# Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Tomball, TX

Erin ...adults that have returned to college. I am still getting to know Houston. I'm a busy mommy and my most important trip of the day is to go to the park with my little girls. When I do have spare time, I enjoy baking a variety of goodies, reading, watching movies, and dancing to music...

Brigham Young University - BS, Chemisty

State Certified Teacher

Alexander ...year of experience tutoring algebra and pre-algebra with good results. I can tutor through 8th grade math including pre-algebra, algebra 1-4, as well as statistics, pre-calculus, and ACT/SAT mathematics prep. My teaching philosophy is that practice makes perfect. When I am not working towards my degree, I am usually playing on a piano or listening...

Rice University - B.A., Mathematics & Philosophy

Chelsea ...Brown University, Passionate about sustainable design; cross-disciplinary work between the arts and sciences; building all sorts of knick-knacks with my hands; being outdoors; music exploration; and expression through writing. I have previously tutored math and science for K-12 students (and a little bit of SAT Writing) at GT Learning Academy in Sugar Land, TX. My teaching...

Brown University - BA, Engineering

Trisha ...loved biology since my middle school days of watching nerdy forensic crime shows and I feel so lucky to be able to share my passion now! I have worked with students of all ages in various areas and levels of math and science, including biology, algebra, geometry, microbiology, etc. I love seeing my students progress...

The University of Texas at Austin - BS, Cell and Molecular Biology

Sarah ...many different subject areas. I love the learning process, and figuring out how to best design a lesson for a specific student so that learning is fun, engaging and meaningful. For me, learning is not about drilling memorization facts. My ultimate goal with students is to make a connection with them and bring alive pre-algebra,...

Vanderbilt University - BA, Art History

American University of Paris - MA, Communications

Darren ...tutoring session my students have increased their knowledge of the current content immensely. Last school year I would hold review sessions for Algebra I and II (the day before the test), and students averaged A's and B's. The reason why my students have achieved such a high level of understanding of Algebra I and Algebra...

University of Houston-Downtown - BA, Applied Mathematics

Natalie ...reason I enjoy tutoring lies in my own experience as a student. I had to work very hard for the grades it took to get to college, so I understand the problems of the struggling student, and I try my best to relate the methods I personally used to overcome those obstacles. I've tutored high...

Rice University - BA, double-major, Biochemistry and Cell Biology, English

Jennifer ...of Science in Applied Mathematics. During my schooling I took course in Calculus I,II,III, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations and some Statistics. Additionally, I received a B.A. in Photography from Sam Houston State University, graduating Cum Laude. I started tutoring in 2009 and have helped students with a variety of math classes; everything from Pre-algebra to...

Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, Applied Math

Brandon I am currently a middle school language arts teacher, although I have also taught a self-contained 6th grade class. I enjoy most the fields of math and science but have also come to appreciate the importance of language arts and literature. I like to think of myself as a balanced tutor.... I believe in the classical model of education, whereby teachers focus on content rather than teaching to the test. Education should create good citizens by teaching students the importance of the past, their place in the present, and their power for influencing the future.

College of St Thomas More - Bachelors, Liberal Arts

Adam ...poor young man to shave himself and keep his razor in order, you may contribute more to the happiness of his life than in giving him a thousand guineas." That's a fair analogy for my teaching philosophy: a self-sufficient mind is worth more to a student than a thousand answers given by a tutor. I...