### Award-Winning Statistics Tutors in Prairie Village, KS

Kaitlyn ...understand. I want my students to succeed in their math courses, and if I need to find new methods of teaching to make this happen, I will. I am committed to helping students gain a firm understanding of the material they need to know. In my free time, I really enjoy baking and music. I play the trombone and piano, and I was in the marching band in high school as well as college. My...

University of Central Missouri - BS, Mathematics and Spanish

University of Central Missouri - MS, Applied Mathematics

Bryan ...share this with my students and give them that "ah ha! that's what a derivative does!" moment. My preferred style of teaching/tutoring is a 'resource-orientated' approach. Very often you will have tutors simply there to answer the students' questions "how do I solve for x?" and the like, with a response of "first you add 5 to both sides, then divide both sides by q". That's already excellent. I prefer to take it one step...

University of Kansas - BS, Mathematics

University of Kansas - MA, Mathematics

Abby ...students, I adapt my teaching style to each student's goals and preferences. For coursework, I provide students with many different ways to consider key concepts and allow them to work sample problems to help them master their class. For test prep, I teach strategies to complete questions efficiently and to handle test anxiety. If this sounds like a good match for your child, please reach out to me and I would be very happy to...

University of Kansas - Bachelors, Mathematics, International Studies

Zachary ...began taking clients both privately and through agencies like Varsity Tutors, and have been teaching medium to large-sized reading speed classes as well as small group and one-on-one tutoring in just about any subject you can think of! My tutoring style is very hands-on, with frequent quizzes and tests to ensure that the lessons on the whiteboard are translating to results when the pressure is on. I find that students and parents alike appreciate the...

Baker University - BS, Psychology

Emporia State University - MS, Experimental Psychology

Sarah ...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 in the Czech Republic during my time...

Kansas State University - BS, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Adam ...serving for 5 years as an officer in the Army, I went back to graduate school, where am currently in my final semester of the University of Missouri's JD/MBA program. While in graduate school, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for an undergraduate business law class. This experience helped me better understand just how unique every student's learning process is. As a tutor, my goal is to help students by making their academic struggles more...

United States Military Academy - Bachelors, Law & Legal Studies

University of Missouri-Columbia - Current Grad Student, JD/MBA Dual Degree Program

Art ...including Genetics, Physics, and Molecular Cell Biology. I tutor a wide range of math and science classes, but my favorites are Algebra, Genetics, and Physics. When working with a student, I have found that showing the student that you are excited and interested in the subject, as well as connecting it to a "real world" situation or profession makes the atmosphere fun and relaxed. Under those circumstances, learning is easier and the knowledge is more...

John ...and during my second semester I taught a section of College Algebra. I am able to tutor many different areas of math, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. Of these, my favorite is definitely Calculus, because I think that there are many people with misconceptions about the subject, and I enjoy showing people that there is nothing to afraid of, and that it can actually be fun! Outside of math, my hobbies include video games...

Rockhurst University - BS, Mathematics

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.

University of North Carolina at Pembroke - Bachelors, Chemistry, Biology

Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences - Masters, Biosciences

Christopher ...different perspectives, and when you are teaching you have to be able to both provide a new perspective and to understand (so as to enlarge) someone else's perspective. In my non-teaching time, I am interested in Physics and Mathematics and working out practical problems from plumbing to electronics. I will someday go back for my Ph.D. in Physics but until then I am looking to grow as an engineer or computer programmer.

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics