# Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Excelsior Springs, MO

Phil I have a Mathematics undergraduate degree at KU after taking classes for fun. While at KU, I taught classes in calculus and pre-calc as an Assistant Instructor (business graduate school) and as a TA (undergraduate). I also tutored friends on the side. I enjoy teaching and tutoring. I'm also very patient. I have a business...

University of Kansas - Bachelor in Arts, Math

University of Kansas - Masters in Business Administration, Finance

Bryan ...office hours, proctoring exams. I've grown very fond of tutoring calculus 1, 2, sophomore level linear algebra, and differential equations. The "true power" of applied mathematics shines brightest in these subjects, and it excites me when I can share this with my students and give them that "ah ha! that's what a derivative does!" moment....

University of Kansas - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

University of Kansas - Master of Arts, Mathematics

Matt I graduated from KU and enjoy helping people understand math-related subjects! I'm a mechanical engineer, drummer, computer technician, and enjoy playing outdoor sports. If you're needing any help, I can get you up to speed! I do an excellent job of connecting with students and adapting to their learning styles.

University of Kansas - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Zachary ...scholarship chair for my fraternity in undergraduate, before getting a student job in graduate school teaching Math, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Science to student athletes at ESU. After falling in love with tutoring, I began taking clients both privately and through agencies like Varsity Tutors, and have been teaching medium to large-sized...

Baker University - Bachelor of Science, Psychology

Emporia State University - Master of Science, Experimental Psychology

Haley I've always loved numbers and Mathematics but it wasn't until college that I realized this passion and strength were driving me towards education. Since then, I've enjoyed working with students of all ages and abilities to further their math skills. I believe that everyone has mathematical abilities and I enjoying working and watching these abilities...

University of Northern Iowa - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics Teaching

Adam ...Missouri's JD/MBA program. While in graduate school, I worked as a Teaching Assistant for an undergraduate business law class. This experience helped me better understand just how unique every student's learning process is. As a tutor, my goal is to help students by making their academic struggles more relevant in their everyday lives.... I believe that every student has the capability to succeed. Success in education simply takes discovering what motivates each student and finding ways to apply what the student is learning to his or her motivator.

United States Military Academy - Bachelors, Law & Legal Studies

University of Missouri-Columbia - Current Grad Student, JD/MBA Dual Degree Program

Christopher ...adventure. Everyone has different perspectives, and when you are teaching you have to be able to both provide a new perspective and to understand (so as to enlarge) someone else's perspective. In my non-teaching time, I am interested in Physics and Mathematics and working out practical problems from plumbing to electronics. I will someday go...

Cornell University - Bachelor of Science, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - Master of Science, Applied Physics

John ...two years as a tutor and as a Supplemental Instructor for one year. In addition, I had the opportunity to shadow a local high school math teacher. At SLU, I worked in their Tutoring Center for one semester and during my second semester I taught a section of College Algebra. I am able to tutor...

Rockhurst University - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

Judy I have taught for over 30 years at the high school level and now the community college level. In those years, I have learned a lot about student learning. Obviously, not every student learns the same way. I try to present topics from different points of view with different methods of solving them whenever possible....

University of Central Missouri - Unknown, Mathematics Education

University of Missouri-Kansas City - Master of Science, Math Education

Kaitlyn ...because it is the basis for so many other math classes. I know that math is difficult for many people, and I try my hardest to find a teaching style that will make the material easy to understand. I want my students to succeed in their math courses, and if I need to find new...

University of Central Missouri - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics and Spanish

University of Central Missouri - Master of Science, Applied Mathematics