# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Denver, CO

Joshua ...I have worked for the University of Alaska, Anchorage and NAU as a teaching assistant and tutor, and I have been self-employed as a tutor for seven years. Now I am in my last semester at NAU, and I will graduate in December 2013 with a BS in Physics and a BS in Mathematics. I have tutored math subjects ranging from Algebra 1 to ordinary differential equations, and I have worked with Physics students in...

Northern Arizona University - Bachelor of Science, Physics/Math Double major

Michelle I have worked within the Colorado school system as both a reading and math tutor for students in grades K-12. I have extensive experience working with students in Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry and Calculus. I firmly believe that given the appropriate tools every child can experience academic success resulting in increased levels of self esteem which will positively affect all aspects of a student's life.

Western Governors University - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics

Jesse ...ages at Mathnasium in Denver, CO as well as family members in math and science. I enjoy all kinds of math from pre-Algebra, through Calculus I-III and on up to Differential Equations, although I especially enjoy Trigonometry. I first like to get a feel for the students abilities, including hobbies/interests/etc. I'm then able to associate math and science concepts with areas that pique their interests. In my spare time I enjoy riding, working on, talking...

Colorado School of Mines - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Angie ...immediately started teaching high school math in Connecticut with the support of Teach For American. I taught high school math for 6 years and 1 year of high school (but at college level) physics. I just moved to the Denver area to be with my family and love it already. There is so much to do here! I enjoy biking, hiking, tennis, most things outdoors, movies, and reading. Favorite books include Harry Potter to Girl...

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo - Bachelor of Science, Physics

Benjamin ...this happened because I had an amazing teacher that helped inspire me to learn math and physics. It is important as a tutor and teacher to explain and teach material; however, I believe it is crucial for the tutor to help inspire a student to learn. Change the overall outlook of a class from a chore, to a fun exercise where you are always learning cool new material! I personally excel and enjoy all math...

Colorado School of Mines - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Kirill ...an open environment, meaning that both tutor and student should be on the same wave, with student asking any questions whenever he(or she) wants. I am also a strong supporter of the fundamental teaching approach to any subject: anything should be taught by starting with basic definitions and laws, and later growing into something more complicated. In my opinion, this is the only way to satisfy student's curiosity and build acuity in subject of focus.

University of Colorado Boulder - Current Undergrad, Aerospace Engineering

Bill ...math as well as doing math myself. I have taught and tutored math at all different levels and understand the roadblocks that students may encounter in learning most topics. I will always respect your goals and your efforts to achieve them. I will help you master specific skills and help you think mathematically so that you can achieve success in future endeavors. Math is not a spectator sport - LET'S START WORKING TOGETHER.

New York University - Bachelor in Arts, English

Ohio State University-Main Campus - Master of Science, Mathematics

Danielle ...in Women's and Gender Studies, International Studies, and Persian. Before college, I studied for a year in Germany on the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship, and I have continue to travel as much as I can across the United States, down the Pacific Coast, to Montreal, Spain, Italy, and Germany. While I tutor many subjects, I am most passionate about Math, German, and standardized test prep. I believe we learn the best (and the most) when...

Ohio State University - Bachelor in Arts, Philosophy

Austin ...with other students in order to help them with math and other subjects. I enjoy teaching math and helping others learn to find answers to their problems. I tutor a variety of levels in math and I'm eager to get started. My philosophy for tutoring is not just giving students answers but guiding students to learn the answer themselves. It is important to show students how subjects they are learning about are applicable in later...

University of Colorado Boulder - Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering

Lauren ...and see the world in new ways. Just seeing this process in action amazes me and inspires me to learn and expand my mind even more. This way of thinking is what I work towards inspiring in the students I tutor. I want to show them that through hard work and curiosity, they can accomplish academic goals, or any goal for that matter, that they never imagined achieving previously. Being relatively close to my tutees...

University of Colorado Boulder - Bachelor of Science, Aerospace Engineering