Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in St. Louis, MO
Sam "...Louis, but just moved back after going to school and subsequently working in San Francisco for six years. I'm generally easy-going. I love all sports, whether I'm watching or playing -- especially golf, bowling, football, and basketball..."
Kathleen "...Math has always been one of my favorite subjects. I love Pre-algebra, Calculus, Linear Algebra and everything in between! I have tutored for about four years and have worked with students of all ages. Most students come to me for Math, but I have also worked with students on SAT and ACT test prep, Statistics and Physics..."
Joanna "...Without them, learning becomes a struggle. With them, it can be fun and easy. And when something is fun, students want to do more..."
Hayley "...I have also with children with Asperger’s, autism and cerebral palsy as a camp counselor in my hometown of Atlanta. As far as tutoring is concerned, I most enjoy helping students with Writing, Spanish and Geometry. I believe that a lot of my success tutoring Spanish and Geometry comes from the fact that I know what it is like to need extra help..."
Nickolas "...I loved my time with these two programs because I was able to help K-8th graders with their task of learning fundamental concepts that would help them acquire new knowledge for the rest of their lives. I've also had some experience in helping classmates with subjects such as Organic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. I strongly believe in the idea that, if a tutee does not understand a concept, it is my fault for not having conveyed the concept effectively and in concrete terms..."
Mica "... I love to travel, and have lived and worked in three countries outside the U.S. In Costa Rica, I worked with study abroad students in an Intensive Spanish Language program. In El Salvador, I taught in a K-9 school as a Peace Corps Volunteer..."
Patrick "...I also worked at an orphanage during a semester study abroad experience in Ghana, West Africa where I provided both one-on-one and classroom instruction to students from 3-15 years of age. I am currently a teaching assistant for a law school professor where I provide incoming law students academic support including study skills, time management and basic legal analysis skills. For me, tutoring is about unlocking one’s unique path to achieving their academic goals..."
Sarah "...I graduated with a Bachelors degree in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis. I was a National Merit Scholar. I love teaching material through a wide range of approaches and focus on building a thorough understanding of concepts..."
Kevin "...I lived in a sophomore dorm and provided support to students of all majors. This experience propelled me into education, as I later founded my own tutoring business and taught engineering at an all-girls middle school. I have done several years of graduate research at Purdue University (W..."
Kanushri "...Until then, I want to build upon the teaching skills I have already gleaned in my different tutoring experiences. Throughout my four years at college, I devoted a lot of time outside of the classroom to tutoring fellow university students in Mathematics through my major department. I also started a volunteer tutoring organization with my friends through which we mentored students at a local low-performing high school and guided them through their Math and English curricula..."