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While earning my degree in applied mathematics at UNM I tutored all levels of math extensively. Hey I'm John! Growing up with teachers for parents, I have had a lifelong love of teaching and especially teaching math. When given the opportunities to teach math classes and take a job as a science tutor in college, I jumped at the chances. Once I finished with my bachelors in applied mathematics (and minor in chemistry) I spent a year teaching at a small high school in Albuquerque, NM before deciding to return to school to pursue a graduate degree in math. As a masters student, I accept... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.93 260 ratings

I got a BS in Mathematics from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology in 1991. After teaching high school for three years in El Paso, Texas, and teaching middle school math in Belen, New Mexico, I returned to New Mexico Tech to obtain my Master's Degree in Mathematics. I taught at the Valencia branch college of the University of New Mexico for approximately five years. I taught all levels of algebra, Calculus, and discrete math. After retiring, I have tutored in my home - mostl... [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$42 per hour.

5.0 14 ratings

I have six years of teaching experience in undergraduate chemistry, including TA experience, one-on-one tutoring, and as an instructor at UNM (2016) and CNM (2016-present). My basic philosophy in teaching is to encourage students to ask questions, especially in the sciences. I enjoy teaching groups of students but feel that I connect even better in one-on-one sessions where instructor/student dialogue is most helpful. In teaching chemistry, which many students find difficult because it is ha... [more]

I'm a high school math teacher currently teaching Trigonometry, AP Calculus BC, and Transitions to College Math. My major was in Psychology, and my minor was in Biology. I got into teaching to be able to have a positive impact on students lives, and I have enjoyed every day of it. I teach Trigonometry, AP Calculus BC, and Transitions to College Math. I teach a wide range of math classes, and have always found the subject interesting and challenging. I'm very good at simplifying comple... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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I am currently a student at UNM working on my PhD in Linguistics. I have had a lot of experience and success as a teacher and tutor. If a student is not understanding a concept, I will look for alternative ways to approach the topic until the student has that "aha!" moment. Those are the moments I live for as a teacher. As a student of languages and linguistics, I can tutor any level of French and most levels of Spanish. I can also tutor in English writing and grammar. On the math side, I ... [more]

Hello, I'm Eric! I graduated New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (NMT) with a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering in 2016. I have always had a passion for math and teaching others. While attending NMT, I experienced being taught by a professor who was passionate in the subject he was teaching which made the course enjoyable. I then realized that I could have the same impact on individuals by putting my passion and knowledge into tutoring. While attending NMT, I worked a... [more]

Hello, I work full-time as an aerospace engineer, but I like doing some teaching just for interest, and to help struggling students. My primary current interest is helping adults get their GED. I have worked with several such adults in the recent past. My educational background is mostly technical, but most people consider me well-rounded. I have degrees in Math, Meteorology, Spacecraft Systems, and Environmental Engineering. I'm not completely left-brained though. I am well vers... [more]

I am a PhD student at the University of New Mexico studying quantum optics. I have been a teaching assistant at the University of New Mexico for the past year, where I have instructed students in the algebra based introductory physics lab. I have also taken two semesters of a one credit course where I practiced giving lectures, and critiquing the lectures of other students, on introductory physics material. I hold a bachelors degree in physics from Miami University of Ohio with a minor in mat... [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.74 54 ratings

I got extensive training of trigonometry during my study of precalculus. I found trigonometry fascinating and got a good handle of doing trigonometry related problems. I also get really good at understanding trigonometric identities. As a result, some fellow students who were taking the same course I was taking asked me to help them work out some problems. Over the years, I have tutored many students in math and science. I have learned how to make a sometimes complex subject into something fun & simple. Since I made the decision to learn the math, I have excelled in the subject ever since. T [more]

Will travel 0 miles

$125 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

Trigonometry is a great subject to teach and to learn! The key to learning it is to use a student's natural learning style to make the concepts clear and to use memory tricks to get the formulas to stick in the student's memory. I loved taking college trigonometry and found it so helpful in preparing me for calculus classes. Even if you don't plan to take calculus, you can be successful in trig! Even though I have a PhD with distinction in educational psychology and mathematical statistics, my students consistently tell me that what they notice the most about me is that: 1) they love workin [more]

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