# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Corinth, TX

Jessica ...tutored throughout my high school and college career. In college I worked the Physics walk in table in the school library. I also have tutored one on one with students in 7th grade math through students in college level physics. I am currently working on finishing my teaching certification. I enjoy working through physics problems...

Stephen F Austin State University - BS, Physics

Stephen F Austin State University - MS, Physics

Saibu ...pinpoint and help overcome the academic weaknesses with swift precision. I think it’s more important to lead students to the answer rather than simply delivering it. This instills the logic behind the answer and the process, and helps them think independently and analytically. Where appropriate, I employ the Suzuki method and have found that to...

CUNY City College - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering

Manoj ...discrete mathematics, probability and introductory statistics. Basically, I like to make the sense of mathematical concepts to the students and develop their critical thinking by the use of their experiences, ideas, interests and common attitudes. I strive to connect abstract and isolated concepts to real life applications. The ultimate goal of my teaching is to...

Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu Nepal - Bachelors, Mathematics

University of Toledo - PhD, Mathematics

Megan ...world around me and love getting to share the good news with others: people who prefer reading and making music and art can also do great in their other classes, especially when the math and science is presented the right way. In my free time I like to spin, knit, sew and translate Latin and...

Associates Complete - AS, Mathematics

The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Applied Mathematics, Biology

Lamar ...have experience working with students in math ranging from learning to count all the way to Calculus. I enjoy helping a student gain confidence and find concept easy after previously finding it difficult. In my tutoring style I incorporate a lot of examples to help correlate the math concepts to everyday life.... I like to make teaching fun, and I try to use examples based on interests. I enjoy when a student comes to me when they don't understand, and they leave confident.

Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University - BS, Industrial Engineering

American InterContinental University-Online - MBA, Business Administration

Omar ...Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. My experience comes from study groups at school, and having several students help each other on any area of any subject. Particularly, I've learned to pick up when someone actually knows the subject and when they don't as well. If there are any doubts/misconceptions on any area,...

The University of Texas at Arlington - Bachelors, Aerospace Engineering

Michael ...as a tutor, I have found that "all work and no play" makes students tired and yields to difficulty with focus. I overcome this by rewarding positive progress with fun sessions, game days, trivia, or a reward to encourage determination and reinforce students' resolve. When I am not tutoring, I enjoy reading, playing paintball, and...

Collin County Community College District - AS, Computer Science and Statistics

University of Texas at Dallas - BS, Computer Science and Statistics

Ahmad ...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 work and dedication, I believe anyone can succeed. I generally use a step-by-step approach with students to simplify difficult concepts. From my experience, I find it easier to understand why...

Mackenzie Hi, I'm Kenzie! I'm a Mechanical Engineering student at UT Dallas and I've been tutoring online for 4 years now. My favorite subjects to teach are math and science, but reading and writing come in a close second. ... I introduce myself and try to get a feel for what the student is struggling with in particular. I then address those questions or problems by starting at the foundations and trying to help my student get a good grasp of what they are trying to do.

UT Dallas - Current Undergrad, Mechanical engineering

Rohini ...material. Prior to each session, I met with the professor to discuss methods I would implement in order 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,...