### Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Southlake, TX

Ahmad ...most because I find it interesting that we work with variables that are changing. With hard work and dedication, I believe anyone can succeed. I generally use a step-by-step approach with students to simplify difficult concepts. From my experience, I find it easier to understand why we use certain formulas instead of memorizing them. In...

Jessica ...college I worked the Physics walk in table in the school library. I also have tutored one on one with students in 7th grade math through students in college level physics. I am currently working on finishing my teaching certification. I enjoy working through physics problems as well as math problems and hope I can...

Stephen F Austin State University - BS, Physics

Stephen F Austin State University - MS, Physics

Lois Agatha ...concepts I tutor as much as I can so it will be easier to understand. Whenever they come back to tell me that they passed their exams gave me a sense of fulfillment. In my free time, watch movies together my family. I also like to hang out and play board games with my friends.

The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelors, Mathematics

Michael ...as a tutor, I have found that "all work and no play" makes students tired and yields to difficulty with focus. I overcome this by rewarding positive progress with fun sessions, game days, trivia, or a reward to encourage determination and reinforce students' resolve. When I am not tutoring, I enjoy reading, playing paintball, and...

Collin County Community College District - AS, Computer Science and Statistics

University of Texas at Dallas - BS, Computer Science and Statistics

Anna ...involvement in marching band leadership (in both high school and college), I am very experienced and feel very comfortable interacting with older kids. While I tutor many different subjects, I feel most passionate about English, Writing, and Biology. These are the classes with which I was most involved with in school, and they are also...

The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor of Arts, English

Phillip ...father is from the U.S. and I am completely fluent in English, and don't worry I don't have an incomprehensible accent! I want to tutor because I enjoy math and languages. I believe everyone should be able to understand the subjects they are taking, and not only pass a class but also be able to...

University of North Texas - BS, Construction Engineering

Khurram ...of job experience. As a member of the National Honor Society, I tutored students in all high-school subjects my junior and senior year. I also tutored middle-school students in an after-school program during the spring semester of my first-year at SMU. I went on to informally teach and tutor underclassmen friends throughout my last two...

Southern Methodist University - BBA, BS, Finance, Mathematics

Hanan ...From my long experience I have dealt with at risk students and helped them enrich their knowledge about subject materials then reach their goals of success. In my perspective I think education is a very important stage in our lives, which will open lots of opportunities for us and our kids to leading us and...

Kharoum University - BS, Mathematics

Tennessee State University - MSc., Mathematics

Texas A&M - PhD, Education

Eric ...opportunities to teach lessons and tutor various students of all learning levels. I have been told I am a very patient, supportive, and engaging tutor. Choose me as your tutor if you are struggling with a couple of problems, having trouble understanding a concept, or simply need another person's perspective on any math topic.... In high school, I always had a higher interest in mathematics than any other subject. During my senior year of high school, I had taken the maximum amount of math classes available, so I decided to assist my math teachers during my free time. I helped students in all levels of high school math, especially TAKS material. The students I helped tutor seemed to learn the material slowly and were heavily dependent on calculators. In these classes, there were always too many students to effectively tutor each student one by one. Therefore, I decided to teach the material to a small group of students, so these students could then teach the material to their classmates as well. The principle of "the best way to learn is to teach" helped me explain the math content effectively. This experience as a math tutor helped me realize that I loved learning new content and being able to teach it to large groups of students. Entering college, I knew I wanted to become a high school mathematics teacher. I also understood that I still needed to learn how to become a successful teacher. This led me to the UTeach program at The University of Texas at Austin. During my time in the UTeach program, I learned that there are many great ways to teach and manage a class. I have been blessed with the opportunities to work and share ideas with several mentors, teachers, and colleagues. By listening to new ideas and witnessing my colleagues teach different types of lessons, I developed a list of characteristics that I believe great teachers must have. As a start, I plan to establish and practice effective classroom and time management strategies. Without effective classroom and time management strategies, the students could take advantage of teachers and eventually develop bad student habits for the rest of their academic careers. I hope to teach and train my students to become well-behaved and studious individuals. As a teacher, I want my students to look forward to coming to class every day. In order to accomplish this, I first need to develop a strong relationship with my students and their parents. I want my relationships with my students and their parents to be based primarily on trust and respect. Developing strong relationships with my students will help transition to a better learning environment in the classroom. I plan to incorporate inquiry-based, project-based, and student-active approaches in my lessons to help accommodate the different learning abilities of my students.

Saibu ...precision. I think it’s more important to lead students to the answer rather than simply delivering it. This instills the logic behind the answer and the process, and helps them think independently and analytically. Where appropriate, I employ the Suzuki method and have found that to be very effective. I mostly tutor math, reading, and...

CUNY City College - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering