# Award-Winning Geometry Tutors in Shawnee, KS

Kaitlyn ...and I try my hardest to find a teaching style that will make the material easy to understand. I want my students to succeed in their math courses, and if I need to find new methods of teaching to make this happen, I will. I am committed to helping students gain a firm understanding of...

University of Central Missouri - BS, Mathematics and Spanish

University of Central Missouri - MS, Applied Mathematics

Chris ...member of the Harvard Emergency Medical System. I am passionate medicine and plan to apply to medical school. I have always enjoyed teaching. During college, I would tutor my friends in Calculus and Organic Chemistry, both to help them prepare for exams and to master the material myself. Last summer, I was fortunate enough to...

Harvard University - BA, Neurobiology and Spanish

Judy ...years, I have learned a lot about student learning. Obviously, not every student learns the same way. I try to present topics from different points of view with different methods of solving them whenever possible. I want math to be as painless as possible for students. Since I have taught for so long, I can...

University of Central Missouri - BSE, Mathematics Education

University of Missouri-Kansas City - MS, Math Education

Bryan ...The "true power" of applied mathematics shines brightest in these subjects, and it excites me when I can share this with my students and give them that "ah ha! that's what a derivative does!" moment. My preferred style of teaching/tutoring is a 'resource-orientated' approach. Very often you will have tutors simply there to answer the...

University of Kansas - BS, Mathematics

University of Kansas - MA, Mathematics

Christopher ...After law school, I practiced law in New York City for ten years before deciding to go back to school for Classics. I am currently developing a publication on the relative clause in Ancient Greek and I hope to begin a PhD program in the fall. I completed my MA with a 4.0 GPA and...

University of Iowa - BFA, Art

University of Kansas - MA, Classics

Robert ...my enthusiasm with others in order to help kindle their curiosity about the world. My goal is to help students understand that math can be intriguing and fun to explore, and mastering its ways are not as hard as they might seem. In my spare time, I enjoy playing rhythm and dance music games, such...

University of Kansas - Current Undergrad, Mathematics

Christopher ...perspective and to understand (so as to enlarge) someone else's perspective. In my non-teaching time, I am interested in Physics and Mathematics and working out practical problems from plumbing to electronics. I will someday go back for my Ph.D. in Physics but until then I am looking to grow as an engineer or computer programmer.

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics

Allison ...with many types of students with many different skill levels. I've loved these experiences because it has given me the opportunity to develop a large tool box of strategies when working with students. And even though I could teach 100 years and still have things to learn, I feel like I have a good armory...

Missouri State University - BS, Math Education

State Certified Teacher

Robert We all learn differently. As Albert Einstein said, "Study is not the learning of facts but the training of the mind to think." Thomas Edison said only five percent of people think; another 10 percent think they think; and 85 percent would rather die than think. Let me help you be one of the five.

University of Kansas - Bachelors, History/Economics

London School of Economics - Masters, Economics

Chad ...to different real world situations is extremely useful in any discipline. While tutoring I try to help students master the fundamentals so they can apply them to the material we're working on as well as future material. Outside academia, I help look after my four siblings and play more League of Legends online than is...

Dartmouth College - BA, Economics