# Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Belton, MO

Christopher ...only way I really learn: I don't really understand a topic until I can teach it to someone else. Because of that, when I was in school I would regularly be tutoring other students. I also spent hours and hours tutoring others over the Internet. For me teaching is an adventure. Everyone has different perspectives,...

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics

John ...for one semester and during my second semester I taught a section of College Algebra. I am able to tutor many different areas of math, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. Of these, my favorite is definitely Calculus, because I think that there are many people with misconceptions about the subject, and I enjoy showing...

Rockhurst University - BS, Mathematics

Judy ...the community college level. In those years, I have learned a lot about student learning. Obviously, not every student learns the same way. I try to present topics from different points of view with different methods of solving them whenever possible. I want math to be as painless as possible for students. Since I have...

University of Central Missouri - BSE, Mathematics Education

University of Missouri-Kansas City - MS, Math Education

Vaishnavi ...finally understand a particularly difficult concept. With two years of experience as a tutor at the Math and Resource Center at UMKC, I have gained many skills that allow me to be confident that my students have effectively mastered what they are learning in the classroom and are able to apply it to real-life situations....

Erin ...if given the chance and the right help. Math does not have to be scary! I have tutored students at all ages from elementary to adults in college, and I know how much fear, anxiety, and frustration math can cause. I believe that math does not have to be the enormous obstacle we have made...

Truman State University - BA, Mathematics

Truman State University - MA, Education

Robert We all learn differently. As Albert Einstein said, "Study is not the learning of facts but the training of the mind to think." Thomas Edison said only five percent of people think; another 10 percent think they think; and 85 percent would rather die than think. Let me help you be one of the five.

University of Kansas - Bachelors, History/Economics

London School of Economics - Masters, Economics

Kim ...and a Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction. I have been a teacher for 17 years and am especially passionate about helping students learn! My husband and kids sometime poke fun at me because I have proclaimed that Math is my passion. (It's true!) I have taught and tutored students in a wide variety of...

Kansas State University - BS, Mathematics Education

Kansas State University - MS, Curriculum and Instruction

Zachary ...is very hands-on, with frequent quizzes and tests to ensure that the lessons on the whiteboard are translating to results when the pressure is on. I find that students and parents alike appreciate the flow of feedback that I provide, and being able to see one's results improving is marvelous for student confidence. In my...

Baker University - BS, Psychology

Emporia State University - MS, Experimental Psychology

Annie ...I had seen enough students overcome self-doubt and begin to believe in their own abilities; it was my time to do the same and try again to become an engineer. Today I am two semesters away from graduating from the University of Missouri- Kansas City mechanical engineering program with a 4.0 GPA. I no longer...

Jacob ...emphasis in biochemistry. In my final semester of college, I tutored chemistry online, and I can honestly say it was the most enjoyable job I've ever had. I am a scientist, so I mainly tutor chemistry, but I am also an excellent essay writer, editor, and test taker. As a result I am well equipped...

Missouri State University - BS, Chemistry