...First determine how the student learns: Is it through kinesthetic, auditory or visual instruction? Does the student use flash cards for general memorization or does he/she need verbal repetition (auditory) for results? Your child's learning style must be determined first for maximum results, an... (read more)
I am a qualified (B.Sc, B.Ed.) middle school mathematics teacher with 2.5 years of teaching experience.
I have earned my bachelor degree (B.Sc.Mathematics) and teacher's training course (B.Ed) from the University of Calicut. And I love math and children.
3 Subjects: includingGeometry,Prealgebra,Elementary Math
A recent Ph.D, passionate about research and statistical data analysis and analytics, I also have a Masters in Statistics from University of Arkansas. I love teaching Math and have more than 7 years experience teaching/tutoring at the University level. I have taught College Algebra (introductory, ... (read more)
My experience stems from both the practice and the teaching of quantitative research methods. My specific background is in social psychology, but I have consulted for projects in education, public health, and criminal justice. I am currently serving as an institutional researcher at a small public university responsible for data collection, analysis, and dissemination. (read more)
...During high school, I was a "peer tutor" for the Geometry class and intermediate algebra during my Senior year. I also worked in the library during the day, considering I finished all my graduation requirements early. I feel being a young tutor, I can help children a great deal because I am fresh out of high school and I know how hard certain classes can be now-a-days! (read more)