### Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Louisville, CO

KiKi ...in Chemistry from McGIll University in Canada and recently began my Masters in Architecture at the University of Colorado Denver. I began tutoring math in high school to help other student athletes stay current with material. I then tutored math and science more formally, primarily at the High School and Collegiate level, for the past...

McGill university - BS, Chemistry

Andrew ...they deserve so that they may live up to their potential and pursue their dreams. As a graduate from the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in Chemical Engineering, I know how important it is to develop efficient and effective study methods. Through tutoring I hope to spread my love of Science and the...

Colorado School of Mines - BS, Chemical Engineering

Ryan ...am a knowledgeable and well trained math teacher who has 10 years of professional teaching experience. I hold a B.S. in Mathematics from Allegheny College and a M.A. in Education from Mansfield University. I am currently the math department chairman at Holy Family High School where I teach AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and...

Allegheny College - Bachelors, Mathematics

Mansfield University of Pennsylvania - Masters, Education

Janice ...on is another way I train my students to tackle difficult problems. Outside of academia, I enjoy doing yoga, running, reading inspirational books, going to the zoo, getting a good laugh with my friends, and going home to Hawaii for the holidays. Currently, I am working towards my PharmD at the University of Colorado.

University of Puget Sound - BS, Molecular and Cellular Biology

University of Colorado Boulder - PharmD, PharmD

State Certified Teacher

Emily ...to help students succeed. Education is not a one size fits all model, and as such I am committed to finding out what strategies work best for you. I received my B.S. in Biology, Ecology, and Evolutionary Studies from Regis University, and I am currently working towards a M.Ed in Science Curriculum and Instruction. In...

Regis University - BS, Biology

Concordia University-Ann Arbor - M.ed, Science Curriculum and Instruction

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

Benjamin ...School of Mines with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. I have past tutoring experience helping fellow peers understand, enjoy, and exceed expectations in classes through high school in college that they were struggling in. I also have experience coaching Telemark ski racing through high school, and coaching the collegiate alpine ski racing team at CSM....

Colorado School of Mines - BS, Mechanical Engineering

Bill ...math as well as doing math myself. I have taught and tutored math at all different levels and understand the roadblocks that students may encounter in learning most topics. I will always respect your goals and your efforts to achieve them. I will help you master specific skills and help you think mathematically so that...

New York University - BA, English

Ohio State University-Main Campus - MS, Mathematics

Seth ...the district's AVID program, which emphasizes small-group, Socratic-style, tutorial sessions to help its students develop necessary critical thinking skills in addition to simply understanding their homework. I have adopted much of this approach when working with students or even athletes. When I'm working with a student, my goal is to help them develop the thought...

Metropolitan State College of Denver - Current Undergrad, Mathematics - Secondary Education

Kari ...after spending several years in New York working in finance. Math and Spanish have always been two of my favorite subjects (and yes, math can be fun), and I am excited to get back to teaching in these areas. I think everyone has a unique learning style, so I like to get to know each...