# Award-Winning Math Tutors in Erie, CO

Michelle ...and math tutor for students in grades K-12. I have extensive experience working with students in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Calculus. I firmly believe that given the appropriate tools every child can experience academic success resulting in increased levels of self esteem which will positively affect all aspects of a student's life.

Western Governors University - BA, Mathematics

Neil ...what I said, but it turned out to be pretty cool! As for myself outside the lab, I am a easy and fun person to be around. I like doing a lot of outdoor activities like skiing, biking, rafting, mountain climbing, and dirt biking! I also like watching all types of new movies that come...

Pace University-New York - BS, Biochemistry

Erica I am dedicated to providing individualized education for all types of learners. I know that not all students learn the same way, and I utilize a variety of instruction methods to individualize learning. With the right teaching style, every student can succeed.... Not all students learn the same way. I utilize a variety of instruction methods to individualize learning. With the right teaching style, every student can succeed.

Colorado College - Bachelors, Biology: Organisms, Ecology & Evolution

Kimberley ...a huge movie buff!! I also have a passion for music of all kinds; I have played the piano for over 15 years. I have traveled a lot around the world, and it is my life-long goal to retire in France and use my TEFL/TSOL certificate to earn a living. I am so excited to...

Sonoma State University - BS, French

Michelle ...Algebra. I love working with students, and I take pride in my ability to understand each student's learning needs and convey information in an easy and fun way! I am qualified to tutor in most math and English courses, along with Biology, Anatomy, and ACT preparation. I have reliable transportation and a very flexible schedule...

Metro State University - BS, Human Nutrition and Dietetics

Joshua ...ranging from high school geometry to quantum mechanics, including test preparation. I am most comfortable with tutoring physics and mathematics at all levels, computer programming at the intermediate university level, and chemistry at the introductory university level. I also think standardized tests are...well...kind of fun! Mathematical thinking can be challenging, but is ultimately very rewarding....

California Institute of Technology - Bachelors, Physics

University of Colorado Boulder - PhD, Physics

Kristen ...2015. As a college student, I worked as a math tutor for three years, specializing in pre-calculus, calclulus I and calculus II. While I have tutored in various math subjects, I love tutoring for ACT or SAT preparation and pre-calculus. These subjects are critical for general mathematics knowledge and provide the framework for future mathematical...

Gustavus Adolphus College - BA, Mathematics Honors

Sandy ...grades in Massachusetts and in Arizona for a total of 36 years. I tutored students after teaching in public school daily throughout my career. I have also substitute taught for four years in grades K-8. My main focus in tutoring has been in preparation for the AIMS test, which has a focus on Math and...

Boston University - BS, Elementary Education

Patrick ...as a working adult. I have a varied background, which includes a career as an attorney and a judge, teaching from middle school to the college level and teaching/living in China for three years. I have the ability to work with individuals from all walks of life and help them achieve academic success.... The curriculum must be taught in a way that presents real-world connections for the students, while taking into consideration their individual needs. It must be interesting, challenging, and understandable, so that the students have the opportunity to take responsibility for their own learning and so that they can achieve academic and professional success.

University of Kansas - Bachelors, Speech - Radio, Televison & Film

University of Kansas - PhD, Law

Josie ...it explains how the world works! You want to know how fast a car was going when it drifted around that corner or understand why there is absolutely no sound in space? I’d love to explain it to you. Everyone learns in different ways. For some it’s auditory, some it’s visual, and for most it’s...

Eastern Washington University - BAE, Physics Education