- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 51
- Next →

I am a graduate of Le Moyne College (Syracuse, NY) where I majored in biology and minored in chemistry and philosophy. At Le Moyne College I tutored in the Academic Support Center and conducted one on one tutoring sessions in math and the natural sciences. In the years following my graduation I tutored for Le Moyne College's Liberty Partnership Program and Science and Technology Entry Program. These programs brought tutors into Syracuse City High Schools during the school day and provided tut... [more]

I've used Trigonometry throughout my education as it is a fundamental math skill required for Calculus and Physics, which is what I studied in college. I've also taught trigonometry-related skills and shortcuts in my work tutoring Physics, as trigonometry is frequently needed in that subject, even at the introductory level. I am available for the 2018-19 school year. My availability is limited to afternoons and early evenings, during the week, however. I specialize in Calculus and Physics tutoring, but also work with many students in Algebra, Geometry, and Precalculus. I studied Physics at [more]

Will travel 12 miles

$50 per hour.

4.95 155 ratings

I am an experienced math and science instructor with over 10 years of teaching and tutoring experience. Between 2010 and 2014, I worked as a teacher at the Yellow Wood Academy, a private high school that offers students a specialized one-on-one classroom environment. At YWA, I taught all high school science classes (including AP, Computer Programming, and Environmental Science) and all levels of high school math. In addition to my teaching and tutoring duties, I designed individualized lesson... [more]

I am a skilled tutor with more than 5,000 hours of experience tutoring or teaching. I studied a variety of fields, while pursuing my Chemical Engineering degree. I became a tutorial instructor, because I am excited to see people learn. I was a tutor, through college. I always studied for depth with the intent to teach what I learned. It is common for my students to laugh during study sessions. I was voted the most inspirational student by my senior year band class. For every semester that I ... [more]

I have a Master's in Teaching with a concentration in math and English. I formerly taught trigonometry as part of a spiral math curriculum when working overseas in the Peace Corps. Students there were preparing to take the Cambridge exams, and I worked with them in class five days a week to prepare. A portion of our preparation was trig. In tutoring Algebra 2, I regularly work with students to understand trigonometric concepts and apply them to real world problems. I started my work out of college as a middle school teacher. Then, I worked in business world to learn how knowledge is used [more]

Numerous successes in school and many years of work experiences as a supervisor prepared me to do well as a tutor. At my high school, two out of three years, I ranked in the top three on the national math test. While in college I did extremely well in subjects in which attention to detail was critical. More than one instructor requested my help in proofreading and editing mathematics or computer science textbooks. In the workplace, I was promoted to Service Manager and given many workers t... [more]

I have over ten years of experience teaching both one-on-one and in classroom settings and love meeting and helping people. In particular, I love working with teenagers and helping them develop the skills they need to succeed in high school and to prepare for college. My teaching style is patient, encouraging, and intuitive which I believe is a good fit for students of that age. I also adapt my teaching methods to the needs of the student. My goal is to help you increase your self-confidence ... [more]

I specialize in standardized tests, especially SAT, ACT and LSAT. Although I generally consider myself a mathematician, having studied and taught philosophy at UW for seven years, I also have developed effective communication and pedagogical skills that make me unusually qualified to provide thorough and well-rounded approaches to each of these tests. My background is particularly well-suited to the LSAT, insofar as the field of philosophy is laden with both formal and informal logic, stric... [more]

Angle Measure, Directed Angles, Quadrants, Trigonometric Functions, Identities and various trig relationships Hi, my name is David. I have worked as a math tutor for several years. In fact, I began my tutoring career shortly after I graduated from college. I have also worked as an assistant teacher for two colleges in the Seattle area, and I have taught English classes online. I have held a College Reading and Learning Association - International Tutor Training Program Certification, and I have a Teaching English as a Foreign Language Certification. I really love teaching and working with stud [more]

Most people pick up trigonometry in their quest to find angles in geometry problems in their homework or the SAT. I fell in love in it when my teacher drew a triangle on the board and told us to find the height. It took four of us to do it, but we figured it out. I realized that people can not only love math but they can work together to do some amazing things in it. Trigonometry may be the basics of what we see in math, but it can teach us a lot and I want to show kids everything it can do. As an engineering program manager for 15 years, and with an MIT degree to boot, I know my fair share of [more]

- ← Previous
- Showing 1 to 10 of 51
- Next →