### Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in Blue Island, IL

Kendall ...short-cuts; you only need a willing pupil and instructor who is able to adjust their teaching methods to ensure the pupil masters the subject area without compromising proficiency or practicality. I began my undergraduate career at the United States Naval Academy and completed my political science degree at Jackson State University. I am a Louisiana...

Jackson State University - BA, Urban Studies/Political Science

Southern University Law Center - JD, LAW

Brandon ...give you one corner, and it is for you to find the other three.-Confucius As a tutor it is my goal to not only teach my students the material they need to learn, but to better their core understanding of a subject and their methods of learning for the future. This way, they can continue...

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign - BS, Mathematics

Ezgi ...improve in their academics. I only tutor subjects that I enjoy learning about so that both my student and I enjoy every session. I think it's important that the student is having fun while learning so that they do not feel an adversity to coming to tutoring sessions. I will work to cater to the...

Loyola University-Chicago - Current Undergrad, International Studies, Economics

Larry ...carry over to other academic subjects and life in general. My academic background includes graduating from Loyola University Chicago with a BA in Chemistry and Physics minor. I received a MS in Chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University specializing in Theoretical/Physical Chemistry. I will be starting a Master’s program in the fall for Data Science at...

Loyola University Chicago - BA, Chemistry

Carnegie Mellon University - MS, Chemistry

John ...Hillcrest High School and Bremen High School in the south suburbs. I assist students in the field of Math but also work with Science, English and Social Studies. This is my 5th year teaching in the South Chicagoland area. I chose a career in teaching because I have always had a knack for helping people...

University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign - BS with a Secondary Teaching Degree, Mathematics - Secondary Education

State Certified Teacher

Robert ...on the right track. Lastly, tutoring is enjoyable because I get to make a tough subject like math easier for students to comprehend. If I do my job as a tutor to make a student understand math content, I am serving my community and building a smarter and happier environment around me.... Teaching mathematics to students is a tough job that involves a lot of work. Self-assessment, assessing students, goals for teaching mathematical learning, and methods of teaching mathematics are only a few stars in the universe that is mathematical teaching. Writing out my ideas has shown me that teaching math is a benefit both for me and the students I teach. Teaching students will give them mathematical knowledge that is needed when they want to pass their classes in college. They will also need math to calculate interest gained at the bank, amount of money owed for bills, building and fixing things around the house, and saving money and their lives. Teaching math gives me a better understanding of the diverse learners that surround my community. When I am having kids of my own, I will understand how to raise my own mathematicians as well as understand the educational levels of the students that one day will become friends with my kids. Educating kids is always helpful to build a happier community. If there are parents out there that cannot be there for their children, at least I am there to be of assistance to their children, so that the parents become proud of their kids who are great mathematicians. Providing knowledge to students with effective methods such as repetition, assessment, self-assessment, relating math to the real world, and learning math as a language can build a greater advancement to mathematical education to create happier communities for peace in the neighborhood. Math is just one subject to learn, but the more our kids become knowledgeable of the world around them, the wiser decisions they make for the people around them. That is my main goal for me in math education: to make a wiser and happier community.

Northeastern Illinois University - Bachelors, Secondary Education Mathematics

Scott ...the class not only amusing and interesting but also fun. The experience of understanding Organic Chemistry inspired me to pursue a Master's degree specifically in this subject. While in graduate school, I was a teaching assistant and this was very rewarding for me as I had the opportunity to share the knowledge that I had gained...

Saint Xavier University - BS, Chemistry

University of Illinois at Chicago - MS, Chemistry

Kenny ...same opportunities for success in their own education. I am currently pursuing my PhD in Environmental Engineering at Northwestern University and also hold both my Masters and Bachelors of Science degrees in Biology from Howard University. I’m particularly passionate about teaching the Science disciplines such as Biology and Chemistry, but I also enjoy tutoring Pre-Algebra,...

Howard University - BS, Biology

Northwestern University - PhD, Environmental Engineering

Gabriel ...as well as math, English literature and Spanish to middle school students). My favorite subject to tutor is Math because it was my favorite as a child and adolescent. I love interacting and getting to know those students with whom I work because I believe that having a good connection and feeling comfortable is a...

Harvard University - BA, History and Literature

University of Chicago - PhD, Comparative Human Development

Michael ...a great deal. While in college, I interned as a Beloit Biomedical Research Scholar at the University of Loyola at their Sheridan campus. My research was regarding DNA sequencing of phototransductive proteins in the eye tissues of a species of freshwater American fish. Further, I studied at the Universidad de San Francisco de Quito(USFQ) on...

Beloit College - BS, Biochemistry