### Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Riverside, FL

Tianna ...recently took the MCAT. I have been a tutor for six years. I have tutored high school and college students in subjects including chemistry, physics, biology, and mathematics (from pre algebra to differential equations). I have also worked at Stony Brook University as a college biology lecturer. I like to use a hands on approach...

Stony Brook University - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Catherine I currently teach Algebra and Geometry at a private high school for students with learning differences in Jacksonville, FL. I enjoy their light bulb moments and seeing them succeed where the had not before. I look forward to meeting more students and bringing them to their light bulb moments.

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Electrical engineering

University of North Florida - Masters, Mathematical Sciences

Ginger ...which I love. To me, there is no better feeling than seeing the light come on when a concept that was "too hard" becomes understandable to a student. I also love that students from past years will approach me in public and share their successes and thank me for the help I was able to...

Belhaven University - BS, Mathematics

Michael ...help students learn in the way they find most effective. If one way of explaining a topic does not work, I will try explaining it in another, more fitting, way. My hope is that through asking students questions about their work, they can better understand what is in front of them. I want to be...

Fordham Univeristy - Current Undergrad, Economics

Willard ...began teaching. I enjoy the process of learning. I work to meet the student where they are in the learning process and get to know the way they learn best. This is where the real math adventure begins. We will explore multiple ways to understand problems to help you on your math journey. My goal...

Chadron State College - Bachelors, Secondary Education 6-12 field endorsement in Mathematics

Michael ...view of both a teacher and a student, learning is not always a straightforward process. Teaching plans should be compatible with individual students, taking into account their goals, needs, and learning styles. For example, I personally like to incorporate secondary lines of reasoning. When learning words, I look at roots, when learning theorems, I study...

UT Austin - BS, Mathematics

Jeff ...am comfortable with the interface and expectations. Previously, I worked as a tutor in a tutoring lab, where I would tutor in an open lab hour-for-hour up to the number of credits we were teaching each term--in my case, eight hours. I've taught both high school and college students, and also tutored for a commercial...

Carson-Newman College - Bachelors, Mathematics

The University of Mississippi - Masters, Mathematics

Luchette ...I taught 8th grade science for four years. As a teacher, I had the opportunity to interact with great students and see the progress that they made through out the school year. The most memorable moment as a teacher, was everyday. Everyday during my teaching career was fun and exciting and educational all at the...

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Biology

Christopher ...credits remaining for a bachelor's degree with a concentration in general physics and a minor in mathematics. I hope to simplify matters that might seem complicated. Many times complex concepts are best mastered in a step-by-step fashion. This approach demands patience, however, it usually ends in a cumulative understanding of these principal concepts.

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Physics

University of North Florida - Current Grad Student, Physics

Tiffany ...to solve a problem, assisting them if needed. As they gain confidence, I would expose them to different and quicker methods for solving similar problems. After all, less time spent on homework equals more time for fun. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, photography, piano, exercise, and spending time at the beach.

University of Florida - BA, History