Award-Winning Math Tutors in Garland, TX
Michael "I am a current student working towards a Bachelors of Science in both Computer Science and Statistics at UTD. Since graduating from high school in 2010, I have been working as a tutor for the Plano Independent School District. I received extensive training in tutoring both ACT and SAT test strategies..."
Jordan "...This May I will be graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mathematics with a minor in Economics. I have a real passion for mentoring others, and find it to be very fulfilling. Along with math, I also love sports..."
Univeristy of Texas Dallas - BS, Mathematics
George "I worked as a computer programmer for 10 years before turning to math tutoring. I love teaching math and computer science to all ages. I see patience and creativity as being the highest attributes of my teaching style.."
Laurel "...Since 2012, I have been tutoring students in Garland ISD from seventh graders to seniors in the AVID program, where we use the Socratic Method to tutor. I normally tutor math and science subjects but my favorite subject to tutor is geometry. To me, geometry is exciting and so much fun which I hope to transfer that same excitement to my all students about math..."
Megan "When it comes to tutoring, my philosophy is that learning should be fun, or at least as painless as possible. My background primarily involves helping liberal arts students experience math and science in a way that makes sense to them. In high school, I struggled with math and science classes and believed that I would never be good at them..."
Jonathan "... I plan to start teaching in the fall. I have a rich background in a rigorous liberal arts education that would enable me to tutor in a diverse range of subjects, as well as guide students to think more critically, read more closely, and write more crisply and powerfully. My legal education and experience have further enhanced these skills..."
La Cresha "...While in Spain, I traveled to several provinces and acquired new and exciting knowledge of the country as well as its history. In addition, I began to teach Spanish I-IV at the undergraduate level as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, as well as have taught Spanish as an Adjunct Instructor for two other colleges. My responsibilities as a GTA was to tutor and teach students who struggled with the language and concepts..."
The University of Texas at Arlington - HONORS B.A., CRCJ/SPANISH
The University of Texas at Arlington - M.A., MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Tricia "...However, my true passions have always been doing Mathematics and working with children. I went back to school to become a teacher, and it was the best decision I've ever made. This is my eleventh year of teaching, and I can't imagine doing anything else..."
Elizabeth "One of my most exciting teaching adventures was teaching conversational English in Japan. It was an amazing experience! I have been a Texas certified teacher for 11 years. I have taught mostly special education, but I have taught high school English, and I am currently teaching art at the middle school level..."
Joseph "I am a graduate of The University of Texas at Dallas (whoosh) and most recently, Louisiana State University (geaux tigers). At UTD, I received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a focus on geriatric disorders and my Bachelor of Science in Speech Pathology with a focus on feeding and swallowing disorders. At LSU, I received my Master of Arts in Communication Disorders with a concentration and thesis on feeding and swallowing disorders within the pediatric population, in particular premature babies..."
The University of Texas at Dallas - BS and BA, Speech Pathology and Psychology
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - MA, Communication Disorders