University of Central Florida (Civil Engineering)
I tutored after school for my last two years in High School. While I was attending University of Central Florida, I also did online tutoring specifically for math subjects. I know that I can teach this difficult subject in the simplest ways. Everyone I have helped told me they were surprised at how easy it is once I explain it to them. I love that I am able to teach a subject that seems difficult to most.
I really want to get back into tutoring partly because I know the best way to learn is to teach and partly because I know I have a gift of being able to teach this subject to all types of students. It is a great reward to be able to review and relearn the material while helping students understand it themselves. I have taken math classes up to Calculus 3 and differential equations. I am able to teach up to Calculus 2 confidently.
I understand the material completely and am able to easily teach the different subjects of math. I am going back to school to finish my civil engineering major with a math minor. I have helped students since I was a Junior in high school. I tutored students and friends all throughout my years in high school and college.
My days are mostly open right now. I will schedule my time around the most convenient times and places for you. My students are most important to me and I will gladly work on their schedule. I will focus on what you need help the most with, and I will show you how easy it is to learn and understand this subject that many people think is difficult. I tutored after school for my last two years in High School. While I was attending University of Central Florida, I also did online tutoring specifically for math subjects. I know that I can teach this difficult subject in the simplest ways. Everyone I have helped told me they were surprised at how easy it is once I explain it to them. I love that
When I first contacted Jean my son was getting a D in a make up online Geometry class and going down. Jean got him to a C after just the first session, and then to a B after the second session. But more important than the grade my son said to me after the first session " I actually learned math today, and now I understand". My son is "too cool for school" type so you can imagine how I felt about that!! Jean is the real deal.
Jean is by far a excellent and very knowledgeable tutor. She was very patient with my son and helped boost his spirits. When she left my son stated, " that was so easy, the way she explained it." Thanks Jean.
Jean was very patient with my ADHD 13 yr old granddaughter. She asked her questions and made her work during the lesson; it was not the tutor telling the student. I really like this method of teaching/tutoring because it makes the student think and not react. She explained the What does this mean, the Why it is done this way and the How you do it. Bree understood the concepts and the actual project. Bree had some 'homework' to complete after the tutoring session before she could actually submit her project in the form of a video. Bree got a 93.33% on the project, her teacher loved how she showed and explained each step as she completed it on her video. Bree(and we are too) is looking forward to her next session with Jean
Very easy and seamless communication with my son, he was able to comprehend the lesson and made a great connection with Jean.
Jean is such a great help. She is very patient and makes sure after you learn the material you know what you are doing. She will walk you though things and help you step by step. Such a great tutor. I recommend 10/10.
My eleven year old was excited about math for the first time ever! She is looking forward to the next session!
Jean is very helpful with my math. She is very nice and she gives me notes to help me understand my math better. When ever I'm having trouble trying to remember what I've learned in the past, Jean can help me get through it.
Excellent first session. My daughter is excited and encouraged now. Thank you for helping her with her inequalities in math! Can't wait until next session.
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