### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Framingham, MA

Adrian ...problem. My upbringing (my father wrote plays, and had a PhD in English) has also left me with a strong interest in the languages and social sciences. Most of all, I excel in Microeconomics tutoring. I am also well traveled, having lived in four different countries, each of which was a diverse environment, and visited many more. This has taught me to make fast connections with my peers, as well as my students. Thank you...

Charlotte ...exploring other cultures. Especially all their food! I love to cook and bake, and attempt to bring some of my favorite French treats into my own home. I love tutoring French because I have a passion for spreading this appreciation for other cultures. I am originally from Cleveland, Ohio where I started learning French in my elementary school class. When I'm not tutoring or trying to teach myself something new, I love yoga, running and...

Colgate University - BA, Mathematics and French

Steven ...above all highly effective teaching. I am currently a Visiting Lecturer at Wellesley College (since Fall 2013), with a prior two-year Visiting Assistant Professorship at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. I received my PhD from the Courant Institute at NYU in 2011 and my BA from Yale in 2005. During my seven years of college instructorship (particularly in single and multivariable calculus) and three years of tutoring experience (SAT and...

Yale University - Bachelors, Mathematics

New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences - PhD, Mathematics

Vania ...physics professor who turned physics into a way of viewing the world around me with a renewed sense of curiosity. I enjoy being able to spark this love of physics in my students, and as a consequence also sparking a love in mathematics, a necessary companion to physics. I also enjoy helping students prepare for the SAT because it is a test where practice makes perfect. Seeing a student gain confidence and start growing in...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - BS, Mechanical Engineering/Music

Rob ...variety of ways: I tutored independently for college students in Math and Science throughout my time at Tufts, I worked on curriculum development in my first summer at Tufts (a job which I revisited over the next two years to help implement in schools), and I graded papers for a Differential Equations class of twenty in the fall of my junior year. My favorite subjects to teach are math and science, particularly Physics. I'm excited...

Tufts University - BS, Mechancial Engineering

Kristofer ...Shore (Salem). I've been teaching high school math for eight years (Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalculus, Calculus AP), and have many years of experience teaching and tutoring high school students, home-schooled students, college students and adults in writing, mathematics, the sciences and test preparation. My academic background is varied--I've studied writing (technical, professional and creative), civil engineering and biochemistry extensively at the undergraduate level, and education and mathematics at the graduate level. In my...

WPI - Bachelors, Civil Engineering/Writing

WPI - Masters, Math

Elaina ...the concepts and a boosted self-confidence. Hard work and learning is easier with interest and engagement. I make the environment interactive and comfortable with patience and a sense of humor. I focus on helping individuals firmly understand concepts and be able to use those concepts in problem solving. Each session is an opportunity to ask questions, make mistakes, and expand one's intellect. I am dedicated to being an active part of each student's academic journey.

Vanderbilt University - BA, Neuroscience (Honors) and Chemistry

Daniel ...will be receiving my Bachelor of Science degree next year. I have helped many of my colleagues pass their classes and understand concepts in subjects they have trouble with. I also have great experience helping students much younger than myself, from elementary school through high school. My favorite subject to tutor is calculus, I believe the concepts of calculus are much simpler than most instructors make them out to be and that most problems in...

Ian ...a way that the underlying mathematical principle is apparent. I also have done some work editing scientific research papers, and enjoy writing on my own. As such, I have a passion for language and grammar. My biochemistry degree suits me to working with students interested in the physical sciences. I feel that I am good at sharing in the wonder behind seemingly dull concepts, and sparking interest in science beyond the memorization of facts. I...

Northeastern University - Bachelors, Biochemistry and Linguistics

Douglas ...pictures, diagrams and animations to help with the learning process. While a solid understanding of the fundamental concepts and their context within a given subject is important, I consider science to be much more than a collection of facts. It is a way of thinking and understanding and asking questions about the world. I believe that the better someone is able to develop the critical thinking skills required in science, the better equipped they will...

Colorado State University-Fort Collins - BS, Biological Science

Colorado State University-Fort Collins - MS, Bioengineering