Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Kansas City, MO
Erin ...Learning is so much more fun if it is relevant to things we already love. I also try to create hands-on experiences that we can hold, move, and arrange as we talk about math: we have to get up off the worksheet. Making Kool-aid is a much more understandable (and delicious) way to learn about ratios than just doing practice problems out of a book. If I am relating math to my own interests, I...
Haley ...college that I realized this passion and strength were driving me towards education. Since then, I've enjoyed working with students of all ages and abilities to further their math skills. I believe that everyone has mathematical abilities and I enjoying working and watching these abilities grow and improve in students. In my free time, I enjoy running with my Border Collie/Lab mix, Sadya, and swimming laps. I tend to spend my evenings knitting or reading.
Nicolas I hope to be able to use my academic and past tutoring experience to help students improve their performance. I believe in focusing on the process for the work instead of the specific answers to problems.
Stanford University - Bachelors, International Relations
Kyle ...at Kansas University Medical Center. I am ready to tutor a number of subjects, but I would like to help students with MCAT or GRE test preparation. I favor the Sciences but I would be happy to tutor in any subject. I was a TA in college and taught other learners in medical school and residency. In my free time I like to ride, exercise, play with my dogs and explore Kansas City.
Lindsay ...a full time student at the University of Missouri Kansas City. I am pursuing a degree in middle school education with an emphasis in mathematics. Though I find all aspects of education important, I have a passion for mathematics. I want to share my love with mathematics with others. While tutoring or educating, I strive to make learning fun and interesting for all my students. In my free time I enjoy traveling, cheerleading, and reading.
UMKC - BA, Middle School Education
Tony Make every effort to make yourself improved, a student need not be ashamed!... Keep it simple student!... I will do an interview. I will attempt to understand how the student is thinking -- in detail or short and sweet!... Don't be lazy! A student is one who studies. If you can eat, drink, and breath daily, then why can't you study daily. Apply yourself.... Take a break from studying. Sunday through Thursday study, and Friday and Saturday take a break! Make studying a challenge -- and accept the challenge.
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management-Arizona - Bachelors, Electronics Engineering
Heart of America Christian College - Masters, Theology
Ashley ...Healthcare Administration. Although my degrees are both in business, my educational background is broad spanning from biology to corporate communication to business. My passion is in healthcare, so I am interested in all subjects affecting healthcare in general. My experience with tutoring started in high school working with fellow classmates and most recently has been with student athletes at Baylor University. I love working with all levels of students and feel I connect well and...
Chad ...online tutoring in high school calculus and physics. I've had great success on the SAT and ACT as well as my AP tests in high school, and I hope to help others succeed as well. My favorite subject to tutor is physics because I feel like learning to apply a few fundamental principles to different real world situations is extremely useful in any discipline. While tutoring I try to help students master the fundamentals so...
Heidi An energetic, ambitious, responsible and intelligent individual who has developed a mature and responsible approach to any tasks undertaken. Experienced, creative, adaptable and bright individual with an excellent motivation towards learning and helping others. ... I have two teaching philosophies as a tutor: to get students to think about science (and other classes) as a process, and to individualize their learning experiences.... In a typical first session with a student I will introduce myself and then ask them questions about themselves, such as "What is your favorite color?" or " What is your favorite hobby?" as an ice breaker and then follow up by telling them something about me.
Sarah ...consider it to be one of my hobbies, as I have gained so much from the education I was fortunate enough to have received and believe that I have gained the technical competencies and communication skills that allow me to help students by removing obstacles in their course of learning. I have a strong background in Math and Science and involvement in many campus and community organizations that honed my interpersonal skills. I studied abroad...