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Will travel 30 miles

$39 per hour.

4.98 535 ratings

With over two decades of experience in mathematical instruction, I have achieved amazing results with my students. In the classroom, my state and national test scores rank among the highest in the state of Tennessee. For every type of trigonometry question, I am able to guide students through the most efficient and effective path of problem solving while significantly boosting the student's confidence. I have educated and inspired college, high school, and middle school students for twenty five years as a mathematics instructor, specializing in calculus but capable of teaching all levels of ma [more]

"The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled." - Plutarch One of the greatest gifts that someone can give to someone else is time. My belief system when tutoring students is to ensure that I give each person the time to utilize their cognitive ability to develop solutions. Coupled with activating prior knowledge, building upon their foundational skill set as well as developing their confidence level with the material allows me to have a high success rate with my stude... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$55 per hour.

4.9 122 ratings

I am an experienced teacher and tutor with 40 + years of experience. I hold a Master?s Degree plus 39. I am certified in the states of Tennessee and Kentucky in subjects in both the Sciences and Humanities and in Gifted and Talented. I tutor in all subjects with the exception of Spanish, Chinese, and upper level mathematics. I also work on test preparation for college and other areas including GED, and TOEFL. I currently teach English Writing and Literature at Nossi College of Art. I wor... [more]

Will travel 30 miles

$55 per hour.

4.73 96 ratings

I recently taught high school math in Davidson County for four years and worked directly with the ACT prep program. I am currently working to open my own after school enrichment program and would like to help students all over middle Tennessee improve their math skills while I put it together. The Fall semester is just half way through and already our focus is on Winter Exams, the ACT/SAT, and college applications and scholarships. The December SAT and ACT dates are fast approaching and the ... [more]

The trigonometric circle is the foundation of all advanced mathematical concepts leading forward into calculus. A solid understanding of the trigonometric applications and how it correlates to the third dimension is imperative to becoming a successful mathematician. This is what I do. I teach students how to prepare themselves for critical thinking in advanced math and recognizing proper applications in solving problems of unusual situations. I consider academics and education to be the greatest of all gifts. Having a good life means having good choices. Having a poor choice or a lack of c [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.92 79 ratings

I have a very diverse education comprised of several branches of sciences. My basic degree is in Physics with Mathematics and Chemistry as my ancillary subjects. I also received rigorous training in accounting and business management. I have a Masters? degree in Advanced Physics with specializations in Solid State Physics, Optics and Astrophysics. I continued my education in the field of biophysics/biochemistry and I was awarded a PhD with specialization in Structural Biology of Plants an... [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.94 17 ratings

My love of math has influenced my choices in careers throughout my life. My bachelor's degree is in Engineering from the Univ. of TN, Knoxville. Go Vols! After working in the engineering field for 7 yrs., I spent the next 7 yrs. at home with my two sons. When I decided to enter the workforce again I was asked by a local administrator if I might be interested in teaching high school math. I should thank him, because I found my true calling. I love math and I love helping students gain a better... [more]

I think it is only fair that I admit upfront that I have never taught full-time nor do I hold a teacher's license. What I do have is plenty of experience working in teaching situations varying from Vacation Bible School to guest lecturing for graduate level business classes. A little about me: I completed my undergraduate studies in Mathematics and Political Science at Vanderbilt University, earning honors in both tracts. I also have a Masters in Finance from Vanderbilt's Graduate School of B... [more]

I have retired from decades in industry and am looking to do what I enjoy. I have been told many times that I should go into teaching because I have the ability to explain things in practical terms. I explain concepts to people, not just give them facts. If someone knows the concepts, then they can deduce the facts. I have been a "guest lecturer" at my daughter's high school and demonstrated the real world application of mathematics and physics and have fabricated table top devices which ... [more]

I am going on my fourth year as an instructor at the college level. I have a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in mathematics, which makes for a unique perspective on the purpose of math and its application in the world around us. Unlike most professors, I teach entirely introductory mathematics courses, which include algebra, precalculus, and calculus. Combined with a more than a decade of one-on-one private tutoring, this makes me an expert in knowing both... [more]

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