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Jeremy H.

PhD Student with Master's in Math and 5+ Years Teaching Experience.

PhD Student with Master's in Math and 5+ Years Teaching Experience.

$50/hour

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I have taught classes in mathematics and tutored at the college level as well as multiple grades and subjects at the high school level, including Algebra I and II, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Calculus, and Physics.

I have experience in not only mathematics, but many other fields I have picked up in my education, including a wide range of sciences (physics, astronomy, chemistry), and a broad liberal arts knowledge with success in writing, public speaking, philosophy, and logic. My...

I have taught classes in mathematics and tutored at the college level as well as multiple grades and subjects at the high school level, including Algebra I and II, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Calculus, and Physics.

I have experience in not only mathematics, but many other fields I have picked up in my education, including a wide range of sciences (physics, astronomy, chemistry), and a broad liberal arts knowledge with success in writing, public speaking, philosophy, and logic. My unique education background forced me to learn how to explain concepts by speaking and demonstrating in front of my peers and working one on one with professors. I find that my broad education helps me to better communicate with students and therefore help the students learn more effectively.

I strongly believe that mathematics cannot be forced onto a student. Mathematics is learned by experience and practice. As a student, I learned via student-led presentations and know first-hand how frustrating it can be to not understand something. I also know how much worse a teacher can make it by simply repeating instead of focusing on the student. I believe that anyone can learn if they are given the right atmosphere.


Education

Berry College
Math and Physics
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Masters
University of Tennessee Knoxville
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Subjects

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Elementary Math

Although I have had spent years in higher education, I still find joy in explaining topics in Elementary Math. Visuals and every-day explanations are, I believe, the core of Elementary Math, and believe it should be taught as a fun topic that becomes second nature. Students learn these things naturally, and as a result, I enjoy tutoring these topics in a way that relates them to the everyday uses we need them for.

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra II both at high school level as a stand-alone course, and at the college level as an integrated College Algebra course, I have additionally tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Calculus,

Calculus

In addition to my own education, I have taught AP Calculus at the high school level, as well as tutored many students in AP Calculus AB and BC from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Geometry,

Geometry

In addition to my own education, I have taught Geometry both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Physics,

Physics

In addition to my own education, I have taught Physics both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure and a lab+discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have taught Prealgebra subjects both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their thinking. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Precalculus

Precalculus

In addition to my own education, I have taught Precalculus both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra II both at high school level as a stand-alone course, and at the college level as an integrated College Algebra course, I have additionally tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Calculus,

Calculus

In addition to my own education, I have taught AP Calculus at the high school level, as well as tutored many students in AP Calculus AB and BC from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Discrete Math,

Discrete Math

In addition to my own education at the college level which included classes in discrete logic, discrete programming, proof structures, and combinatorics, I have taught discrete subjects in math at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Geometry,

Geometry

In addition to my own education, I have taught Geometry both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Physics,

Physics

In addition to my own education, I have taught Physics both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure and a lab+discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have taught Prealgebra subjects both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their thinking. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

In addition to my own education, I have taught Precalculus both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Trigonometry,

Trigonometry

In addition to my own education, I have taught Trigonometry both at the college and high school levels, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Linear Algebra

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Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra II both at high school level as a stand-alone course, and at the college level as an integrated College Algebra course, I have additionally tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Calculus,

Calculus

In addition to my own education, I have taught AP Calculus at the high school level, as well as tutored many students in AP Calculus AB and BC from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Geometry,

Geometry

In addition to my own education, I have taught Geometry both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Physics,

Physics

In addition to my own education, I have taught Physics both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure and a lab+discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have taught Prealgebra subjects both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their thinking. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Precalculus

Precalculus

In addition to my own education, I have taught Precalculus both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.

Science

Physics

Physics

In addition to my own education, I have taught Physics both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure and a lab+discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra both at the college and high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

In addition to my own education, I have taught Algebra II both at high school level as a stand-alone course, and at the college level as an integrated College Algebra course, I have additionally tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Calculus,

Calculus

In addition to my own education, I have taught AP Calculus at the high school level, as well as tutored many students in AP Calculus AB and BC from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Geometry,

Geometry

In addition to my own education, I have taught Geometry both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure, flipped classroom model, and a discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.
Physics

Physics

In addition to my own education, I have taught Physics both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure and a lab+discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding.

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Ratings and Reviews


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Reviews


Great experience!

Jeremy was very easy going and patient with my son while tutoring him in Algebra 2. He built a good rapport and that made for a good learning environment. We will definitely continue to use him.

Tony, 3 lessons with Jeremy

Patient Tutor With Large Range Of Knowledge

Jeremy has been fabulous at supporting both my 14 year old and my 18 year old. He is able to take on anything from Algebra through AP Calc and even AP Physics! We are so lucky to have found him and I am sure we will be working with him for years to come!

Lisa, 4 lessons with Jeremy

Great Intro to Physics 221 tutor

We went over the first couple chapters in my physics 221 class and practiced problems concerning specific concepts. Also helped with some questions I was stuck on with my weekly homework! Really appreciate the help!

Caroline, 8 lessons with Jeremy

Very Knowledgeable

Jeremy knows how to relate Mathematics in a way I can easily understand. He is very personable and I enjoy working with him. He is helping me become successful in my Algebra 2 Class

Jim, 12 lessons with Jeremy

Great teacher

Jeremy has been super easy to work with. I have accomplished a great deal with him during our sessions and plan to continue to work with him.

Robin, 42 lessons with Jeremy

Excellent Tutor!

Jeremy takes his time and is very patient. He has an insight with mathematics and uses techniques and strategies that are student friendly. We are very pleased with our son's progress!

Mel, 5 lessons with Jeremy
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