# Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in Liberty, MO

Erin ...finding out what they enjoy and what goals they have for themselves. Then I relate the material to those interests, connecting it to things students already enjoy and understand. Learning is so much more fun if it is relevant to things we already love. I also try to create hands-on experiences that we can hold,...

Truman State University - BA, Mathematics

Truman State University - MA, Education

Stephanie ...taught courses at the collegiate level, tutored privately in numerous settings, and have an advanced degree in a critical thinking field. I love teaching and building relationships with my students. I try to make my students feel comfortable around me and learn their study habits in order for me to tailor my lessons to help...

Brigham Young University - BS, Exercise Science

Brigham Young University - MS, Exercise Physiology

Chris ...get to do it daily. From the moment you are born, life is a learning experience. I would like to help with the struggles of learning, while gaining experience and learning along the way. I am happy to help others and enjoy seeing the light bulbs of knowledge flicker on when I have the opportunity...

Andrea ...and working with students individually on homework problems or test preparation. For the past few years, I have also tutored students independently, primarily focusing on Algebra/Algebra 2, Physics, and Chemistry. Students have often said that I am a very clear, patient, and thorough tutor. I believe it's important to let students do as much of...

Washington University in St Louis - BA, Physics

University of Washington - Seattle - MS, Physics

Phil ...a Mathematics undergraduate degree at KU after taking classes for fun. While at KU, I taught classes in calculus and pre-calc as an Assistant Instructor (business graduate school) and as a TA (undergraduate). I also tutored friends on the side. I enjoy teaching and tutoring. I'm also very patient. I have a business background, including...

University of Kansas - BA, Math

University of Kansas - MBA, Finance

Richard ...and why many students struggle in other areas as well - they misuse their working memory! Our brains work by combining small bits of information at a time and the process can easily be derailed by anxiety, missing previous information, poor study habits, or a psychological condition. I've worked with students with each of these...

Rice University - BA, Psychology

Neil ...teaching is helping students learn how awesome science is. Everything we interact with everyday is made possible because of it. I fully believe that anyone can become great at math or science. I am also an accomplished amatuer musician. I play piano and low brass instruments. I've played all over the world, and am very...

Brigham Young University - BA, Chemistry

Haley ...always loved numbers and Mathematics but it wasn't until college that I realized this passion and strength were driving me towards education. Since then, I've enjoyed working with students of all ages and abilities to further their math skills. I believe that everyone has mathematical abilities and I enjoying working and watching these abilities grow...

University of Northern Iowa - BA, Mathematics Teaching

Krupa ...recipient of the Yale Book Award, was an commended AP scholar, and was awarded the Missouri award of Justice. I will always be a die-hard Cardinal and Ram’s fan, attending games whenever I have time and never giving up hope on them. I also spend a great deal of my time with my Swadhyay family,...

Washington University in St Louis - Bachelors, Biology and Anthropology

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences - Current Grad Student, Medicine

Bryan ...undergraduate mathematics curriculum, with students in groups, and one-on-one. I've also served as a teaching assistant for 3 years, carrying out many different classroom duties for professors including grading homework, holding office hours, proctoring exams. I've grown very fond of tutoring calculus 1, 2, sophomore level linear algebra, and differential equations. The "true power" of...

University of Kansas - BS, Mathematics

University of Kansas - MA, Mathematics