...I have worked at UNT's Learning Center for 3 years and I substitute teach for middle school and high school. My students often tell me that I am able to explain concepts in ways that make the material more clear. I am very patient and will spend time working on-one-on explaining the material in a way that is suited for the student. (read more)
...Students are looking for teachers who will not just determine the solution but will have prior experience on how to step by step elucidate the question. And I believe I could be a genuine tutor in those areas. I qualify to teach Alg 1, Alg 2, and elementary math because I have had a lot of expertise in those fields. (read more)
...I wanted to make my students understand the way she made me understand, in order to make math fun and not dreadful, as I know most students see itI try to tutor based on how my student's learn. Not one method is the same for everyone. I do my best to explain things and never go too fast. (read more)
...I can meet anywhere (typically a local library, Starbucks, or in the comfort of your home).
About me: I graduated from Texas Wesleyan University, with a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Secondary Education. I was an Algebra 1 teacher for 3 years and am specialized in STAAR test-prep. I have been tutoring off-and-on for 10 years, with an emphasis in Algebra, Geometry, and Pre-Cal. (read more)
...I believe open communication is the key to effective education. One of my favorite methods in teaching is to ask students questions about the problems they are working on, and using their response to gauge their comprehension of the material. I also work to help foster my students' sense of con... (read more)