Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Cordova, TN
Nevin Industrial Engineering graduate from University of Tennessee Knoxville. Just a guy who loves solving math problems and spreading his knowledge to others. ... Each student learns best in his or her own unique way. I prefer to observe and adapt my teaching style to each student's learning style. Often teaching methods change depending on a student's level of mastery of the material. I lead by following the student.... The first session would begin with listening to the student to understand what we were trying to accomplish from the tutoring and what material we would cover. We might begin digging into the material slowly at first so I can get a feel for the student's learning style and level of mastery of the subject.
University of Tennessee Knoxville - Bachelors, Industrial Engineering
Kimberly ...and hands on experiences. Students should also have high expectations of themselves, or at least decide how they want to live their lives. Outside of math, I sing with my church choir and play the piano and organ. I am a recommended black belt in Tae Kwon Do, and I hope to become a decided black belt soon. I try to sandwich in a little TV and reading when I'm not involved in those activities.
Sindhu I am a dedicated, enthusiastic professional with 9+ years of experience in teaching and assessment. I have Master degree in Mathematics and Bachelor Degree in Education. I started my career as a Mathematics teacher and moved into educational assessment domain. I have tutored several students since my college days. All of my experience with students was wonderful. Teaching is my passion and I believe that every student can learn. Learning is a life long process.
University of Kerala India - Bachelors, Mathematics
University of Kerala India - Masters, Mathematics
Rebecca ...After college, I moved to Memphis. I am currently a high school Algebra I and ESL teacher. Due to my ESL experience, I have experience teaching math in Spanish. I am not perfectly fluent in Spanish, but my level of Spanish has been sufficient for teaching math lessons 100% in Spanish. I have experience with preparing my high school students for the math ACT and SAT tests as well. I absolutely love tutoring, teaching, and...
Harvey ...universities, and corporations—and interestingly enough, a ballroom dance instructor. My academic strengths are fairly broad, with expertise in mathematics and standardized testing. A couple fun facts about myself: I'm from New Jersey and of Italian decent, so I naturally love cooking and all things pizza. My favorite childhood book is The Giver by Lois Lowry, and favorite high school class was physics (rockets, easy winner). I enjoy playing guitar and ride my bicycle on a...
Jared ...math as my students continually remind me. I'm a certified Chemistry teacher and have taught Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physical Science, and Computer Science for the past 2+ years. During the past two years I've attended multiple professional development seminars on tutoring ACT Science and CTE courses. I can't wait to hear from you and start helping you understand and love those subjects that are giving you a little bit of trouble right now,...
Greenville College - Bachelors, Digital Media
Stephanie Hi, my name is Stephanie. I completed dental school in 2012, and I am currently doing additional specialty training at the University of Tennesee Health Science Center. I have a strong background in teaching and private tutoring, having tutored throughout high school and dental school and also having been a teaching aid and instructor in college and dental school. I am enthusiastic to bring my positive, caring attitude, strong communication and management skills, and detail-oriented...
Emily ...and my desire to work more closely with people of all ages. I have an extensive background in mathematics and first-hand experience applying math to real world problems while working as an actuary. One of my main strengths that has been utilized in my work experience is my ability to explain complex mathematical concepts to others and to test for their understanding. I have previous experience as a private tutor and feel that my educational...
Purdue University-Main Campus - Bachelors, Actuarial Science with a second major in Statistics and minor in Management
TBD (currently accepted at Southern College of Optometry and interviewing at Illinois College of Optometry, Arizona College of Optometry, and Pacific University College of Optometry) - Current Grad Student, Doctor of Optometry
Steven I have a BBA and an MSBA in Management Information Systems from the University of Memphis, and I am a former Instructor at Southwest TN Community College. I started working at Southwest as a Math Tutor, and I've tutored elementary and high school students. I have also assisted several colleagues with standardized placement and proficiency tests and with their undergraduate and graduate courses.... I first try to figure out where each student is academically. They may not know themselves, but I make the best determination that I can with my understanding of the subject area. Next, I begin working with them to bring them up to speed with where they need to be. I explain, demonstrate, and let them practice in their coursework. I try to keep them aware of their own progress, and work with them to bring them to the point where they can master material at a sufficient pace on their own.
University of Memphis - Bachelors, Management Information Systems
University of Memphis - Masters, Business Administration
Chad I am a third year student at the University of Memphis studying biomedical engineering, but in my free time I enjoy a variety of hobbies including running, kayaking, climbing, violin, guitar, and singing with my two younger sisters. This year I was the assistive devices intern at LeBonhuer Children's hospital customizing everyday items for kids with special needs. Previously, I have privately tutored different students in topics from paper editing to differential equations.... Make the material relatable to real world experiences. Often the best first step is to give a very broad purpose to the material, and then break the concepts into small steps before approaching the question as asked.