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I have been a student tutor since freshman year of my high school, I am currently a sophomore at the University of Kansas. I have finished all the basic math courses up to Math 590, I will be getting into some graduate level classes next semester. I tutored my classmates in the classes I am enrolled in and in the classes that I have already taken. I tutored students in calculus I and II, college algebra, and chemistry. I am currently a student tutor for my school TRIO Supportive Educational ... [more]

I have a BA in mathematics from Ohio State University and an MA in mathematics from the University of Kansas. I have taught many of the lower-level math courses offered at KU including MATH 115, 116, 290 and the equivalent to MATH 125. I have also tutored students in many of the upper-level courses including MATH 320, 365, 500, 528, and 558. I have also tutored students in statistics classes offered outside of the math department including DSCI 201. I have a pretty wide availability this seme... [more]

As an undergraduate math major at Emporia State University, I spent nearly 4 years as an on-call tutor in the math lab. My colleagues and I primarily worked with struggling Algebra students, but whenever students needed help with more advanced topics such as Proofs, Trigonometry, or Calculus, my colleagues would usually send the students to me for help. My teaching philosophy is that mastery of content is not the only thing needed in a good tutor. A good teacher understands every connectio... [more]

Since I started teaching and training twenty years ago, I've loved helping people learn new things. Over the years, then, I've developed a style that is both easygoing and incredibly successful. A tutoring session with me will start with me working hard to understand where you are in relation to the assignment at hand. Soon, I'll be guiding you -- not answering the questions for you, but helping guide you to the answers yourself. I don't leave till you understand the questions at hand... [more]

The point of pre-calculus is to get you geared for the dreaded calculus. I have taken much of both pre-calculus and calculus, and know what is needed to succeed in pre-calculus, and eventually calculus. Pre-calculus contains high level algebra, problem solving, as well as trigonometry, and shifting between these subjects can be very difficult. My name is Robert A. and I am a California State University Dominguez Hills Graduate; majoring in chemistry and minoring in mathematics. Currently I am working on getting my teaching credentials, which will bring me one step closer to my ultimate goal. M [more]

I have graduate degrees in mathematics and biology and more than 20 years? experience teaching high school and college students; I have been tutoring for as long, especially in math, science, and writing. My experiences as an educator are diverse, having worked with students from many backgrounds, and I understand that a student?s challenges can be as much about the cultural context and learning atmosphere as about the subject matter. I have taught mainstream Americans, foreign students (both... [more]

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