# Award-Winning Algebra Tutors in Dallas, TX

Rephael ...that Math can be difficult for many, but I try to make it enjoyable. In my experience as a tutor I have found that the most rewarding aspect is seeing students succeed. When a struggling student completely understands the subject they were having trouble with it is very rewarding to see them excel. I believe in starting with the basics and adding material to the sections that are most familiar to the student. When I...

University of Texas Arlington - Bachelor of Science, Economics

Michael ...worked with a variety of other age ranges. I am able to tutor for the following subjects: Mathematics (Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus), Science (Chemistry and Physics), and U.S. History, though I am not limited to those necessarily. My favorite subject to tutor is Mathematics because I feel like that is what I am the strongest at and I enjoy it. Outside of my current studies, I enjoy playing and watching sports of...

The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor in Business Administration, Finance

Beverly ...homework and with understanding the material they were learning in school. I worked successfully with both kinds of students. My approach to tutoring is definitely gentle, but also firm in terms of expecting my students to work hard during the tutoring sessions and to work diligently on any homework I might assign. I am sensitive to the learning styles of my students and do everything I can to communicate in a way that makes sense...

Wesleyan University - Bachelors, Mathematics

The University of Texas at Arlington - Masters, Linguistics

Alicia ...In the spring of 2015, I will teach an undergraduate course in developmental psychology at Texas Woman's University. I have also previously tutored with several different organizations and have worked with students with learning differences: The Shelton School (lower elementary students reading and writing tutoring) and the UT Learning Center (as a peer educator for college students needing test prep and study strategies). Outside of teaching and tutoring, I spend a great deal of my...

University of Texas Austin - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology

State Certified Teacher

Rohini ...to promote the success of fellow peers. Because I grew up with a brother who has a significant learning disability, teaching is something that I've come to value on a personal level. Throughout my brother's school years, I assisted him with assignments as well as extra-curricular activities so that he could gain enrichment to the best of his ability. Therefore, I've developed patience and an understanding of the uniqueness of various learning styles. I've had...

The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General

Sara ...focused on community health and had the opportunity to work with people from all backgrounds and of all ages. I truly enjoy helping others and watching them succeed in whatever area of life they want; that is why I like being a tutor. Previously, I tutored algebra in high school and went on to tutor all levels of math in college with a focus on Calculus and the core skills needed to succeed in that...

Union College - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

University of Pittsburgh - Master in Public Health, Behavioral and community health sciences

Ahmad ...from algebra all the way to AB Calculus. My most rewarding experience is to see a struggling person succeed. Currently, with Varsity Tutors, I am teaching 9th grade math to Calculus 1. In the sciences, I am helping students in chemistry, honors chemistry, general chemistry, physical sciences, physics, and AP Physics 2: Mechanics. I like to tutor calculus the most because I find it interesting that we work with variables that are changing. With hard...

The University of Texas at Dallas - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General

Laurel ...tutoring students in Garland ISD from seventh graders to seniors in the AVID program, where we use the Socratic Method to tutor. I normally tutor math and science subjects but my favorite subject to tutor is geometry. To me, geometry is exciting and so much fun which I hope to transfer that same excitement to my all students about math. Outside of tutoring students, I am always on the volleyball court. Whether I am coaching...

Dallas Baptist universtiy - Bachelor of Science, Sports Management

Dallas Baptist University - Master of Arts, Sports Management

Shane ...lived, studied, and worked in Germany during my time as an undergraduate. I studied abroad in northern Germany for a semester and participated in an internship with BMW in southern Germany, where I had an opportunity to combine my passion for German and engineering. I have gained an exceptional understanding of mathematical concepts during my time as an engineering undergraduate. I enjoy tutoring math because I can show students how seemingly abstract concepts are used...

The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelor in Arts, German

Mohamed ...After completing my MS Degree in math at a university in France, I worked as an assistant professor at the Senegalese state university for nine years, during which I enjoyed solving math problems with students in calculus, algebra and trigonometry. Since 2009 I have been helping students as a substitute teacher in AISD and then FWISD. I am currently teach as adjunct faculty at TCC where college algebra became my favor subject. I also enjoy...

Univerte de Tunis-Tunisia - Bachelors, Math

Universite Paris VII-France - Masters, Math