### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Dunwoody, GA

Bridgette ...in subjects such as Calculus, Linear Algebra and Ordinary Differential Equations. As a Math tutor, my goal is to efficiently create a successful learning process for each student that they can practice on their own to help them become the successful student they can be and reach their ultimate academic goals. Although learning with me will be fun and very interactive, I will also emphasize the respect we must have for our academic careers by...

Ottawa University - BS, Mathematics

Ryan ...from competitive piano to college-level engineering courses and have loved every second of it! To me, connecting with students and successfully overcoming intellectual obstacles together is the most exciting part of tutoring; students tend to see me as an approachable peer as a result. I am most comfortable tutoring Math and Physics, but I've also stored up quite a bit of knowledge from taking way too many standardized tests. In my free time, I enjoy...

University of California-Berkeley - BS, Mechanical Engineering; minor Global Poverty and Practice

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - MS, Mechanical Engineering

Jarrod ...to help students in the classroom. Moreover, I have used co-teaching models (i.e. parallel, alternative, and team teaching) to better meet the needs of students. My philosophy for teaching is I believe all students can learn. I want to challenge my students to do their very best and to become lifelong learners. I want students to be better off when they leave my class than when they first entered it. I create an environment conducive...

Clark Atlanta University - Bachelors, Mathematics

Walden University - Masters, Education

Gregory ...time permits, I tend to teach by making sure the student has mastered the basics. Then it then will become much easier for the student to build on that foundation as we continue. I usually quiz the student weekly to make sure he/she is making progress. I'm interested in science and cosmology, and I'm currently at Georgia Tech as a Physics major. I work hard, but I'm also easy to get along with.

Anna ...doing through smiles and laughter. I do not pretend to be the "perfect mathematician", but I am extremely knowledgable. Additionally, I take the time to discern what each student knows, as well as how they think. This helps me to not only show each student that I care about his or her success, but it also helps me to figure out what is the best approach in teaching a specific method to the student. My...

Georgia Southern University - BS, Mathematics

Georgia Southern University - MS, Mathematics

Serena ...at a local after-school program for teaching and tutoring. My strengths lie primarily in test prep, as I have done SAT tutoring through Johns Hopkins Office of Multicultural Affairs for two years. I like to make the material more fun for students so that they are fully engaged and want to learn more. Aside from tutoring, I'm on a competitive dance team, am a member of Greek Life at Hopkins, and I am a member...

Johns Hopkins University - Current Undergrad, Public Health Studies

Darien ...of one on one and group tutoring experience in a majority of Math based subjects. I have worked with high school and college level students in Algebra, Geometry, Calculus and Statistics. I like to use a three part tutoring method that 1) determines what the student does not understand, 2) walks step by step through example problems and 3) requires the student to show me that a problem can be completed independently.

University of Maryland-College Park - BS, Computer Engineering

Emory University - MBA, Finance

Laurel ...great success. If you find math and physics difficult, and are looking for a tutor who can demystify them for you: I would love to help you out! If you love math and physics, and have exhausted other teachers' knowledge but would still like to learn more: I would also love to help you out! In addition to wielding math and science skills for fun and profit, I design and sew clothes whilst half-listening to...

MIT - BS, Physics

UC Santa Cruz - MS, Astronomy & Astrophysics

Ray ...been interested in math and science, and have excelled in all of my classes. I take great pride in what I learn, both in and out of the classroom. I'm constantly looking up new information, researching new ideas, and trying to inspire my friends to ask questions. My big interest is in Astrophysics, the study of the stars and anything beyond our planet. I really take joy in learning new things. I try to imbue...

Furman University - BS, Physics

Brian ...how to think about a subject, how to parse what is important and what isn't because if you can build a strong foundation, a firm understanding of the concepts that underlie a field of study, you will be able to organize your thoughts more elegantly and deal with new information more efficiently. In my experience, students that figure out how to do this are able to approach any subject with confidence and proficiency.

Oglethorpe University - BS, Biopsychology