### Award-Winning ASPIRE Tutors in Castle Rock, CO

Danielle ...learning. Currently I am finishing my Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering at Penn State. Once I have completed that, I plan to attend graduate school to continue my education -- I wish I could stay in school forever and learn about everything! Throughout my college career, and even in high school, I have dedicated most of my free time to mentoring and tutoring children and teenagers in math and science. I have a very easy...

Penn State University - BS, Civil Engineering

Erin ...personal growth. My experience has ranged from spelling and mechanics with elementary and middle schoolers, to college essay organization, and test preparation with high schoolers. I spent time in college helping friends and classmates fine-tune extensive thesis papers, edit personal statements for graduate-level programs, and yes, even spelling and mechanics! As I am sure you have noticed, my passion and experience rests in tutoring reading and writing. I love writing, and I truly believe that...

CU-Boulder - BA, English Literature

Adi ...college where I tutored students in algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. In college, I continued to tutor students in these subjects. In graduate school, I served as a lab TA in which I taught students about electrical engineering and helped the students with their homework, labs, and projects. Currently, I am an electrical engineer designing the next generation of power management integrated circuits. I chose the field of analog IC design due to the confluence of...

Georgia Institiue of Technology - BS, Electrical Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - MS, Electrical Engineering

Scott ...don’t “hate” math; they hate not being able to DO math. Understanding math requires foundational skills, and if that is established, anyone can learn to understand algebra and beyond. The key to understanding math is to build on this foundation by connecting to previous knowledge, and knowing where new knowledge will lead you. The key to using math beyond the classroom is to learn to properly communicate their understanding of math concepts (a.k.a. showing work)....

University of Colorado-Colorado Springs - Bachelors, Mathematics

Jim ...Leaven it all with some fun. Throughout my career, I have had the benefit of great mentor/tutors and have always tried to do the same for others. Formally, I have taught students at the high school and college level in math and history (Rutgers University - PhD, 1988) and advised many others informally as a banking and investment professional (Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), since 1994). Recently, I have become a math tutor, mentor and substitute...

Princeton/Empire State College - BA, History & Social Theory

Rutgers University - PhD, American History

Kayla ...have worked with junior high and high school students from a variety of English language backgrounds which drove me to pursue a TEFL Certificate and gain skills in improving content literacy. I very much enjoy bringing together literacy skills and data analysis practice to assist students in successfully approaching Standardized Test questions and expanding their critical thinking skills. I firmly believe that all students are capable and deserving of experiencing growth in their desired subject...

Creighton University - BS, Biology

University of Notre Dame - M.Ed, Secondary Education

Laurie ...Theology from Princeton Seminary and a Bachelors in English Literature from the University of Illinois. I have a profound love of language, and am fascinated by the way we share our stories. I'm delighted to help with everything from test prep to writing skills and reading comprehension. When I'm not reading everything I can get my hands on, I like to go on adventures in Colorado and around the world. I've lived on four continents...

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, English Literature

Colorado State University-Fort Collins - PhD, Education

Danielle I have been a high school math teacher for the past 6 years, while tutoring on and off since 2006. During this time, I have taught Algebra 1 to Statistics to pre-calculus/trigonometry, including ACT math prep. I have had great success with all of my students including students with learning disabilities.... My philosophy is to really get to understand how a student's brain processes information, and then find ways to break down math content into smaller parts to make it more accessible for everyone.

Univeristy of Colorado at Boulder - BA, Mathematics

University of Colorado at Boulder - MA, Curriculum and instruction in mathematics

Dale ...to approach every student as a person having a unique skill set and having different needs. Personally I believe it is important to build on strengths to overpower weaknesses, this also helps weaknesses or struggles be addressed even easier. I have a lot of experience tutoring informally for the fun of it to classmates, students that were underclassmen, and even family friends and relatives. When I am not learning more about math and science, I...

University of Wyoming - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering

Christian ...finding more individualized lessons. When I think about teaching, I try to focus educating the whole student, not just improving their abilities in mathematics, but rather what is going to make them a well-rounded adult, that has the mental fortitude to work through difficult challenges. Many of my students leave my class with a strong understanding of mathematics, as well as a great depth of wisdom about the world around them. Having worked at the...

Canisius College - Bachelors, Adolescent Education- Math Concentration

Canisius College - Masters, Differentiated Instruction