# Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Massachusetts, MA

Tiffany ...a year of AmeriCorps. As an AmeriCorps member I was responsible for leading an after school science program, an opportunity that allowed me to create hands-on creative lessons and gain more experience tutoring and teaching. I tutored as an undergrad, and I absolutely love science (and math too!) I have taken a multitude of science courses as an undergrad and throughout medical school and feel very comfortable with most science based subject areas.

University of Florida - BS, Nutrition, Pre-Med

Doctorate in Medicine - M.D, Tufts University School of Medicine

State Certified Teacher

Ari ...geometry, algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus and calculus classes as well as the math component of SAT, ACT or AP exams would find my thoughtfulness, creativity, kindness and nonjudgmental individualized approaches highly effective. College students completing courses in calculus, abstract algebra or other math courses, as well as the math section of the GRE or other examinations assessing quantitative aptitudes will quickly identify why professors and students alike praise the clarity and effectiveness of my instruction and...

University of Rochester - Honors BA, Mathematics

Emily ...and have loved it ever since. My tutoring experience ranges from middle school level up to college level Biology and Mathematics. My two favorite subjects to tutor are general biology and algebra because both are like puzzles. The pieces of the problem all have to fit in order to see the correct answer. When I am tutoring, my goal is to meet the student where they are. This involves investigating where the student may be...

Providence College - Bachelors, Biology/Pre-Med

Eliza ...a classroom tutor in various Los Angeles high schools, tutoring a variety of subjects ranging from English to Physics. Of the subjects I taught, my favorite is definitely Math, and Algebra in particular. Because many students struggle with Algebra, I find it satisfying to help students understand concepts and build their foundation of knowledge. Working in classrooms was great, but I am excited to be able to work one-on-one with students and build stronger relationships.

Occidental College - BA, Urban and Environmental Policy

Kayla I am a very experienced high school and middle school teacher/tutor, as I have been tutoring or teaching in some capacity since August of 2010. I have always loved making personal connections with students and helping them make daunting studies (such as math or test preparation) more approachable. My favorite part of my job is empowering students to be more independent learners and helping them develop confidence in their abilities.

University of Minnesota - BS, Mathematics

Boston University - MAT, Mathematics Teaching

Dave ...a fresh perspective on the ways that we learn and how we embrace new challenges in my work with preschoolers. Although I have not officially been an educator for long, my experiences have taught me that patience is the most crucial virtue that a teacher can have. In my work, I have encountered and interacted with children and young adults with a host of challenges to their individual learning. I have witnessed the not-yet-verbal approach...

Boston College - Bachelors, Perspectives (Philosophy/Interdisciplinary)

Andy ...comprehension is absolutely essential to a successful education. As a tutor I focus on presenting material in a number of ways to accommodate all learning styles and making material relevant to the student. Helping students overcome the anxieties that so often accompany learning Math at the earliest and most crucial stages means helping students think about the material in a way that is meaningful to them and teaching them to relate Math to their own...

Suffolk University - BS, Computer Science

Vania ...a wonderful physics professor who turned physics into a way of viewing the world around me with a renewed sense of curiosity. I enjoy being able to spark this love of physics in my students, and as a consequence also sparking a love in mathematics, a necessary companion to physics. I also enjoy helping students prepare for the SAT because it is a test where practice makes perfect. Seeing a student gain confidence and start...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - BS, Mechanical Engineering/Music

Jenna ...love it. My favorite is working with students who struggle in math and think they will never be successful. I love working with these students because I feel confident that I can present the material in simple, new ways that will make them feel GOOD at math in a way they may never have felt before. (It has happened in the past, I promise!) Math is so fun to me, and math literacy is absolutely...

University of Wisconsin Madison - Bachelors, History

harvard graduate school of education - Current Grad Student, school leadership

Megan ...level up through middle school and Geometry. I also believe that there is a balance between working hard and letting yourself play and relax, no matter how old you get! Things I like to do for fun are read a good book, write creatively, watch great films and talk about them, take a hike, go running, volunteer in my community, cook delicious dishes, explore new places and meet new people. I hope to meet you...

Gordon College - B.A., English Language and Literature

University of Massachusetts - Boston - M.A., English