### Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Calumet City, IL

Ari ...their English conversational skills, but I also ended up helping quite a few of them with math, in another language! It was by far the most enjoyable year of my life. The sense of satisfaction and fulfillment resulting from positively affecting the educational experiences of my students was truly remarkable and unforgettable. I firmly believe...

Boston University - BA, Economics

Andrew ...tutoring, I will start by showing students good examples and all the steps, but by the end of the session, the student is showing me all the steps without any assistance. We both need to be confident that the student can talk through the problem and solve it with no notes and without prompting.

University of Notre Dame - BS, Math

Northwestern University - MSED, Math Education

Levente ...where I organized and led study sessions, graded assignments, etc. At different points in my college career, I also worked as a mentor for Calculus 1-3 and a project manager for a higher level engineering course. Currently, I work as a derivatives trader in Chicago, so I'm constantly using and refining my knowledge of statistics,...

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - BS, Industrial Engineering

Eric ...teacher for the past three years. I have tutored levels of math as low as elementary school mathematics and as high as Multivariable Calculus and Abstract Algebra. Personally, I prefer to tutor Calculus I. It is one of the most applicable mathematics courses and forces the student to put together all prior math knowledge. My...

Northern Illinois University - BS, Mathematics

Northern Illinois University - MS, Mathematics

Jourdan ...solve problems on their own. There are many different ways to approach math problems, so there is usually a way that fits the student the best. This reflects my tutoring style, because I like to see where a student has problems understanding, and complete the problem in a way that they can connect with. It...

Johns Hopkins University - BS, Biomedical Engineering

Nicolette ...anyone. I have been tutoring for about 10 years. I enjoy tutoring because it allows me to get to know many different students from many different walks of life. I feel that tutoring has helped me to grow as a teacher. I get to see what is going on in the classroom from a different...

Chicago State University - Bachelors, Mathematics: Secondary Teaching Option

Illinois Institute of Technology - Masters, Mathematics Teaching

Alex ...to tutor students of all ages and in a variety of subjects. I received a BA in International Relations and Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and more recently completed my MBA program at the University of Southern California. My business school classmates and I took pride in offering group tutoring in subjects such as...

University of Wisconsin - Madison - BA, Economics & International Relations

University of Southern California - BA, MBA Finance & Real Estate

Adrianne ...and test preparation for GRE, ACT, SAT as well as state-mandated tests in Illinois and Michigan. Finally, I majored in and am pursuing a Master's Degree in the field of social science. The Master's in Education program at Depaul is preparing me to teach students from a variety of cultural and linguistic backgrounds at the...

University of Michigan - BA with Highest Honors, Social Science, Latin American Studies

DePaul University - M.Ed., Bilingual Education/Secondary Education

Heather ...because I like personalizing my lesson plans around each student's learning style. I feel that catering to a student's strengths makes sessions more fun and the work more comprehensible. I am also a strong believer in connecting with students outside of the teaching sphere and in creating personal friendships. From my experience, having a positive...

University of Chicago - BA, Psychology and VIsual Art

Carolyn ...Science. I have an informal, friendly teaching style. I like to show students that they CAN do physics and math, even if they have a mental block that says they're "bad at it" or "just can't do it." I try to show that the subjects fun and relatable, explaining why students would want to know...

University of Chicago - BA, Physics

Northwestern University - MA, Learning Sciences