### Award-Winning Math Tutors for Littleton, CO

Matt ...academic and government research. That means I know calculus inside and out, and I especially what it means in real world terms. Additionally, I've worked with students from high school through college on calculus, physics, and introductory economics, and have developed an appreciation for different styles of learning. Math is the language the universe speaks, and I'm very excited to learn about that as a physicist. As a tutor, I hope I can share some...

Colgate University - BA, Physics

Bryan ...and Economics from The University of Michigan. Since graduating, I have been working as a trader for a top-tier firm in Manhattan. While working towards my degree, I have tutored and graded several higher-level math courses, while also helping middle and high school students with homework. I believe not only in teaching, but guiding students to discovering solutions to problems on their own. Firsthand experience is the best way to excel in mathematics, and by...

University of Michigan - BSc, Mathematics, Economics

Marta ...I am always trying to at least look over some notes and figure things out on my own to help out as much as I can. My main goal for tutoring, is to provide people with more than one way of explaining a single problem. I want to make sure that I am able to make sense with my words and make it easier for the person I'm talking to to understand the concept of...

Umass Amherst - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

Angie ...with the support of Teach For American. I taught high school math for 6 years and 1 year of high school (but at college level) physics. I just moved to the Denver area to be with my family and love it already. There is so much to do here! I enjoy biking, hiking, tennis, most things outdoors, movies, and reading. Favorite books include Harry Potter to Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, to Hunger Games. I...

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo - bs, Physics

Ari ...was primarily to work with students on improving their English conversational skills, but I also ended up helping quite a few of them with math, in another language! It was by far the most enjoyable year of my life. The sense of satisfaction and fulfillment resulting from positively affecting the educational experiences of my students was truly remarkable and unforgettable. I firmly believe that learning should be enjoyable and fun. And it definitely can be!...

Boston University - BA, Economics

James I am a medical student who sees the world from the perspective of a teacher. I am not satisfied with my understanding of a topic until I feel confident that I can explain the material to another person. I am excited about the opportunities to continue my education so that I can spread my knowledge to the community.

University of California-Santa Barbara - BA, Physics

Cooper Medical School at Rowan University - MD, Medicine

Leif ...years as a TA which is far more time than most grad students spend teaching. During that time, I really started to enjoy teaching especially one-on-one and in small groups. I like to focus not just on what the answer to a question is, but rather on the process that leads to that answer. I feel that a tutor should play a role similar to a coach or weightlifting spotter; I am not there to...

Whitman College - BA, Physics

Colorado State University - M.S. and PhD, Theoretical Physics

Joe ...teacher in both elementary and special education. I work with many students who are struggling with reading and math. Tutoring should be a fun experience in which the student feels comfortable in the learning process. Tailoring to each child’s needs is important because each one of them has a unique style of learning. I have tutored many students with positive results. I am also familiar with test prep strategies for NYS exams.... Each child is unique and requires different learning strategies. My goal is to encourage thinking rationally, so that students can apply this in familiar or unfamiliar situations.

Connor ...Mathematics and Secondary Education. My education minor involved 2 semesters of extensive practicum and volunteer work with students of all ages. I have been working with private clients and students enrolled at a math learning center for the past 6 months. I have been commended by both my colleagues and my students for my calm, relaxed, and often humorous approach to a math-learning environment. Math is the foundation on which most of the world runs,...

Sunny ...System. I have years of experience teaching students of levels Pre-K through 11th grade as well as tutoring people of all other ages. Being a special educator definitely has helped me become more tuned to each person's particular needs, aware of everyone's unique learning styles, and effective at simplifying difficult concepts to step-by-step instructions. During college I also worked as a study consultant helping students develop study plans, schedules, and strategies to become better learners...

Johns Hopkins University - BA, Behavioral Biology

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