### Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Edwardsville, KS

Brennan ...in various subjects when I was in high school and my natural talent 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...

Southern Methodist University - BA, English, Spanish

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

State Certified Teacher

Christopher ...MA with a 4.0 GPA and received a perfect score on the verbal GRE. I also scored 168 on the LSAT and graduated in the top ten percent of my law school class. My teaching experience includes two years' teaching Latin and Myth at the college level and two years' private tutoring of subjects ranging...

University of Iowa - BFA, Art

University of Kansas - MA, Classics

Matt I graduated from KU and enjoy helping people understand math-related subjects! I'm a mechanical engineer, drummer, computer technician, and enjoy playing outdoor sports. If you're needing any help, I can get you up to speed! I do an excellent job of connecting with students and adapting to their learning styles.

University of Kansas - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Haley ...Mathematics but it wasn't until college that I realized this passion and strength were driving me towards education. Since then, I've enjoyed working with students of all ages and abilities to further their math skills. I believe that everyone has mathematical abilities and I enjoying working and watching these abilities grow and improve in students....

University of Northern Iowa - BA, Mathematics Teaching

Bryan ...simply there to answer the students' questions "how do I solve for x?" and the like, with a response of "first you add 5 to both sides, then divide both sides by q". That's already excellent. I prefer to take it one step further. If a student asks me to "how do I solve for...

University of Kansas - BS, Mathematics

University of Kansas - MA, Mathematics

Eric ...what I really enjoy doing. I've always enjoyed doing math, and I thought I would want to be a teacher, in a nice school, with a nice class of students, but the big groups are not for me. I much prefer that the one on one style of teaching. I've been doing tutoring since early...

Metropolitan Community College Kansas City Missouri - Associates, Arts

Erin ...and frustration math can cause. I believe that math does not have to be the enormous obstacle we have made it out to be; all people can learn the math necessary to feel confident in real-world situations involving logic, computation, or problem solving with numbers. When I work with a student, I always start by...

Truman State University - BA, Mathematics

Truman State University - MA, Education

Kim ...University graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education 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...

Kansas State University - BS, Mathematics Education

Kansas State University - MS, Curriculum and Instruction

Molly I've been teaching high school mathematics for 26 years and I still love it. I always said if I stopped liking my students, I'd find a different profession. I'm still teaching... I enjoy working with students one-on-one and look forward to begin tutoring with Varsity Tutors. ... Everyone can learn. Practice makes perfect, so you want to be sure you're practicing correctly!

University of Arkansas - Bachelors, Secondary Math Education

University of Kansas - Masters, Curriculum and Instruction

Christopher ...with tutoring, in part because it's sort of the 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...

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics