# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Atlantic Beach, 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 - BA, Statistics

University of North Florida - MS, Mathematical Sciences: Statistics

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

Tianna ...in Biochemistry from Stony Brook University. I 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...

Stony Brook University - Bachelors, Biochemistry

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

Nicholas ...topics. At which point I began tutoring on a volunteer basis which later developed into a private tutoring business. I normally teach college courses as a Teaching Assistant at the University of South Florida Tampa campus for two years now, while I further my work on my dissertation (centered on genetics). I am comfortable with teaching mathematics through Calculus I (or whatever the equivalent.) I am extremely competent with statistics, as it comprises an integral...

University of Florida - Bachelors, Biology

University of South Florida-Main Campus - PhD, Genetics and Ecology (focus on genetics)

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

Emily ...experienced with chemistry. I also have experience with all levels of math up to Algebra. I hope to add more subjects to my credentials as I further my own education, including Biology and Calculus. I myself love to learn, and nothing is more exciting than understanding a concept that you were previously struggling with. Education is not only the key to success, it can be a fun and confidence boosting experience. I hope to help...

University of North Florida - Current Undergrad, Coastal Biology

Christopher I have been taking upper-level math and science classes at the University of North Florida for some time. I have about 33 credits remaining for a bachelor's degree with a concentration in general physics and a minor in mathematics. I hope to simplify matters that might seem complicated. Many times complex concepts are best mastered in a step-by-step fashion. This approach demands patience, however, it usually ends in a cumulative understanding of these principal concepts.

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Physics

University of North Florida - Current Grad Student, Physics

Michael ...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 learning mechanisms, I examine comparable systems. In addition, I am a rather visual learner, and favor illustrations such as graphs,...

UT Austin - BS, Mathematics

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

Felicia ...them to the right answer. I also like to use this method called Socratic thinking to allow the student to tell or show me how they got the answer for the problem. If the student does not do or even try the problem, then I cannot help or guide the student to what they need to do to solve the problem. It is better for the student to try and fail at solving the problem...

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Mathematics