...I find that anyone can learn math, but sometimes it just takes more time. I also find that students have an easier time overcoming difficulties in math when they are able to ask questions and explain to their teacher how they are thinking about the math. This happens most often and in an easier fashion when the student is one-on-one with the teacher or tutor. (read more)
...I am currently a full time college professor in Physics, Math and engineering. I am also working on my PhD at the University of Georgia. I tutor students outside of my classes as time allows. (read more)
I am a recent college grad with 6 years of tutoring experience ranging from elementary through college math. I just finished my student teaching in an 8th-grade math classroom while continuing to tutor elementary to high school students. If your student needs help in math, I'd love to talk to you more about it! (read more)
11 Subjects: includingTrigonometry,Geometry,Algebra 1,SAT Math
...I have TESOL certification from the University of Georgia. I am fluent in Spanish and have intermediate French speaking ability. I have both class-room and one-on-one tutoring experience.Completed Algebra with A+ (Gainesville College).
Completed other math courses, including calculus series and graduate math at Georgia Tech. (read more)
...If they take each lesson as a separate entity, it doesn't make sense. Unfortunately, there are lots of math teachers out there that are not enthusiastic about the subject, and that are just going through the motions, repeating lessons that they have taught for many years. I was not this kind of teacher when I was in the classroom, and I am not that kind of tutor now. (read more)