University of Missouri - St. Louis (mathematics)
I have always had a special interest in teaching. For me, teaching is the best way to demonstrate that I fully understand material. With that being said, I devote myself to any and all material in a subject so that I may teach with confidence. This philosophy is how I approached tutoring for the University of Missouri-Saint Louis while I was obtaining my bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, which I achieved in 2014. Currently I am back in school to obtain my bachelor's degree in Mathematics, which I decided to finish after I realized that my true passion lies in teaching.
I approach teaching by assessing a student’s strengths and weaknesses, and using those assessments to develop a teaching style that the student will benefit the most from. While I tutor the student, I will try to isolate their weaknesses and then use their strengths to help them overcome their weakness and reach their goal. From my own studies with math, I realize that math is a subject that is understood in many different ways, so I remain patient with students that do not understand the material right away and try to adapt a different way to explain the subject so that they can understand it.
I specialize in algebra, algebra 2, trigonometry, and calculus. I tutored college algebra for 4.5 years in college.
I am available to work Monday and Wednesday from 8-12, Tuesday and Thursday from 9-3, and Friday at anytime. If you would like to meet on weekends, that could be arranged, just contact be via email to set it up. I charge $60 per hour for a 1-on-1 session at a location of your choosing.
I remain patient with students and try to find different ways to explain an idea.
I have a flexible schedule and is will to meet at any location. Please feel free to contact me for any edition information or references. I have always had a special interest in teaching. For me, teaching is the best way to demonstrate that I fully understand material. With that being said, I devote myself to any and all material in a subject so that I may teach with confidence. This philosophy is how I approached tutoring for the University of Missouri-Saint Louis while I was
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