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Barton T.

Patient and Experienced Mathematics Tutor

Patient and Experienced Mathematics Tutor

$40/hour

  • 781 hours tutoring

  • Fayetteville, AR 72701

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Hey my name is Barton T. and I have been working as a professional tutor for three years. I am currently heading into my senior year for my mathematics degree at the University of Arkansas. I graduated high-school from ASMSA, which is a two-year residential program run by the U of A administrative system that offers college level classes. My professors along with the unconventional courses offered from this school gave me the extra nudge into the field of mathematics that motivated me to...

Hey my name is Barton T. and I have been working as a professional tutor for three years. I am currently heading into my senior year for my mathematics degree at the University of Arkansas. I graduated high-school from ASMSA, which is a two-year residential program run by the U of A administrative system that offers college level classes. My professors along with the unconventional courses offered from this school gave me the extra nudge into the field of mathematics that motivated me to become a tutor. I believed that since I was pursuing a higher education in mathematics that it was very important for me to go back to the fundamentals and solidify them. What better way to do this than through teaching it to others? I have come to enjoy tutoring because I love seeing that "aha!" moment on a student's face when they finally understand a troublesome concept. It is one of my top goals as a tutor to make my students look forward to the next session as they might not the class or especially the homework!

As I mentioned above, I am pursing a degree in pure mathematics. I enjoy this branch of mathematics because it involves modeling real world systems and problems. I have found that math is more appealing to me and the majority of my students when the numbers have an actual meaning attached to them. I have taken two years of architecture courses as well and learned a great deal about sketching and looking at problems in terms of the whole as well as its pieces. I have applied this to my teaching and rely heavily on sketches as well as models in some instances. One of my most useful tools for teaching is my white board and colored expo markers which I bring to every session. The use of several colors and a large surface make it easy for me to clearly portray the whole problem as well as each step involved within it. For long term students I encourage a folder specifically for our sessions that I help keep organized according to that student's specific learning style.

I do want to make it known that I take my job very seriously and hold myself to a high standard. Without working under a direct employer anymore I strongly welcome well-thought out feedback on anything my students or their parents think I did great or could improve on. Also, with tutoring being such versatile work I do have a cancellation policy that will result in a charged session for no–call-no-shows without a 24-hour notice. I realize this isn’t always possible so I am willing to drop that cancellation charge a certain amount if I have even a two or three hour notice. However I try to be as fair as possible and understand emergencies do happen. I have never had any problems with multiple no-call-no-shows or late arrivals so this is not something I put much time into worrying over. I do group rates which are negotiated on based on the subject matter, travel time, and amount of students. As I’m looking for long term students I also give lower hourly rates the more frequently a student receives tutoring from me. As a way to see if I make a good fit for the student I offer the first lesson completely free of charge if I don't meet my student's needs.

Feel free to contact me with any questions and I look forward to working with you!

Barton T.


Education

University of Arkansas
Mathematics

Policies

  • Hourly rate: $40
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Travel policy: Within 40 miles of Fayetteville, AR 72701
  • Lesson cancellation: 3 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 1/6/2014

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

GMAT

Corporate Training

GMAT

Elementary Education

Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have tutored for three years through the Olde Tyme Tutors business based out of Rogers, AR. I have worked primarily with elementary school students but have also received up to undergrad students through the company. While I have not received actual training in teaching younger students I have acquired much experience over the past three years. Subjects tutored include math, reading, writing, science, study skills, typing, and history. I have set up several homework groups through Olde Tyme Tutors where up to 6 students would come to work on homework and have me help them with any problems they encountered. All of my students have ended with B's and A's in their selected subjects. On some occasions I tutored directly at the school and was able to maintain a working relation with the students' teachers as a way to keep track with their progress and see where they were struggling the most.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

I have been a tutor for three years now and have worked with several students on study skills. I have become very accustomed to teaching study skills, so much so that I now bring a folder for each my students to keep notes of what we go over and to help them write clean, organized, and useful notes.
Elementary Math

