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I have always viewed trigonometry as a big puzzle. The puzzle pieces are things like the Pythagorean Theorem, the six trigonometric functions, SOH CAH TOA, and trigonometric identities. The difficult part of solving a problem in trigonometry is which puzzle piece to use at which time. I love working through the process of determining the proper puzzle piece and then putting it to use with students in order to solve complex trigonometric problems. I am a former University of Kentucky student who has recently moved back to Lexington from the Nashville area. I am so excited to be back in the city [more]

I've been teaching in various forms over the past eight years, and nothing has been more meaningful and exciting for me than helping students grow as independent learners! As part of my teaching philosophy, I don't just give students the answers - I ask questions to help guide them towards the solution using the concepts they know and the information they're given in each problem. After students develop a strong foundation, I've found that they have greater confidence in their own abilities ... [more]

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First off, a bit about me: I was born in Bulgaria but have lived here in Lexington over fifteen years. I attended Julius Marks Elementary, Winburn Middle, and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, where I also graduated from MSTC (the Math, Science and Technology Center). I'm currently a Computer Science Major and Math Minor at the University of Kentucky's School of Engineering, expecting to graduate December 2018 with a 3.9 GPA. This is my second degree; I graduated Summa Cum Laude from UK wit... [more]

My tutoring experience includes working for two university level tutorial centers, receiving my CRLA tutoring certification, and tutoring online for Chegg. Inc. In all settings I frequently tutored Trigonometry. While earning my B.S in Mathematics I also took this course at the university level. I am currently serving as a Teaching/Graduate/Research Assistant at a major research university in Kentucky while pursuing my Ph.D in Astrophysics. Every semester I teach and/or grade for undergraduate physics and astronomy courses while performing various research tasks under my advisor in Radio Astro [more]

A strong foundation in trigonometry is essential in Calculus, Physics, and Mechancial Engineering courses, of which I have had quite a bit of success. I took a combined college-algebra/precalc/trigonometry/math-analysis class as a junior in high school and, like all other math classes I've taken, received an A. I have also tutored many students in college level algebra, calculus, physics, etc. All of which require knowledge of the fundamentals of trigonometry. Hello students and parents! My name is Kody and although I specialize in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) tuto [more]

Hello! My name is Ben S., and there is nothing I love more than helping people learn math. I have a MA in Secondary Education from UK and a BA in Mathematics from a liberal arts college. I always make sure my students are comfortable with things they don't know. I encourage them to ask questions, I am always patient when they don't understand something, and I help them be patient with themselves. With advanced students, I love extending what they learn in class, drawing on my own training a... [more]

Hello, my name is Kasie. I am 30 years old. My passion for helping students learn began in high school when I first started volunteering as a math tutor for underclassmen. I developed my tutoring style over the course of the last ten years. I have worked with middle school, high school and college students ranging in math subjects from pre-algebra to advanced calculus. I spent my previous two and a half years as an Assistant Learning Specialist and Math Specialist for the Sports Department at... [more]

Teaching has always remained a true passion to me. While I have earned a garden variety of degrees from various universities, one thing that has remained constant throughout is teaching. I have worked as a graduate teaching assistant in chemistry for over 8+ years and as a graduate teaching assistant in physics for over 2+ years. In addition to working at college, I have also acquired experience working as a SAT and AP chemistry tutor at a private academy. In addition, I have also worked as a... [more]

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