# Award-Winning Elementary Math Tutors in Cranston, RI

Meghan ...graduating Summa Cum Laude. Writing has always been a passion of mine, and although it is not for everyone, I believe that passion is contagious. I first began tutoring in my college's Writing Center during my senior year, helping students of all ages improve all different aspects of their writing. As I loved tutoring others so much, I began to tutor professionally, working with students from kindergarten to graduate school. Writing, Reading, Grammar and Elementary...

University of Rhode Island - Bachelor of Arts, Writing and Rhetoric

Cheryl ...types of questions. This ability meant that I was often given students with various learning disabilities, since they knew I could make it work for those students. I believe that learning should be fun and that engaging the student is the best way to get them excited about a subject. In my spare time I am a voracious reader, spend a lot of time with my children and am involved in my synagogue.... I generally start by asking them questions about their likes, dislikes, learning style/preferences, and what they see as their goals. I also go over general information about the subject/test, even if they have already taken the test before.

Alexandra ...kids taking elementary-level math, middle school students taking Pre-Algebra and Algebra, high school students taking Pre-Calculus and Calculus, college students taking Calculus I/II and Linear Algebra -- and any level in between! Tutoring is one of my favorite activities, because every student I work with teaches me something new about my field. In addition to doing math and writing French poetry, I play the piano, contract bridge, soccer and tennis. I am also a passionate...

Brown University - Current Undergrad, Mathematics and French

Allison ...different subjects. I have a background in history and writing, but currently co-teach math and science classes, giving me skills and confidence across all subjects. I am a passionate and optimistic young adult who really enjoys working with teenagers. I feel as though I am always learning and open to new ways of thinking. I believe in each student's ability to succeed through hard work, practice, and perseverance. I hope for students to learn strategies...

Stonehill College - Bachelor of Arts, History; Secondary Education

Simmons College - Master of Science, Special Education 5-12

State Certified Teacher

Leah ...college level), reading and writing, and in standardized test preparation. I am also an avid debater, and coach debate at a high school in Providence, RI. When I am not tutoring, I enjoy creative writing, singing, painting, horseback riding, skiing, hiking, and traveling. My dream is to one day practice medicine in the developing world, but I also hope to pursue a career in academia (a la Paul Farmer.) I look forward to speaking with...

Brown University - BA, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics; Pre-med

Seth ...secondary math teacher for grades 7-12 and have taught secondary math for two years. I have experience tutoring in all subject areas of math-- from algebra to calculus and proofs writing-- with a demonstrated track record for improving student achievement. I am passionate about making math meaningful and enjoyable for students. I believe that all students are capable of being successful mathematicians. I work with my students to ensure they not only understand the material...

Carleton College - Bachelors, Economics

Brandeis University - Current Grad Student, Mathematics

Stephen ...minors in Jazz studies and Philosophy. I have been tutoring students in an unofficial capacity since high school. When I became an undergraduate I wanted to continue to help students, so I started a tutoring program for underclassmen who were struggling in their science courses. Outside of this, I volunteered my time to help students who were struggling in the upper level courses I was taking. I love science and medicine and I love teaching...

Diana ...these subjects. My teaching style heavily depends on my students’ learning style. I believe each student is different and has their own learning style, so as the teacher, I have to accommodate my teaching style to meet my students’ needs. Students’ passion and comprehension of math and science can then prepare them to become the impacting leaders, doctors, scientists and engineers that will change the world for better. That is why I want to be...

University of Maryland-College Park - BS, Chemical Engineering

Michael ...biology, and bioinformatics. I began my tutoring career in high school as a peer tutor, where I spent my free study periods in departmental offices offering academic support on a drop-in basis. In college I also enjoyed tutoring my friends when they wanted some extra academic support. My passion is for mathematics and the sciences: as an engineer I have a deep appreciation for how theory in textbooks translates into real world applications. In my...

University of Toronto - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering

Daniel ...I have helped many of my colleagues pass their classes and understand concepts in subjects they have trouble with. I also have great experience helping students much younger than myself, from elementary school through high school. My favorite subject to tutor is calculus, I believe the concepts of calculus are much simpler than most instructors make them out to be and that most problems in understanding them can be easily fixed with visual tools. Patience...