught math and physics courses on the university and graduate levels as well as tutored students from elementary school all the way up to graduate school. I find working through problems ... [more]

I have tutored Geometry for over 10 years and enjoy teaching students how to make questions less intimidating. I help my students learn formulas and apply them in situations of increasing complexity. I can also help students prepare for any geometry end-of-course exam your state may require for high school graduation. I have over 12 years of tutoring experience, have been formally trained as a tutor, and have even won a National Tutor of the Year award for my work with one education company. I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Washington with degrees in Linguistics and Psycholog [more]

Hello. I am a lifelong learner of math and science who likes to connect the dots, and I would like to share what I have learned. I have taught algebra and trigonometry in college. I have also tutored high school and college algebra, calculus, and everything in between for several years, plus linear algebra and differential equations. I graduated from UC Berkeley with a bachelor's in math and a minor in physics. I was not always interested in math, but I was always interested in science. ... [more]

Hello, My name is Joseph. I'm a scientist, lifelong learner, and seasoned educator with 10+ yrs of experience helping students of all ages succeed in Language, Math, and Science courses. As a professional educator, my versatility, patience, and passion for education are some of the attributes I'm known for. I also have years of documented experience teaching in a classroom setting. I usually prepare sessions based on my student's needs and goals, current grade, degree of complexity of the s... [more]

Ever since I was in elementary school I've had a passion for teaching. I loved to help others learn topics that I understood and the friendships/connections I have made as a result. In high school, I tutored and TA'd for Japanese. At the University of Notre Dame, I was a university tutor in Japanese and during the summers I TA'd for high school mathematics. I am now a graduate student and graduate assistant at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in math. I have taught Precalculus, Appli... [more]

My name is Michelle and I hold a cleared California Teaching Credential and a Hawaii Teaching Credential. I hold degrees in: Language and Literature; Math, Science, and Engineering; Social Sciences; Liberal Studies; Earth Systems Science and Policies; Instructional Science and Technologies. When I am not teaching, I love to snowboard all over the world. I love backpacking through different states and spending as much time as possible in nature. I travel, explore, and decompress by readin... [more]

I have always loved learning and that love doubled when I started teaching. I realize that in the process of teaching, you also learn. There is an exchange between teacher and student which is invaluable to both. In life, I've always thought the most effective way to teach was by example. The words you say don't matter unless your actions reinforce them. I also feel you can only be an effective teacher if you are willing to listen and learn from your students. Everyone's thought proces... [more]

As a professor in the field of Developmental Psychology, I spent 30+ years studying how children, adolescents, and adults think about and learn about mathematical ideas. I have written two books on the topic. Since retiring from my university position, I have begun working with individual students who need help with their math studies. As a tutor, my emphasis is on helping students to make sense of mathematics in an engaging way. I use visual materials, manipulatives, and games to make the ... [more]

Aloha, My name is Nicole T. and I am a current undergraduate student at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, on schedule to graduate Spring of 2017 with a major in Marine Biology and a minor in Mathematics. My passion is invertebrate biology, and my goal is to work with Coral Reef conservation efforts. I have two official years of experience tutoring, but a lifetime of experience helping others to learn mathematics. I have two younger sisters- the youngest of whom has severe dyscalculia. She i... [more]

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