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Hello!! My name is Vanessa T. I'm a Cajun by birth! I graduated with a Bachelor's degree from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2012. I majored in Political Science with minors in History and International Relations alongside majoring in French with a minor in German. I graduated with a Master's in Human Resource Education from LSU in 2016. I'm currently still enrolled at LSU working toward a Doctorate in Agricultural and Extension Education and Evaluation (it's a mouthful - I know!) ... [more]

Greetings! I am currently a middle-school math teacher, on one-year leave from a PhD program in economics, a program I'll be returning to in the fall. I have over a decade of teaching and tutoring experience ranging from test prep (SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT) to undergraduate mathematics, statistics, and economics. I very much enjoy working with students in all of the above areas. My philosophy is that of a coach: I train students to be able to solve problems by themselves long after the sess... [more]

Hi, I'm Laurie. At the age of 6, I knew I wanted to be a teacher. I can recall playing school with my sisters and I, as the teacher, would grade the tests that I prepared for them, marking 100% A+ . After graduating college with a Master?s in Mathematics, I taught Special Education Math at a high school for 2 years, Real Estate Math at Weichert Realtors for 1 year, and various college math courses at different colleges and universities for over 10 years (both online and onsite courses). T... [more]

I took Precalculus in my sophmore year of high school and taught it as a part of a commitment of the math club in the school. I taught kids how to compete in competitions and they came home with 1st and 2nd place from regional and state competitions in math. I am a student at Louisiana State University. I am currently majoring in Finance with a minor in math; I chalk that up to my love for the math. I was apart of many mathematics related organizations during my high school career. Within these organizations, I held the position what we called e-board (Education board). I was a tutor for all m [more]

I am senior at LSU who have been tutoring math from Calculus level and below. I have been a peer tutor for two consecutive years at University of Houston, before moving back to Louisiana. I am currently majoring in Kinesiology, Bio minor at LSU. My emphasis is Science and Math courses. I am familiar with the content and practice of Calculus I & II; Chemistry I & II, Biology I & II and Physiology. I can narrow down the important topics to score high grades on the tests. I am able to summarize the whole course of Calculus 1 and 2 in shorter version; more focusing on ... [more]

I hold the Ph.D. Degree in Educational Research and Mathematics. I have taught precalculus at the university level for more than 20 years using the computer and the graphing calculator. I am patient with the learner and I am careful to advance at the learner's pace. I look forward to working with you. I have a PhD Degree in Educational Research with a minor in Mathematics. I have two Master's Degrees in Mathematics (MA and MS). I have a BS in Mathematics as well. I have done extensive research in pedagogical techniques and I am able to communicate with students at all levels. I enjoy teachi [more]

I have a PhD in chemical engineering. I give simple examples to explain complex topics. This is the best way for the students to understand the concepts and correlate them to practical problems. It is important that the tutor not only understand the subject, but be able to correlate it to real-world situations, so that the students can understand it better. Often times I have seen that students just remember things without proper understanding of the fundamentals. I think this problem needs t... [more]

Ever since I took my first math course as an undergraduate, I have loved mathematics. It truly is a beautiful subject that I believe everyone has the capacity to understand. I worked as a tutor all through my undergraduate career and continue to do so through my PhD work. I pride myself on being able to identify gaps in a students knowledge and helping them to overcome those gaps. Often times I have found that a student's issues with a current course are tied back to something they missed in ... [more]

I've always enjoyed mathematics and more importantly, always enjoyed teaching it. I've tutored on and off for a number of years. Math frequently feels like a struggle for many people so it is my goal when I teach to connect ideas with things that everyone knows. For example, fractions are especially difficult for many people but thinking about them as money helps a lot. If I say, "what's 1/2 + 3/4?" that can take a little bit of time to think about, but if I say, "How much money is 50 cents p... [more]

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