English

ACT English, ACT Reading, SAT Reading

Homeschool

Calculus,

Calculus

In high school I scored a 5 on my AP BC Calculus exam. I went on to Cal III my freshman year and also began tutoring calculus and other mathematics that semester. Since then I have studied differential equations and advanced calculus within the real and complex planes. The combined education and experience has helped me obtain new perspectives on the subject and allows me to quickly see where you are having problems.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have tutored for three years through the Olde Tyme Tutors business based out of Rogers, AR. I have worked primarily with elementary school students but have also received up to undergrad students through the company. While I have not received actual training in teaching younger students I have acquired much experience over the past three years. Subjects tutored include math, reading, writing, science, study skills, typing, and history. I have set up several homework groups through Olde Tyme Tutors where up to 6 students would come to work on homework and have me help them with any problems they encountered. All of my students have ended with B's and A's in their selected subjects. On some occasions I tutored directly at the school and was able to maintain a working relation with the students' teachers as a way to keep track with their progress and see where they were struggling the most.
Geometry,

Geometry

My high school was a residential math and science charter school. While there I focused on mathematical topics. Afterwards I went on to study pure and applied mathematics at the University of Arkansas. I began tutoring as a freshman and have kept up with it since. I really enjoy this work and geometry in particular as it's one of the easiest maths to visualize and connect to the real world.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have been tutoring for 8 years and began with exclusively prealgebra students. I have since learned and taught higher level mathematics, but no matter how complex a problem it always comes back to the fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring early stages of mathematics, because it helps keep things in perspective for me. Too often math is treated as disassociated fields of study when in reality they are just various tools for describing thoughts and ideas. I've noticed that in the majority of students I work with there is usually some fundamental flaw in their techniques that is disguising itself as many problems later on. From seeing both ends of this spectrum I've developed an acumen for teaching the most basic of math in a way that doesn't trivialize it.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

In high school I scored a 5 on my AP BC Calculus exam. While the topics covered on this exam were more sophisticated than those of precalculus they are by no means less important. Precalculus is the mental primer that helps you look pass an equation into its' patterns, behaviors, and properties. I have tutored for this course every year and I am still coming across new techniques and twists to old problems. Each problem can be viewed in an array of ways and I can help find the one that most helps you understand the material.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

I have been a tutor for three years now and have worked with several students on study skills. I have become very accustomed to teaching study skills, so much so that I now bring a folder for each my students to keep notes of what we go over and to help them write clean, organized, and useful notes.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, SAT Math, SAT Reading

Math

Calculus,

Calculus

In high school I scored a 5 on my AP BC Calculus exam. I went on to Cal III my freshman year and also began tutoring calculus and other mathematics that semester. Since then I have studied differential equations and advanced calculus within the real and complex planes. The combined education and experience has helped me obtain new perspectives on the subject and allows me to quickly see where you are having problems.
Discrete Math,

Discrete Math

I am a senior mathematics major with a physics minor. I took discrete several years back and came out with an A. I use this area of mathematics fairly often and I am very familiar with the material.
Geometry,

Geometry

My high school was a residential math and science charter school. While there I focused on mathematical topics. Afterwards I went on to study pure and applied mathematics at the University of Arkansas. I began tutoring as a freshman and have kept up with it since. I really enjoy this work and geometry in particular as it's one of the easiest maths to visualize and connect to the real world.
Logic,

Logic

I have taken and completed a math logic course with an A. It's was one of my mathematics major degree requirements and I have used logic extensively since in the pursuit of elementary to advanced math proofs. It is a subject I have put many hours into and devoted countless sheets of paper to logical equivalence tables; as a result I feel very comfortable teaching it.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have been tutoring for 8 years and began with exclusively prealgebra students. I have since learned and taught higher level mathematics, but no matter how complex a problem it always comes back to the fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring early stages of mathematics, because it helps keep things in perspective for me. Too often math is treated as disassociated fields of study when in reality they are just various tools for describing thoughts and ideas. I've noticed that in the majority of students I work with there is usually some fundamental flaw in their techniques that is disguising itself as many problems later on. From seeing both ends of this spectrum I've developed an acumen for teaching the most basic of math in a way that doesn't trivialize it.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

