### Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Jacksonville, FL

Luchette ...minor in Psychology. Upon graduation, I taught 8th grade science for four years. As a teacher, I had the opportunity to interact with great students and see the progress that they made through out the school year. The most memorable moment as a teacher, was everyday. Everyday during my teaching career was fun and exciting and educational all at the same time. One of my favorite things about teaching is the hidden fun. There are...

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Biology

Michael ...having been an older sibling for most of my life. From personal experience from the point of view of both a teacher and a student, learning is not always a straightforward process. Teaching plans should be compatible with individual students, taking into account their goals, needs, and learning styles. For example, I personally like to incorporate secondary lines of reasoning. When learning words, I look at roots, when learning theorems, I study proofs, and when...

UT Austin - BS, Mathematics

Tianna ...am an aspiring physician who recently took the MCAT. I have been a tutor for six years. I have tutored high school and college students in subjects including chemistry, physics, biology, and mathematics (from pre algebra to differential equations). I have also worked at Stony Brook University as a college biology lecturer. I like to use a hands on approach to tutoring rather than just lecturing, although I find it best to adapt my methods...

Stony Brook University - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Brookelynn ...clinical experience prior to studying medicine, little did I know that the I would gain so much more than just textbook knowledge. One of the most fundamental parts of this trip for me as a future PA was learning how to make a differential diagnosis without lab work or radiology. After working countless hours as a scribe in the emergency department, I am able to again understand the clinical indications for particular testing, and then...

Florida State University - BS, Biology and Psychology

Amy ...From my experience with driven students in both of these settings, I can tell you that being invested in your education is highly related to your success. I believe that students who are truly willing to learn can excel in any subject when given individual time and attention. I believe that YOU can do it, too, if you truly WANT it and truly TRY. I look forward to meeting you and helping you reach success!

University of Maine at Orono - Bachelors, Secondary Education

Bridgewater College - Masters, Instructional Technology

Michael ...who can help students learn their material by providing a relaxed, stress free environment. My goal is to help students learn in the way they find most effective. If one way of explaining a topic does not work, I will try explaining it in another, more fitting, way. My hope is that through asking students questions about their work, they can better understand what is in front of them. I want to be a part...

Fordham Univeristy - Current Undergrad, Economics

Aaron ...a Lieutenant and eventually left 10 years later. I returned to Ohio, and was blessed to become a long-term math substitute which led to my full-time hire in 1993. I retired at the end of the 2015 school year. I taught a plethora of high school subjects, including Algebra (I, II, III, and IV), Geometry, Pre-Calculus, and a non-AP Calculus course. I miss being around students and hope this is one way that I can...

Miami University-Oxford - Bachelors, Mathematics Education

Frederick Hello! My name is Frederick, I'm an engineering student at UNF. I'm a math and science tutor and would love to help a student who is ready to learn.

University of North Florida - Current Undergrad, Mechanical Engineering

Catherine I currently teach Algebra and Geometry at a private high school for students with learning differences in Jacksonville, FL. I enjoy their light bulb moments and seeing them succeed where the had not before. I look forward to meeting more students and bringing them to their light bulb moments.

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Electrical engineering

University of North Florida - Masters, Mathematical Sciences

Ginger ...15 years with students in small groups and individually. My primary subject of tutoring is in math, which I love. To me, there is no better feeling than seeing the light come on when a concept that was "too hard" becomes understandable to a student. I also love that students from past years will approach me in public and share their successes and thank me for the help I was able to give them.... I believe that everyone can have a deeper understanding of mathematical principles. I also believe that there is more than one way to solve any given problem. I do not believe that rote memorization of facts or processes is true learning. To that end, I talk with each student and ask questions to find out how each person thinks and how they best learn. I am then able to show them different techniques using their strengths to guide the lesson. I continue to check for understanding throughout the lesson to ensure that the process is working, and if not, I change direction. In this way, my instruction is personalized for each student.

Belhaven University - BS, Mathematics