# Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Lynn, MA

Kayla I am a very experienced high school and middle school teacher/tutor, as I have been tutoring or teaching in some capacity since August of 2010. I have always loved making personal connections with students and helping them make daunting studies (such as math or test preparation) more approachable. My favorite part of my job is empowering students to be more independent learners and helping them develop confidence in their abilities.

University of Minnesota - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics

Boston University - Master of Arts Teaching, Mathematics Teaching

Charlotte ...young people, especially young women. In the last year, I have visited 52 different towns and cities across much of Western Europe while living in France. While there, I was an English Teaching Assistant in Tours, located along the banks of the Loire river. I taught at a school of predominately underprivileged students of North African descent and was lucky enough to learn about their traditions and experiences in France. I have a real passion...

Colgate University - Bachelor in Arts, Mathematics and French

Ikenna ...of positive thoughts, events and outcomes. It is a catalyst and it sparks extraordinary results”. That being said, I look forward to the opportunity that will present itself through this company for me to contribute my own little quota. As a tutor, I understand that not every student is the same thus I try to understand the strengths and weakness of a student before devising a method which I believe would be a great study...

University of Massachusetts-Lowell - Current Undergrad, Chemical Engineering

Cynthia I have tutored a range of subjects at the middle school and high school levels. I am currently a graduate student at MIT in a dual-Master's program (MBA + MS mechanical engineering). I worked in renewable energy and energy policy for several years after obtaining my bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. I enjoy rock climbing, running, and playing outside in all kinds of weather.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Masters, Business sand Engineering

Ken ...with or worried about physical science courses or mathematics? I can show you how to solve problems in ways that will increase your understanding AND will increase your ability to complete them successfully for homework and tests. I am certified to teach physics at the high school level. I taught high school physics for 17 years before going on to further graduate study. I also have experience teaching mathematics at the community college level. I...

Cornell University - Bachelor in Arts, Physics

Cortland State - Master of Science, Secondary Science Education

State Certified Teacher

Larry ...successfully through math and physics over the years. I enjoy teaching these subjects because students can be helped to excel in them by learning to think in a quantitative way. This skill is important for life in our technological society. The best way to teach goes beyond "picking the right formula to use." Mastery of this type of subject matter comes from being able to ask "what is it I'm trying to accomplish by asking...

Stony Brook University - Bachelors, Physics

New York University - PHD, Physics

Brian ...I earned both my M.S. and Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. Prior to that, I attended Tufts University where I earned my B.S., also in Biomedical Engineering. During my tenure at Boston University I was responsible for teaching two undergraduate level engineering courses, requiring me to teach in both large classroom and one-on-one settings. I am most comfortable teaching quantitative sciences, although I also have experience teaching standardized tests and more qualitative subjects such as Biology...

Tufts University - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering

Boston University - Doctor of Philosophy, Biomedical Engineering

Maya ...graduated from Smith College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics. I am spending the next year pursuing my passion for teaching, before becoming a PhD candidate in the field of Applied Sciences and Technology at the University of California at Berkeley. I have been a tutor for the last few years. I have worked primarily with undergraduate physics and engineering students, both individually and in large groups. I am a great tutor because...

Smith College - Bachelor in Arts, Physics

Steven ...During my seven years of college instructorship (particularly in single and multivariable calculus) and three years of tutoring experience (SAT and GRE subject tests, as well as high school algebra and geometry), I have developed a unique style that leaves my students from a variety of backgrounds and abilities not only as vastly improved problem solvers, intuitive reasoners, and logical thinkers,but also with a deep appreciation for math's deep beauty and significance. Outside of teaching...

Yale University - Bachelors, Mathematics

New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences - PHD, Mathematics

Steve ...concepts. What I enjoy most is turning that intuitive understanding into a systematic understanding, which can then be applied to other systems in nature, showing how seemingly disparate situations actually share many similarities. I really enjoy showing how the simple act of knowing how to open a door can lead to a full understanding of torque, or how the same mathematics describes both a mass oscillating on the end of a spring and charge transferring...

University of Michigan - Bachelor of Science, Physics

University of Wisconsin - PHD, Physics