In high school I scored a 5 on my AP BC Calculus exam. While the topics covered on this exam were more sophisticated than those of precalculus they are by no means less important. Precalculus is the mental primer that helps you look pass an equation into its' patterns, behaviors, and properties. I have tutored for this course every year and I am still coming across new techniques and twists to old problems. Each problem can be viewed in an array of ways and I can help find the one that most helps you understand the material.
Trigonometry,

Trigonometry

My high school was a residential math and science charter school. While there I focused on mathematical topics. Afterwards I went on to study pure and applied mathematics at the University of Arkansas. I began tutoring as a freshman and have kept up with it since. Trigonometry is an exciting course in how it provides a bridge between the most basic of shapes, the triangle, and descriptions of periodic behavior.
ACT Math, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, SAT Math

Most Popular

Calculus,

Calculus

In high school I scored a 5 on my AP BC Calculus exam. I went on to Cal III my freshman year and also began tutoring calculus and other mathematics that semester. Since then I have studied differential equations and advanced calculus within the real and complex planes. The combined education and experience has helped me obtain new perspectives on the subject and allows me to quickly see where you are having problems.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have tutored for three years through the Olde Tyme Tutors business based out of Rogers, AR. I have worked primarily with elementary school students but have also received up to undergrad students through the company. While I have not received actual training in teaching younger students I have acquired much experience over the past three years. Subjects tutored include math, reading, writing, science, study skills, typing, and history. I have set up several homework groups through Olde Tyme Tutors where up to 6 students would come to work on homework and have me help them with any problems they encountered. All of my students have ended with B's and A's in their selected subjects. On some occasions I tutored directly at the school and was able to maintain a working relation with the students' teachers as a way to keep track with their progress and see where they were struggling the most.
Geometry,

Geometry

My high school was a residential math and science charter school. While there I focused on mathematical topics. Afterwards I went on to study pure and applied mathematics at the University of Arkansas. I began tutoring as a freshman and have kept up with it since. I really enjoy this work and geometry in particular as it's one of the easiest maths to visualize and connect to the real world.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have been tutoring for 8 years and began with exclusively prealgebra students. I have since learned and taught higher level mathematics, but no matter how complex a problem it always comes back to the fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring early stages of mathematics, because it helps keep things in perspective for me. Too often math is treated as disassociated fields of study when in reality they are just various tools for describing thoughts and ideas. I've noticed that in the majority of students I work with there is usually some fundamental flaw in their techniques that is disguising itself as many problems later on. From seeing both ends of this spectrum I've developed an acumen for teaching the most basic of math in a way that doesn't trivialize it.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

In high school I scored a 5 on my AP BC Calculus exam. While the topics covered on this exam were more sophisticated than those of precalculus they are by no means less important. Precalculus is the mental primer that helps you look pass an equation into its' patterns, behaviors, and properties. I have tutored for this course every year and I am still coming across new techniques and twists to old problems. Each problem can be viewed in an array of ways and I can help find the one that most helps you understand the material.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

I have been a tutor for three years now and have worked with several students on study skills. I have become very accustomed to teaching study skills, so much so that I now bring a folder for each my students to keep notes of what we go over and to help them write clean, organized, and useful notes.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2

Other

Study Skills

Study Skills

I have been a tutor for three years now and have worked with several students on study skills. I have become very accustomed to teaching study skills, so much so that I now bring a folder for each my students to keep notes of what we go over and to help them write clean, organized, and useful notes.

Science

ACT Science

Special Needs

Study Skills

Study Skills

I have been a tutor for three years now and have worked with several students on study skills. I have become very accustomed to teaching study skills, so much so that I now bring a folder for each my students to keep notes of what we go over and to help them write clean, organized, and useful notes.

