# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Overland Park, KS

Jordan ...be as intimidating or scary as the world makes it out to be. Often times if we don't understand something, it's simply because it hasn't been explained to us in a way that caters to our strengths. I love math and the predictive nature of numbers. If I'm not in school you can probably find me in front of the box score of a basketball or football game trying to make two completely different worlds...

University of Kansas City - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Sarah ...I was pursuing my undergraduate degree I tutored for introductory engineering courses such as Chemistry and Physics, and helped grade and guide students on their lab reports in the Introduction to Industrial Engineering course. I love helping students, and really consider it to be one of my hobbies, as I have gained so much from the education I was fortunate enough to have received and believe that I have gained the technical competencies and communication...

Kansas State University - BS, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Henry ...come up different ways to explain the problem to different students. I love my job. I have received an A+ in algebra 1 and 2, geometry, precalculus, and both calculus courses. I try to prepare myself every time before I tutor a student, I would do many problems that are related to the subject and I like to come up new ways to teach students to help them engage in the lessons.... Be patient, and have a joyful heart with a positive attitude :D

University of Kansas - Current Undergrad, Chemical Engineering, Mathematics

Chris ...and science academic subjects. My consistent math and science workload in college has made me confident of my mastery and ability to tutor these subjects. Outside of academics, I am passionate about global health and helping underserved communities. I spent a summer working in Kisumu, Kenya on a malnutrition project and I plan to work in Nicaragua on a project focused on bringing clean water to underserved communities in the future. In my free time,...

Harvard University - BA, Neurobiology and Spanish

Zachary ...for over 4 years now. While Psychology and Math have been my personal areas of study, my clients have ranged from preschool children getting a head-start on phonics to postdoctoral students who need to navigate SPSS for their theses. I began tutoring as the scholarship chair for my fraternity in undergraduate, before getting a student job in graduate school teaching Math, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Science to student athletes at ESU. After falling...

Baker University - BS, Psychology

Emporia State University - MS, Experimental Psychology

Lee ...I have a variety of interests such as tennis, robotics, and reading. I try to make my sessions as fun as possible so that my students will remain interested in the subject matter for a longer period of time. I teach to the level of the student and explain using terms they will understand. Teaching others can sometimes seem difficult, but I believe it is ultimately rewarding. I am working towards completing a computer engineering...

JCCC - BS, Computer Engineering

Bryan ...to "how do I solve for x?" we will learn it together. We will take a dive through our 'resources' or our textbooks, and together we will find the pieces of the puzzle, without having me explicitly tell the student where the pieces are located to the puzzle of 'solving x'. Outside of academia, I love to compete in competitive dancing simulation video games. (If you've heard of Dance Dance Revolution, or Just Dance, you...

University of Kansas - BS, Mathematics

University of Kansas - MA, Mathematics

Brennan ...for explaining concepts in a variety of ways began to emerge. My patient and caring nature allows me to reach a variety of students and help them reach a new level of understanding and knowledge. I enjoy tutoring all types of students and learners in all different subject areas. As a current 4th grade teacher, I value education and enjoy working with all types of students in both the classroom and in individual settings.

Southern Methodist University - BA, English, Spanish

University of Illinois at Chicago - M.Ed., Elementary Education

State Certified Teacher

Madeeha ...tutoring experience with college students. Mathematics is my favorite subject and I like tutoring it. It is my passion. While tutoring students I have a friendly attitude towards them. Whenever there is a problem or a concept a student is struggling with I usually approach it by asking the student that what does he think that how the question should be solved.I love to read in my free time and cricket is my favorite sport....

Kaitlyn ...courses, my favorite subject to tutor and teach is Algebra because it is the basis for so many other math classes. I know that math is difficult for many people, and I try my hardest to find a teaching style that will make the material easy to understand. I want my students to succeed in their math courses, and if I need to find new methods of teaching to make this happen, I will. I...

University of Central Missouri - BS, Mathematics and Spanish

University of Central Missouri - MS, Applied Mathematics