# Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in Bellair-Meadowbrook Terrace, FL

Jacy While studying for my masters degree in mathematical sciences, I taught my own elementary statistics course. I was also an assistant teacher for calculus, college algebra, and various other college-level math courses. I love math, but I also realize that not every student feels the same way I do. My goal as a teacher is to make learning math and statistics as painless as possible!

University of North Florida - Bachelor in Arts, Statistics

University of North Florida - Master of Science, Mathematical Sciences: Statistics

University of Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center - PHD, Biostatistics

Leanne ...math & science, and all subjects in 5th grade. I graduated with a B.S. in Elementary Education from The Florida State University in 2009. In addition to my role as a classroom teacher, I have worked as an online and after-school tutor. Everyone talks about the "new math" that is being taught in the classrooms today, but I don't look at it as new math. Instead, I see it as the same math, just in...

Florida State University - Bachelors, Elementary Education

Jeff ...am comfortable with the interface and expectations. Previously, I worked as a tutor in a tutoring lab, where I would tutor in an open lab hour-for-hour up to the number of credits we were teaching each term--in my case, eight hours. I've taught both high school and college students, and also tutored for a commercial tutoring company in the 90s. Old-school. When I'm not teaching or tutoring, I practice yoga; it doesn't feel right not...

Carson-Newman College - Bachelors, Mathematics

The University of Mississippi - Masters, Mathematics

Tiffany ...favorite subject to tutor is math. Math can overwhelm students because many math problems can be solved in multiple ways. I would start by encouraging students to use their intuition to solve a problem, assisting them if needed. As they gain confidence, I would expose them to different and quicker methods for solving similar problems. After all, less time spent on homework equals more time for fun. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, photography,...

University of Florida - Bachelor in Arts, History

Alfred My goal is to offer solutions that meet your needs today and for the life of your learning career. I believe in building a personal relationship with you as my client, so I can better understand your learning goals and help you get there with confidence and peace of mind. ... The best way to learn is to fail. You don't know what you don't know. By allowing yourself to make mistakes, you open more opportunities to find solutions. Teaching is simply the art of providing solutions learned by making mistakes.

University of Florida - Bachelors, Business Administration and Management

James ...the topics students enjoy. I am able to empathize with those who struggle because I had to learn the hard way how to succeed in school. My struggles also allow me to show my students school success techniques that truly work without forcing you to spend every waking moment studying. I am available to tutor most sciences from Elementary to High school as well as most math classes. As resources allow I can even put...

University of Florida - Bachelors, Biology, General

Dylan ...100% focused and I will completely understand everything my teacher says", and leave thinking "What just happened?!?"... It's not uncommon. Often times you might just be one concept behind and are always trying to play mental catch-up during lecture. Or maybe you just learn better in terms of "apples" when your teacher only knows how to to teach in terms of "oranges". Let me help you get ahead of the game and compare apples to...

University of North Florida - Current Undergrad, Mechanical Engineering

Leo Nothing gives me greater satisfaction than seeing the look on a student's face when he/she has just grasped a difficult concept.... My teaching philosophy is difficult concepts are merely combinations of simple concepts. If you show a student that all the pieces are straightforward, they broaden their horizons and reach great heights.... In a first session with a new student, I would find out what interests them so I can draw analogies from that area. I would also assess what they know already on the topic we will be studying so I know more clearly what I should assist them with.

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelors, Jewish Studies

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.... My teaching philosophy is if you can raise a student’s confidence with a lesson, it’s more helpful than anything else is. I've struggled over the years with certain subjects and can completely understand what it’s like to be a frustrated student. I want to try and show students that they can do it, and with that confidence boost to go back at the lesson with a better attitude, thus a better gain of knowledge.

University of North Florida - Current Undergrad, Mechanical Engineering

Kristin ...school. In the last 10 years, I have taught English I/Honors, English II/Honors, Reading, AP Lang, AP Lit, ENC1101, and ENC1102. I enjoy tutoring because of the one-on-one, focused instruction. My main purpose is to prepare every student for college and that starts at the elementary level; all of my methods and learning strategies work together in order to ensure that every student does learn what he/she needs to know to enable success in elementary,...

Florida State University - Bachelors, English Literature/English Education

University of North Florida - Masters, English