Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in Houston, TX
Laura "...I love biology as that is what I am currently pursuing a PhD in. I am completely comfortable in tutoring biology, chemistry, elementary, and middle school math. My tutoring style is laid back and I like to give the student a chance to solve the problem before I aid..."
Sonya "...I love helping students understand a concept that they previously struggled with. It gives you a good feeling to know that you have helped and could possibly have an impact on this child's or teenager's education experience. I absolutely love animals..."
Ghali "...I have been working as a private tutor for 5 years and it has been my privilege in that time to watch students grow in their confidence and ability. I began tutoring by helping other students in my high school classes. In college, I worked as a private math and physics tutor with the Physics department at the University of Houston..."
Winnie "...As a strong believer in education, I feel that tutors are essential for a student's success whether they are struggling with a particular subject or not. With that being said, I feel that tutors help expand the minds of the future, helping the child understand that they can solve any problem with practice and confidence! During my high school years, I tutored middle and high schoolers in various subjects ranging from pre-algebra to statistics. I also did private tutoring for elementary school students where I helped them solve word problems and fractions effectively! My tutoring expertise does not stop there..."
Malcolm "I am currently a junior at Rice University, majoring in biochemistry and cell biology. I am particularly interested in tutoring math, science, writing, and test preparation. I have a strong background in tutoring over many years, and I am very comfortable working with many different kinds of students..."
Georgia "Benjamin Franklin once said, “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” This quote sums up my teaching philosophy. Students need to be involved and allowed the time to struggle and learn. I can provide support, motivation and patience to the student, and not only an answer..."
Hanna "...As a tutor at Mathnasium, I worked with elementary and middle school students to improve their math skills. In college, I worked for America Reads and served as a reading tutor for 3rd graders in a NYC public school. And after graduation, I spent my time before medical school teaching self-contained 4th grade in Houston ISD..."
Sarah "...I love the learning process, and figuring out how to best design a lesson for a specific student so that learning is fun, engaging and meaningful. For me, learning is not about drilling memorization facts. My ultimate goal with students is to make a connection with them and bring alive pre-algebra, phonics, the questioning mechanics of the SAT - whatever the student is learning. When a connection is made, we can bridge the gaps and make learning fun and lasting..."
John "... I dual-majored and received degrees in science in math and chemistry. I also attended business and computer programming courses during my time in Austin. I have been tutoring for two years now; most of my experience is with high school students but I have worked with elementary and middle school students in the past..."
University of Texas - B.S/B.S., Chemisty and Mathematics
Frances "...Throughout college, I worked extensively with middle and early high school students, tutoring and teaching Math and Algebra. I also worked for three years with students, age 3-12, in a non-profit setting, as an employee and volunteer, helping them to learn about and explore a variety of Science and Social Science topics. Though I enjoy working with all subjects, teaching Math is my passion..."