Summer

Calculus,

Calculus

In high school I scored a 5 on my AP BC Calculus exam. I went on to Cal III my freshman year and also began tutoring calculus and other mathematics that semester. Since then I have studied differential equations and advanced calculus within the real and complex planes. The combined education and experience has helped me obtain new perspectives on the subject and allows me to quickly see where you are having problems.
Elementary (K-6th),

Elementary (K-6th)

I have tutored for three years through the Olde Tyme Tutors business based out of Rogers, AR. I have worked primarily with elementary school students but have also received up to undergrad students through the company. While I have not received actual training in teaching younger students I have acquired much experience over the past three years. Subjects tutored include math, reading, writing, science, study skills, typing, and history. I have set up several homework groups through Olde Tyme Tutors where up to 6 students would come to work on homework and have me help them with any problems they encountered. All of my students have ended with B's and A's in their selected subjects. On some occasions I tutored directly at the school and was able to maintain a working relation with the students' teachers as a way to keep track with their progress and see where they were struggling the most.
Geometry,

Geometry

My high school was a residential math and science charter school. While there I focused on mathematical topics. Afterwards I went on to study pure and applied mathematics at the University of Arkansas. I began tutoring as a freshman and have kept up with it since. I really enjoy this work and geometry in particular as it's one of the easiest maths to visualize and connect to the real world.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

I have been a tutor for three years now and have worked with several students on study skills. I have become very accustomed to teaching study skills, so much so that I now bring a folder for each my students to keep notes of what we go over and to help them write clean, organized, and useful notes.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, GED, SAT Math

Test Preparation

Praxis,

Praxis

I have tutored for this exam before and have covered the mathematics material for it many times over in my past four years of tutoring. I am familiar with the most up to date layout, scoring, and content of it as well. I can teach or provide an abundance of example problems for any of the content.
ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT Science, GED, GMAT, PSAT, SAT Math, SAT Reading

Ratings and Reviews


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4.9 (211 ratings)
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Reviews


Very smart and easy to learn from

He goes into very great detail on how to do the problems you have trouble on.

Nicholas , 5 lessons with Barton
Tutor responded:

Thanks for the feedback Nick! I'm glad to hear I was of help.

Very Smart, Talented, and Patient

We covered partial fractions, integration by parts, and basic u-substitution. He is very easy to understand and clearly describes concepts

Steven, 13 lessons with Barton
Tutor responded:

Glad I'm able to help out! Thanks for the feedback too, I'm always happy to hear how I'm doing!

Excited about Geometry

Our daughter just completed her first session with Barton. She is excited about Geometry for the first time this year. And in just one session she learned key concepts that will allow her to move forward. We are thankful to have found Barton!

Ann, 13 lessons with Barton

He really helped break down everything and make it easy to understand

He really helped break down everything and make it easy to understand each question and how to do each step.

Kelsey, 13 lessons with Barton

A lot of help!

Barton helped me to understand the material presented in a way that I didn't get in class. I left this session knowing a lot more than when I came in! I look forward to more sessions this semester.

Haley, 1 lesson with Barton

Excellent tutor.

Barton has helped Rachel understand some very difficult math and I intend to use him as her tutor on a regular basis.

Rachel, 3 lessons with Barton

Very good and dependable tutor

Barton is tutoring my son and really knows his math. He shows up when he says he will, helps Tyler to understand Calculus 2, and I really really appreciate him constructing my son a study sheet... This is invaluable and Barton is truly doing a great service to the community! We will always think so highly of him. Can't thank you enough Barton!!!!

Renee, 26 lessons with Barton
Tutor responded:

Thanks for the kind words Renee! It's a pleasure knocking out integrals with Tyler, and I am glad to have such a great student for the semester.

Great Tutor

My son used Barton for Calculus and he was awesome! Really helped my son understand. We will be using him this next spring semester!!!

April, 13 lessons with Barton
Tutor responded:

Thanks for the feedback April! I always love hearing back from my students to know if I was a help or not. It was a pleasure working with your son and I am available for any help he needs in the future!

Great Tutor Overall

Smart guy, knows a lot about the subjects listed and connects with the student. Knows what he is doing and is a friendly person overall.

Colin, 16 lessons with Barton

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