### Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Park Forest, IL

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Ellie ...them a platform to change issues about which they are most passionate. This experience inspires my desire to educate young students; to provide them the tools to be leaders, whether that be in the classroom, on the playing field, or in their community. My time as a youth soccer coach and tutor of my little...

University of Chicago - BA, Economics

Marvin ...For America, and I've passed all of my elementary certification exams, while working on finishing my teacher license this academic year from calumet college, St. Joseph. My undergraduate degree is in Economics from the University of Chicago, and I did a lot of statistics, too! I like having kids how to read, write, and do...

The University of Chicago - BA, Economics

Benjamin ...and SAT prep. I believe my work as an actor and director aids my ability to communicate and listen to students. I have an avid curiosity; I told my college playwriting professor that I wish I could experience everything there is in the world. She told me to start a podcast where I interview all...

Northwestern University - Bachelor of Arts, Theatre with a minor in Business Institutions

Carolyn ...girls interested in Math and Science. I have an informal, friendly teaching style. I like to show students that they CAN do physics and math, even if they have a mental block that says they're "bad at it" or "just can't do it." I try to show that the subjects fun and relatable, explaining why...

University of Chicago - BA, Physics

Northwestern University - MA, Learning Sciences

Cris ...Education at North Central College with a minor in Mathematics. I have tutored at the college and students in the Chicagoland area for over three years, ranging from middle school math and homework help through collegiate quantum mechanics. As a future educator, it is essential to prepare students with the right skills not only to...

North Central College - Bachelors, Physics & Secondary Education

Lee ...test prep and love working with students who need help with standardized tests. I'm a laid back individual, but I like to push my students. I know that every student is able to do well and I really enjoy helping them along their path to success. But being laid back, I am also good at...

Northwestern University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Northwestern University - MS, Biomedical Engineering

Matt ...especially what it means in real world terms. Additionally, I've worked with students from high school through college on calculus, physics, and introductory economics, and have developed an appreciation for different styles of learning. Math is the language the universe speaks, and I'm very excited to learn about that as a physicist. As a tutor,...

Moe ...math courses and Accounting. I believe that every student should ask "why" a lot, as this is my teaching philosophy. I believe that if we knew why are we going in certain steps, or following a certain rule, that will make us absorp and understand in a better manner. Outside of teaching, I am a...

Kuwait University - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

Kuwait University - Masters, Business Administration

Andrew ...teaching high school math after graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a math degree. I then earned my masters in Secondary Math Education at Northwestern University. I have taught all high school subjects (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus, AP Calculus AB, AP Statistics, and Finite Math) and prepared students for the ACT,...

University of Notre Dame - BS, Math

Northwestern University - MSED, Math Education