Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in The Woodlands, TX
Rudy "...I then attended graduate school at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois. While in graduate school, I was a TA and helped several undergrads in biology. I have found that several students have the potential to do well in school. The problems they face can be due to a variety of reasons, and one-on-one tutoring is a great way to help students figure out what those problems are and find out how to master the material. Aside from my math and science interests, I enjoy hanging out with family/friends, reading, movies, traveling, and I'm down for trying almost anything..."
Ambreen "...I have been a private tutor for over 6 years. My first assignments were requests from classmates to assist them in Pre-AP Chemistry and Mathematics. I attended Texas State Honors Math Camp to advance my mathematical skills where I learned to collaborate and gained exposure to different ways of explaining and conceptualizing mathematical problems. I have also worked with teenagers as a residential camp counselor and as well as teaching a New York City Ballet dancer for an accelerated GED high school certification program..."
Jack "...I'm from the Houston area and graduated from Strake Jesuit College Prep. As a student studying to be an engineer, I have and will continue to have much exposure to math and sciences. I am very adept at math from elementary/middle-school math and Algebra to Calculus and Differential Equations. Additionally, I have garnered a skill for writing and perfecting college essays after having written many essays and supplemental essay for the seven universities I applied to within the South and Midwest..."
Johann "...Since my undergraduate studies, I've served in the military as an Applied Math instructor at the Naval Nuclear Power School and eventually as a Database Developer in the school's Information Technology department. While in the military, I also pursued and attained a Master's degree in Nuclear Engineering. During undergraduate experience, I was privileged with being a Professor's Aide and Tutor for math, science and engineering subjects areas. I believe that being able to effectively explain a certain concept to another person requires a great level of understanding of that concept. This philosophy followed into my teaching experience with the military and into my current career..."
Prairie View A&M University - BS, Electrical Engineering
Pennsylvania State University - ME, Nuclear Engineering
Gregory "...I grew up in Montreal, Canada and graduated from the University of Western Ontario in a Geology-Geophysics combined program. I have tutored elementary school through high school age children, primarily in maths and sciences both one on one and in classroom settings. I also developed and taught coursework at Chevron during my career to other professionals in my areas of expertise. I have always enjoyed teaching and find that working with each student we can both learn new things together. I encourage my students to think creatively and to critically develop their own thought processes for each of us looks at the world in our own unique way. I try and make sessions very active, engaging and enjoyable - do not be surprised if we are up and moving around quite a bit as we learn and discuss material..."
University Of Western Ontario - Bsc, Geophysics Geology
Jordan "...I am a pre-medical student working on applying to medical school for the 2017 entry cycle. My degree is in Human Biology, but I enjoy teaching all STEM related subjects. I have previous experience in tutoring privately for families. I tutored elementary and middle school aged students in a YMCA Outreach program for a year. I also worked as a Peer Mentor for the Chemistry Emerging Scholars program at the University of Texas at Austin, where I tutored 20-30 students twice weekly on freshmen general chemistry..."
Jeremy "...In addition to my tutoring experience, I have also worked as a private tutor for homeschooling children. Although I am capable of tutoring a variety of subjects, I am especially adept at Geometry, Algebra I, and Algebra II. My teaching philosophy rests on the conviction that students should be trained how to think critically on their own and how to approach problems rather than merely being fed information by their teachers/tutors. I work diligently to ensure that my students' academic capabilities are consistently increasing..."
Natalie "My name is Natalie, and I'm a second-year student at Rice University majoring in Biochemistry and Cell Biology as well as in English. My unusual double major is a result of my inability to choose a favorite subject--I love literature and science! This love of learning translates naturally to my role as a tutor. Because I love learning, I look for ways to transmit my passions to others by teaching them. Another reason I enjoy tutoring lies in my own experience as a student..."
Amy "...I have always had a knack and a passion for mathematics and science. My ultimate goal is to be an ecological researcher. My goal is to help students improve their skills and work through some of the pangs of learning. I appreciate that everyone learns differently and will help find their unique way to make it easier while making the course interesting..."
University of Victoria - BSc, Biology
Alex "... I think that we do our best thinking in conversation with others. As a tutor, I love engaging in dialogue with students. Such conversations give students the chance to literally hear themselves work through the material. In my free time, I keep myself busy by writing songs playing music with old friends..."