### Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Lawndale, CA

Joanne ...succeed in math classes. As part of my experience in college, I was a supplemental instruction leader and involved in math reader programs, which developed my teaching skills in different levels of mathematics. Even after I graduated, I still continued to do small group teaching in a private education institute and some one-on-one tutoring. When...

University of California-Riverside - BS, Mathematics

Jingna ...California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). As a tutor, I believe in a holistic teaching approach. I will tailor my method of teaching according to the needs of my students. My goal is not only to help my students learn the concepts, but also to teach them how to study effectively and maximize their learning...

University of California-Berkeley - BA, Cognitive Science and Psychology

William ...high school students that I have tutored, I have found a similar trend regarding the under-performing students. Much of it has to deal with either the lack of motivation or the lack of practice. I am a pretty charismatic individual that is very easy to get along with. I bring not only the academic topics...

University of Maryland - Bachelors, Accounting + Finance

Danielle ...a Study Abroad Program in Rome, Italy for 6 weeks. I studied Roman history, Italian Art History and Italian 1 language. I also Studied in Brazil and Florence, Italy. UNF was an excellent International Business School where it has the same accreditation as Harvard Business School, AACSB Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. I...

University of North Florida - BA, Accounting

University of North Florida - MBA, MBA

Daniel ...no single "correct" way to learn. Everyone can learn differently, and my approach to tutoring reflects the wide variety of individuals that I have had the opportunity to tutor or study with. I pride myself on being especially encouraging, and I think this helps to build confidence in my students, which translates into long-lasting success....

University of California-Santa Cruz - BS, Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology

Monica ...geometry with calculus. As I have excelled in math throughout my academic career, I have tutored classmates throughout the years. I enjoy helping people learn, because I think it is how we connect and evolve as people. My belief is that all students have different capacities of learning as well as different approaches to achieve...

University of California, Los Angeles - BS, Math/Applied Sciences

Molly ...motivation for success, to gifted students who were previously bored with learning. I have worked as a tutor since I was in sixth grade, when I would go to primary schools to teach Kindergarteners how to read. I still love to teach students how to read and write. I have my RICA authorization for teaching...

Point Loma Nazarene University-Corona - Teaching Credential (multiple and single subject in math), Teaching Credential

Point Loma Nazarene University - BA, Liberal Studies

State Certified Teacher

Raj ...it comes to teaching Mathematics. I believe all students have the ability to learn and excel in Mathematics. My main goal in teaching Mathematics is to ensure that my students fully understand and grasp the concepts and problems at hand. It is also my goal to adapt my teaching style to the way my students...

California State University - BS, Mathematics

UCLA Extension - Preliminary Teaching Credential, Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics

Christine ...to small animals. I have been tutoring children of all learning abilities and various ages for many years. I believe every student is capable of achieving educational success and I am happy to help students reach that goal. While I enjoy tutoring a wide range of subject areas, my passion lies in biology, chemistry and...

University of California Irvine - BS, Biological Sciences

Ryan ...am most passionate about Math particularly Algebra. I feel that Math is an excellent subject everyone can learn and enjoy! In my experience, I have acquired alternative techniques in teaching to help students understand that math can be very fun, which gears students toward a less threatening approach to the subject. Viewing a student's face...