# Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Atlantic Beach, FL

Rob ...Middle Grades Math and Science Education. During my time in this program, I was required to complete multiple pre-internships as well as a full time internship, all in middle schools and high schools in Duval County in both Math and Science classes. During my internship, I taught seventh and eighth grade Science for the first half of the semester, and then Honors Pre-Algebra, Honors Algebra, as well as Honors Geometry with eighth grade students for...

University of Northern Florida - Bachelors, Middle Grades Math/Science Education

Willard ...know the way they learn best. This is where the real math adventure begins. We will explore multiple ways to understand problems to help you on your math journey. My goal is to work myself out of a job and for you to be confident in understanding and doing the math on your own. I want for you to do your very best on the tests required of you. Math......Don't leave school without it!... My teaching philosophy is student-centered learning. I prefer when the student discovers the answer or process to when they are just told a formula. I believe if you can develop confidence in skills students already have, they quickly build on those skills.

Chadron State College - Bachelors, Secondary Education 6-12 field endorsement in Mathematics

Jack ...at Florida State College at Jacksonville, and about to graduate with my A.A. degree. In my freshman year, I got a job opportunity as a math tutor at my college. I have been tutoring math for 2 years since then. My job was majorly staying in the class and helping students who need help; I was an assistant to the professor. I loved it so much that I wanted to continue gaining new tutoring experiences....

Florida State College at Jacksonville - Associates, Accounting

Felicia ...and up to college level, depending on the math subject. Some of my favorite subjects to tutor in are College Algebra, AP Calculus AB, and Pre-Calculus because those subjects are what students have trouble with before they enter college, and I like to help students in these particular subjects. My tutoring style is that I like to help students go through the problem and allow them to make mistakes, so that I can guide them...

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Mathematics

Tianna ...physics, biology, and mathematics (from pre algebra to differential equations). I have also worked at Stony Brook University as a college biology lecturer. I like to use a hands on approach to tutoring rather than just lecturing, although I find it best to adapt my methods to the learning style of each individual student. I love to dance, especially ballet. I also love to learn new languages. Currently, I am continuing my studies of Spanish,...

Stony Brook University - Bachelors, Biochemistry

Melissa ...is the “AHA!” moment- the moment when it all finally comes together and a student understands. I can physically see on a student’s face when this happens and the excitement of it all finally making sense. When I tutor, I work diligently with a student to strive for as many “AHA!” moments as possible. Everyone learns differently and different things make sense for different individuals. In order to be a great tutor, you have to...

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Accounting

Katie My name is Katie, and I am a recent graduate from Washington and Lee University. I have tutored for the past 7 years, mostly in middle school algebra and pre-algebra. My goal is to perfect students' basic math skills to gain confidence when they attack more difficult skills such as algebra and geometry. I also work on testing to ensure confidence in a testing environment. ... I want to build a student's confidence in the classroom by perfecting their basic math skills, such as times tables and division. Through my experience as a tutor, I have found that students that falter in their basic math skills tend to be less confident with more complex equations. Confidence in ability is the key to success, and my goal is to build confidence in foundation concepts to ensure success in future math classes.

Washington and Lee University - Bachelors, Psychology

Michael ...help students learn in the way they find most effective. If one way of explaining a topic does not work, I will try explaining it in another, more fitting, way. My hope is that through asking students questions about their work, they can better understand what is in front of them. I want to be a part of a student's learning process, and I believe I can be fitting addition to a student's education.... To help students become better independent learners, I teach students how to ask questions. Once students are able to ask themselves tough questions, they can begin to research the answers to their own questions.

Fordham Univeristy - Current Undergrad, Economics

Greg ...who enjoys teaching and helping people so I've decided to tutor in my spare time. I specialize in math tutoring as I was always the guy in high school and college helping out others in my class whose questions weren't answered or who just didn't get it during the lecture. My job as a structural designer involves lots of math, mainly trigonometry, and so it has kept me sharp and still able to do SAT...

Florida State University - Current Undergrad, Biological Science

Christopher I have been taking upper-level math and science classes at the University of North Florida for some time. I have about 33 credits remaining for a bachelor's degree with a concentration in general physics and a minor in mathematics. I hope to simplify matters that might seem complicated. Many times complex concepts are best mastered in a step-by-step fashion. This approach demands patience, however, it usually ends in a cumulative understanding of these principal concepts.

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Physics

University of North Florida - Current Grad Student, Physics