# Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Pasadena, CA

Whitney ...working with students from 2nd to 12th grade. I am passionate about working with students and being able to connect with them as a near-peer. My goal is to help each and every student I work with find the academic subject that sparks their passion for learning. Being a visual learner myself, I have always had to create tools, draw pictures, or make games for myself in order to learn, and I bring that to...

Pomona College - BA, Neuroscience

Sara ...tutored fellow students in Science and Mathematics through honor societies and by teacher appointments. I continued tutoring in STEM throughout my university years and helped train many engineers to become well versed and capable in laboratory and classroom settings. I finally became a full fledged university professor in Mechanical and Civil Engineering upon completion of my degree, which, for me, is a truly rewarding and enjoyable role. I am most experienced in teaching Math, I...

California State University-Los Angeles - BS, Mechanical Engineering

California State University-Los Angeles - MS, Mechanical Engineering

Sydney ...a skill set in math, English, social sciences, and French. I received my Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology with a minor in French. In high school I took a total of 10 AP classes and scored above a 3 on each exam. Currently I work in marketing at an advertising agency and I eventually plan on attending graduate school to get a Masters degree in educational psychology. My philosophy is to create an educational environment...

University of California-Los Angeles - Bachelors, Psychology

Raj ...when it comes to teaching Mathematics. I believe all students have the ability to learn and excel in Mathematics. My main goal in teaching Mathematics is to ensure that my students fully understand and grasp the concepts and problems at hand. It is also my goal to adapt my teaching style to the way my students learn. I am also a member of the EnCorps Teachers Program and a teacher candidate currently pursuing a California...

California State University - BS, Mathematics

UCLA Extension - Preliminary Teaching Credential, Single Subject Teaching Credential in Mathematics

Pat ...attending ASU as a math tutor helping students with their homework, preparing for exams, and/or grasping the subject matter. My favorite subjects are trigonometry, geometry and calculus. I enjoy leading students rather than supplying the answers, to stimulate problem solving methods and promote independent thought. I really enjoy helping students reach that "ahh" moment where they get a handle on a difficult topic. I enjoy reading, old movies, riding my road bicycle, and working on...

Arizona State University - Bachelors, Industrial Engineering

Reyanna ...math classes including Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-calculus, and have now completed Calculus at Chapman University with an A in my first and second semesters. As a high school student, I tutored Algebra I & II as well as Pre-calculus during my sophomore, junior, and Senior years. My tutees succeeded in raising their grades in their mathematics classes, as well as felt more confident for their future classes. I am great at finding different ways...

Chapman University - BS, Accounting and Business

Dwight ...BA in math. After college, my wife and I joined the Peace Corps and moved to Burkina Faso, West Africa for 27 months. While in Burkina Faso, we lived in a small village and I taught math and ESL at the local junior high. After the Peace Corps, I moved to Raleigh, NC and started taking my first steps towards becoming a credentialed teacher. I was accepted into a program called Math for America, which...

SDSU - BA, Mathematics

University of Southern California - MA, Teaching

Lydia ...and theater courses. During this time I also worked in the Academic Resource Center as a tutor. Most of my clients would either bring in papers for me to proof read, ask for assistance doing research and structuring their papers, or seek help studying for exams. Since graduating, I have moved to the greater Los Angeles area and worked as a tutor under the "No Child Left Behind Act," educating youth from 2nd to 12th...

Stephens College - BFA, Digital Filmmaking

Shane ...Sociology, Ancient Civilizations and Computer Programming. When I'm not tutoring, I spend my time learning, reading, playing video games, hiking, enjoying the city and going to shows with my favorite bands. My tutoring experience began with my two siblings. Through their elementary and junior high years, I worked with them on their assignments and preparing for tests. I found that working with them was very rewarding and came naturally to me. They are now doing...

California State University-Northridge - Bachelors, Psychology

Lionel ...and am going to Graduate School at UCLA for Bio-statistics so I have those subjects down as well. I think tutors are there to help polish concepts and check for real understanding of the subject. Instead of just plugging in numbers and getting the right answers I want you to know what those numbers represent, what the correct way to pursue the problem is, and why that is the correct way in the first place....

University of Arizona - BS, Math/Statistics