# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Attleboro, RI

Nicholas ...MATH. and I can try to help you love it too (probably not as much as me). If I can't make you love it, I can at least teach you how to use it. There are many different ways to teach and learn math and I can find the right way for you. I have vast experience working with all types of students and subjects, and I know that I can find the right way...

Boston University - BS, Engineering

Matthew ...Math and I absolutely love teaching these subjects. I really enjoy helping students overcome the gaps in understanding tough concepts, watching them understand the material, succeed on exams and seeing how proud and accomplished they are. I started tutoring when I was 17 years old doing Basic Math and as I have gone through my schooling I have begun to expand my teaching to all Mathematics classes and Physics classes when needed. I have tutored...

SUNY at Binghamton - BS, BA, Physics, Mathematics

SUNY at Binghamton - MS, Physics

Jennifer ...educating others. As an informal science educator, I enjoy helping people discover and appreciate the intricacies and beauty of science and mathematics. Throughout college I worked as a math tutor helping students with courses calculus and above. Once in graduate school, I had my first teaching opportunity as a teaching assistant for Honors General Chemistry. I strove to utilize the lessons I learned as a math tutor during my first teaching assistant position at Cornell...

Western Washington University - Bachelors, Chemistry and Mathematics

Cornell University - PhD, Materials Chemistry

Andy ...experience working with all ages in a number of subjects. I have the most experience working with high school and middle school students in mathematics. My other teaching experiences include tutoring in English and computer skills in an ESOL classroom for refugees, as well as private and group violin instruction for children of all ages. I believe that Math comprehension is absolutely essential to a successful education. As a tutor I focus on presenting material...

Suffolk University - BS, Computer Science

Victor ...for many courses and many undergraduate students. As part of my graduate study of physics, I am well versed in all grade school and college-level mathematics. The teaching style I have developed through my own experience, as well as keeping up with the results of physics education research, follows a Socratic principle. Students should be carefully guided as they pursue their own understanding, and should be able to experience for themselves the fun of figuring...

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - BA, Physics

Tufts University - PhD, Physics

Nicholas ...I really enjoy the feeling of helping someone learn something that they were struggling with. I understand that everyone learns differently, and I pride myself on being able to adapt my teaching style to fit the student's learning style. I have found that patience is one of the most important skills that I can have when working with students. It is easy for a student to get frustrated when they're trying to learn something new,...

Bristol Community College - Associates, Computer Science

Carolyn ...to make learning fun! During my time as a tutor, I have worked with students who struggle with fundamental concepts that make more advanced material unnecessarily difficult. I have also worked with students who want to get ahead in their classes. Currently, I am working toward a Master's degree in Biomedical Science at Tufts University School of Medicine. I am passionate about about teaching and I would love to work with you!

Wellesley College - BA, Neuroscience

Tufts University - MS, Biomedical Science

Diana ...Chemical Engineering. During my final year of college, I began tutoring elementary, middle and high school students in all their subjects but focused strongly on math and science courses. I understand that these subjects can be challenging for most students but once students are able to work through the challenges, with the correct guidance of an educator, they are able to enjoy these subjects. My teaching style heavily depends on my students’ learning style. I...

University of Maryland-College Park - BS, Chemical Engineering

Rob ...direct approach to tutoring utilizing real-world examples, my experiences have taught me that all students learn differently and I try to adapt my teaching style to best fit my students. My education and professional career have made me qualified to teach the subjects I have always been most interested in, all levels of mathematics and biology. Outside of my professional life I enjoy cycling, camping, fly fishing, hiking, sports and home-made cooking. I look forward...

Drexel University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Drexel University - Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering

Aaron ...of Michigan State University, where I studied Mathematics and Interdisciplinary Humanities. I am currently enrolled at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where I study Development Economics and International Monetary Policy. I have worked as a Teaching Assistant, Research Assistant, and as an Actuary, and have a particular passion for teaching Mathematics. When tutoring I try to include visualizations and real world examples whenever I can so that it does not feel like a...

Michigan State University - BS, Mathematics

Tufts University - MA, International Studies