Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in Charlestown, KY
Jason ...am an licensed attorney with a law degree and a mathematics degree. I have experience tutoring numerous elementary, middle and high school students in an in-home setting. I have a proven ability to teach needed skills in a clear and effective way. My ultimate goal is for my students to achieve their goals and become more confident in their abilities. If I can play even a small role in a student's success, it is highly...
University of Louisville - Bachelors, Mathematics
Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville - PhD, Law
Diane ...private tutor for almost 11 years now. I have a BA in English and a JD, both of which have required me to develop my language and particularly writing skills. I have student taught college Chemistry, and I have written Continued Learning materials for a Continuing Legal Education symposium. I worked as a nanny for over 8 years before I had my own child. I am quite familiar with being around children and encouraging them...
Bellarmine University - Bachelors, English
Northern Kentucky University - PhD, Law/ Juris Doctor
Scott ...art manifestos) to see it as sculpture. (In my free time, I create computer animation using both math and programming skills.) As I tutor, I like to communicate this enthusiasm. For instance, learning to graph functions is simultaneously to learn how to draw various curves with algebraic formulas. So the symbols and numbers can be looked at like a code for drawing pictures with as much precision as desired. Along the same lines, solving equations...
University of Louisville - Bachelors, mathematics
Joel I am an experienced teacher, coach and tutor with a passion for helping students improve through better understanding the material, reading between the lines of the test questions, and mastering the tactics and strategies particular to each test that will lead to the best possible score. ... I apply the Socratic method to all learning situations. I assess where a student is, and ask the right questions to facilitate the next step.... Assess goals, discuss previous results, dive into self-described trouble spots, and create a plan for success.
University of Louisville - Bachelors, Philosophy
University of Louisville - Masters, MBA
Kamae ...Education. I have worked in Education for fourteen years serving as a substitute and certified teacher. I am a mother and enjoy working with children and families. I chose this position because I have experience in this field and want to be able to help clients overcome obstacles they may have in their education. I currently work as a Special Education Teacher in a middle and high school setting. I have served in this position...
University of Louisville - Bachelors, Health Promotion Exercise Science
Western Kentucky University - Masters, Education
Sam ...to struggle but with enough help, encouragement, and self-motivation-good grades and understanding are within reach. As a tutor and student, I strongly believe that one does not learn as well if they do not participate in the learning process. I like to ask directional questions to lead the student down the right track but ultimately makes the student find the answer. I will be tutoring in Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Psychology, and Microbiology.... My philosophy is that everyone learns differently. A teacher needs to be able to adapt and change to help the student learn in a way that works for them.
Eastern Kentucky University - Bachelors, Chemistry(2015)/Biology(2016)
Lucas ...fellow classmates since middle school and have always been a source of help in math, science, and English-based curriculum. I am very personable and willing to go the extra mile because knowledge is power! I took numerous AP courses in high school and am familiar with AP guidelines, so I'd love to assist you with your AP needs. Mathematics has always been a love of mine, so I feel confident in speaking about my proficiency...
University of Louisville - Bachelors, Actuarial Mathematics
Brandy ...on one instruction, I can connect with students and learn what is best for them and together we can make goals for success, growth and development. I really enjoy laying the foundations for early education through teaching students how to decode, encode comprehend, problem solve and explore. I know that with time and effort every child can learn and love learning. In my free time, I like to do crafty projects, take pictures, hike, watch...
Arizona State University - BA, Early Childhood and Elementary Education
Sachit ...belief on my students through the Socratic Method; rather than giving the answer, I try to lead students in the right path, as the feeling of wonder when experiencing inspiration and discovery itself justifies the place of knowledge in personal development. In my spare time, aside from intellectual growth, I like to play video games, read good books, and watch movies from all genres. Also, spending time with family and friends can never be overemphasized.
Texas A & M University-College Station - BS, BA, Chemistry, History
Alan ...ages and walks of life. As a graduate from UC Berkeley with a double major in Cultural Anthropology and Biology and a minor in Spanish, my subject areas are as varied as my students. I understand that the ways in which people learn are diverse and that tutoring must be tailored to an individual's specific needs. I specialize in teaching upper level Biology, Math, and Spanish - though I do enjoy tutoring many other subjects!...
University of California-Berkeley - B.A., Anthropology