I am a former NC teacher that relocated to the Dallas area for a PhD program in Education at a local university. I have previously taught high school math and math to ESOL students. Tutoring is fun because it allows teachers to actually obtain an individual understanding of how students learn. I like to make math relevant but also make connections between other mathematical content. I have a master's in education, which has prepared me well to be an individual tutor. I also am working o... [more]
I have taught Algebra 1 for the past three years. I majored in math as my undergraduate degree. I also have experience teaching math to English language learners.
I have a mathematics degree which specifically focused on education in secondary levels (9-12). I have taught for the past three years, two of those have been teaching Algebra 2 topics. I have also tutored one-on-one in Algebra 2.
BA in Biology from Baylor University
I have tutored calculus with great results from a variety of different achievement levels. For my mathematics degree, I took four levels of calculus. I have also had to apply the concepts to real-world applications.
I have taught geometry topics at the high school level for the past 3 years. I took classes in Euclidean geometry in college. I can relate geometry back to algebra topics.
I have taught precalculus during student teaching to a diverse set of students. It taught me to think outside of the box and how to make the subject matter more relatable to all students.
BA in Spanish from Baylor University. Immersion in the language in Mexico, Spain, and Latin America.
I have taught Trigonometric topics through Common Core curriculum.
I have taken AP stats in high school as well as calculus based stats in college. I am now taking stats to be an educational researcher, which includes all of the stats needed for AP Stats and further.
I have taken multiple statistics courses which have embedded SPSS into their curriculum. These classes include introductory statistics, intermediate statistics, and multi-level modeling (HLM). It has provided me with the skills needed to be proficient with the software.
As a math major, I took this course in college and received high marks. I also apply the concepts of differentiation all the time in tutoring calculus, and have very high success in it.
I have taken prerequisite courses in linear algebra as well as classes after the course. I have also taught some of the course content to high school students. When taking the course in college, I made an A.