Award-Winning Pre-Calculus Tutors in Jacksonville Beach, 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...
University of North Florida - BA, Statistics
University of North Florida - MS, Mathematical Sciences: Statistics
University of Texas - MD Anderson Cancer Center - PhD, Biostatistics
Emily ...and Central America. While I'm fully proficient now, I struggled with both languages early on, and understand the challenges of both starting a new language and in moving from a conversational to a more proficient level. I'm also available for ACT and SAT test prep -- and work especially well with students who are visual...
New College of Florida - BA, Political Science
Savannah College of Art and Design - MFA, Photography
Ginger ...subject of tutoring is in math, which I love. To me, there is no better feeling than seeing the light come on when a concept that was "too hard" becomes understandable to a student. I also love that students from past years will approach me in public and share their successes and thank me for...
Belhaven University - BS, Mathematics
Stacey ...by understanding theory, I will accommodate it all! All written lessons are customized for the individual student, and extra care is given to a student's weak areas. Nothing is more gratifying than helping the "light come on" for a student having difficulty understanding a challenging topic or concept. I look forward to working with you,...
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University - Bachelors, Computer Engineering
Michael ...be comfortable with younger students as well, having been an older sibling for most of my life. From personal experience from the point of view of both a teacher and a student, learning is not always a straightforward process. Teaching plans should be compatible with individual students, taking into account their goals, needs, and learning...
UT Austin - BS, Mathematics
Tianna ...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, and learning American Sign Language. I would like to become fluent in French and Mandarin Chinese in the future. I absolutely love teaching and would love to...
Stony Brook University - Bachelors, Biochemistry
Leo Nothing gives me greater satisfaction than seeing the look on a student's face when he/she has just grasped a difficult concept.... My teaching philosophy is difficult concepts are merely combinations of simple concepts. If you show a student that all the pieces are straightforward, they broaden their horizons and reach great heights.... In a first session with a new student, I would find out what interests them so I can draw analogies from that area. I would also assess what they know already on the topic we will be studying so I know more clearly what I should assist them with.
Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelors, Jewish Studies
University of North Florida - Bachelors, Computing and Information Sciences
Greg ...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 math easily.... My teaching philosophy is that patience is the most important thing. If a student is not absorbing the material, one should never blame the student but should instead try a new approach to teaching the material, and keep trying until you find a good fit for the student.
Florida State University - Current Undergrad, Biological Science
Frederick Hello! My name is Frederick, I'm an engineering student at UNF. I'm a math and science tutor and would love to help a student who is ready to learn.... My teaching philosophy is if you can raise a student’s confidence with a lesson, it’s more helpful than anything else is. I've struggled over the years with certain subjects and can completely understand what it’s like to be a frustrated student. I want to try and show students that they can do it, and with that confidence boost to go back at the lesson with a better attitude, thus a better gain of knowledge.
University of North Florida - Current Undergrad, Mechanical Engineering