### Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Sealy, TX

Shannon ...one student may not work well for another. Tutoring is all about coming up with different ways for my students to understand the material. If my student is not interested in the subject we are learning, I will try to find a way to tie in their interests and passions into the subject to better...

Rice University - BS, Bioengineering

Erin ...to them to be a difficult subject. I enjoy working with students of all ages, including adults that have returned to college. I am still getting to know Houston. I'm a busy mommy and my most important trip of the day is to go to the park with my little girls. When I do have...

Brigham Young University - BS, Chemisty

State Certified Teacher

Nicolas ...most of the elements on the periodic table look like, and I genuinely like explaining things ––and if my students don't understand it one way, I am happy to explain it another way. If you are having trouble with math, physics, or chemistry, I would love to help you. Please don't hesitate to contact me...

Stanford University - Bachelors, Physics

Elisa ...and I'm headed back to Rice University this fall. I graduated from Rice in 2007 and I'll be earning a master's degree in teaching. I love math, but physics and government/history are interesting too! I love teaching in a way that's fun as well as effective - that's the great thing about tutoring; it's as...

Rice University - BA, Political Science

Rice University - MAT, Teaching

Kimika ...to explain the problem and have the student teach it to me to make sure everything is understood. I also love giving helpful hints and shortcuts on solving certain equations. I think that I am a very flexible person when it comes to my tutoring style. I know that everyone learns differently and it is...

Amherst College - BA, Biology

Mark ...economics. I am a graduate of a top university with a degree in economics and an additional degree in Geology. I have worked in the energy industry as a geoscientist and chemist as I have a strong math and science background. I believe in incorporating real world examples to help students understand the application of...

Johns Hopkins University - Bachelors, Economics

University of Houston - Current Grad Student, Geology

Jennifer ...students with a variety of math classes; everything from Pre-algebra to Differential Equations. Over the last two years, I taught math at both the high school (Geometry) and collegiate (Pre-Algebra) levels. I enjoy helping students who are struggling with the subject and to watch them gain confidence in themselves and their math skills.

Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, Applied Math

Michael ...change significantly from failing to an A. The secret is that one can never succeed in math without practice. Badminton and Piano are two of my best friends. I learned piano from the age of 3 and I can play by ear now. I was also professionally trained badminton during my high school and achieved...

University of California-San Diego - BS, Mathematics & Economics

Dan ...the student improve in the methodologies to finding solutions. I constantly reinforce prior material as prior material is often used as building blocks for higher maths and sciences. I tutored at the math and physics tutoring center at SHSU, where I assisted in instructing students in introductory physics and calculus/trigonometry/algebra. In terms of Physics: I've...

Sam Houston State University - Bachelors, Physics

Doug ...about my students I try to adapt my teaching style to fit their learning style, auditory/visual/etc. I strive to generate those 'lightbulb' moments, when suddenly it all clicks "everything seems so simple now!" Hopefully in the shortest amount of time possible! In my free time I enjoy playing Ultimate Frisbee with the Houston club team,...

University of Arizona - BS, Engineering Management