# Award-Winning Math Tutors in Jacksonville, FL

Jacy While studying for my masters degree in mathematical sciences, I taught my own elementary statistics course. I was also an assistant teacher for calculus, college algebra, and various other college-level math courses. I love math, but I also realize that not every student feels the same way I do. My goal as a teacher is to make learning math and statistics as painless as possible!

University of North Florida - BA, Statistics

University of North Florida - MS, Mathematical Sciences: Statistics

University of Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center - PhD, Biostatistics

Shelley ...experience in working with students in one-on-one and small group settings. I believe that individualized instruction is vital to the success of students. My passion for education and my past experiences have proven that I am an effective tutor. I am currently completing my final year of a Master's in Early Childhood Education at Georgia State. I am a certified elementary school teacher, and hold an endorsement to teach students who speak a language other...

Spellman College - BS, Anthropology and Sociology

Georgia State University - MA, Early Childhood Education

State Certified Teacher

David ...5 years in elementary school and have just moved into the middle school setting teaching Math and STEM. I am a pretty techy guy and love using technology to help students understand more about Math and the world as a whole. My beautiful wife and I have two boys in college and are quite lonely now without them around. My degrees are in Biblical Studies, I hold a Masters of Divinity degree as well and...

Bethany Bible College - Bachelors, Bible

Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary - Masters, Theology

Brookelynn ...medical issues from fungal infections to hyperglycemia and even a few patients that we knew we did not have the resources to treat. I decided that I wanted to go into medicine after taking my first anatomy class in high school. I was absolutely intrigued by the human body, and I knew that because I loved medicine, I would strive to encompass myself in my work. My junior year of college was when my elective...

Florida State University - BS, Biology and Psychology

Matthew ...Remedial/Elementary Mathematics, Geometry, Beginner/Intermediate/College Algebra, and Pre-Calculus. My teaching style is adaptive. Being a student myself, I know that each student learns differently and has different needs. My goal when teaching is not just to help you pass a quiz, exam, or course; it is to arm you with the necessary knowledge and understanding to enable you to succeed in the future. If one approach does not succeed, I am prepared to come at the...

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Computing and Information Sciences

Patricia ...to time. I love to enable students to think of different ways to calculate addition, subtraction, and multiplication, and to consider writing those equations in multiple ways. In all of these subjects, my students develop their skills over time and improve their mastery of math on a daily basis. As I value students' education, I believe in a student-centered style of teaching--partly because students love to take ownership of their own learning, but also because...

Gallaudet University - Bachelors, Accounting

McDaniel College - Masters, Deaf Education

Alfred My goal is to offer solutions that meet your needs today and for the life of your learning career. I believe in building a personal relationship with you as my client, so I can better understand your learning goals and help you get there with confidence and peace of mind. ... The best way to learn is to fail. You don't know what you don't know. By allowing yourself to make mistakes, you open more opportunities to find solutions. Teaching is simply the art of providing solutions learned by making mistakes.

University of Florida - Bachelors, Business Administration

Michael ...plans should be compatible with individual students, taking into account their goals, needs, and learning styles. For example, I personally like to incorporate secondary lines of reasoning. When learning words, I look at roots, when learning theorems, I study proofs, and when learning mechanisms, I examine comparable systems. In addition, I am a rather visual learner, and favor illustrations such as graphs, tables, and diagrams as learning tools. Besides working as a tutor, I enjoy...

UT Austin - BS, Mathematics

Emily ...to Algebra. I hope to add more subjects to my credentials as I further my own education, including Biology and Calculus. I myself love to learn, and nothing is more exciting than understanding a concept that you were previously struggling with. Education is not only the key to success, it can be a fun and confidence boosting experience. I hope to help students discover how learning can be enjoyable and instill in them a curiosity...

University of North Florida - Current Undergrad, Coastal Biology

Melissa ...find the right language to communicate in so that the information makes sense. Whether it is through hands-on-learning, visual props, or by simply listening and asking question, I can accommodate any student and their learning style. I believe that learning is understanding the material- not just memorizing it. I take it as a personal challenge to try and find the best method of understanding for each student and tailor my tutoring for each individual.... I do whatever it takes to ensure that each student understands the material and doesn't just memorize it. Memorized data is only stored in the short-term memory for so long, making it difficult to recall later during a final or a midterm. Understanding is key.

University of North Florida - Bachelors, Accounting