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Alex is a wonderful tutor for my precalculus course. Always on time, extremely accurate information and excelent teaching/explanation skills.
My daughter Laura was struggling with algebra and geometry for a test. The tutor was fantastic. Much better value than other companies.
Amazing patience for kids of all levels. And gets results regardless of the math class and skill level. Really builds a foundation of skills that the kids will use in future classes as well.
Marc is an amazing tutor. I hired Marc to tutor my learning disabled daughter to prepare for an entrance exam at a local technical college in Denver. My daughter struggles both socially and academically. Marc was able to bridge both gaps for a very successful experience. Marc was always punctual and reliable and has the creativity and flexibility to work well in a very challenging situation. I give Marc two thumbs up and would wholeheartedly recommend him to anyone looking for an excellent tutorial experience.
I have received tutoring for my GRE test and have been very satisfied with the services. My tutor knows the balance between challenging and supporting and makes difficult math concepts much more digestible.
Dan is a very helpful, concerned math, physics, chemistry, and ACT tutor. Whether its homework, test prep, or just review Dan always knew his stuff and was always ready to answer and help me with all of my subjects. I have aced many tests and felt much more prepared for the ACT because of him. I would recommend him for both one on one and group sessions for all grades in high school.
My son Max was using the online tutoring with JoAnne. He learned so much from her and loved using new techniques for the ACT. He was always excited to learn more from JoAnne as she always helped him with ways on how to help him improve his score. I highly recommend k12 learning! I loved receiving an email on what they worked on and what Max needed to do to help improve. Thank you!
I tutor math at any level as well as introductory physics. I enjoy helping students get unstuck with difficult problems and making the concepts make sense.
I have an elementary education degree with an ESL endorsement. I spent time tutoring children all throughout my college career, and this is what I am passionate about. I enjoy working with students one-on-one and building a relationship with them as well!
I am a Denver based tutor. I'll travel in the Denver metro area as well as teach remotely to help you improve your scores.
I became a math tutor 10 years ago. I have a BS in math and education and recently earned my MS in math from the University of Denver.
Patience and trying to convey things in different facets helps people to grow faster.
I am a teacher at a school in Denver and have a passion for helping students learn how to help themselves succeed in school.
I work with students in a private or small group setting. I am a teacher with over 20 years of teaching experience.
I have experience tutoring middle school and high school mathematics classes and special areas of student needs.
I am a BVSD middle school math teacher. I currently each 7th and 8th grade math and I would love the opportunity to tutor your student in math. I have experience working with below, at, and above grade level students. We can work on current material being covered in class, as well as review material, preparing for tests and study techniques.
I have more than a decade of experience tutoring students of all ages in a wide variety of subjects. Over the years, I have honed my science and math skills with my extensive educational background. Because I am widely traveled, multilingual and hold diverse degrees from several schools, I can help the student understand why and how STEM concepts are used in the world today. I am prompt, responsible and personally invested in the success of my students. My prices are competitive and my hours are flexible. Serving the students of: Longmont, Mead, Firestone, Frederick, Lyons, Berthoud, Erie and Niwot
I offer teaching in mathematics. I have 12 years of experience in mathematics education. I offer one-on-one teaching experience to customers.
I have twenty-five years of experience teaching writing (prep school) and freelance writing and editing (academic and trade manuscripts); reasonable rates, attentive to detail, conscientious about meeting clients' needs, consistently meets deadlines
I have been a professional tutor for the last 2 years and have helped students achieve their goals in all levels of math, reading, and writing. From teaching 4th-6th grades to serving as a senior outdoor education instructor, I have held many roles in education. I currently hold a professional license to teach in the state of Colorado and am a certified Calming Kids Yoga instructor. I also helped revamp the curriculum for the National Youth Leadership Training Institute with the Boy Scouts of America. I have experience with Everyday Math, Singapore Math, Every Child a Reader, DIBBELS, Readers and Writers Workshop, and other elementary programs. Clients can expect my tutoring sessions to be targeted to the individual needs of my students. We will use a variety of mediums to meet the needs of the student. I believe that communication is critical between teachers, tutors, and families to help maximize our time together. I typically meet families in their home for 1-2 times per week. Having a professional teaching license, I am quite familiar with the goals and objectives of an elementary curriculum and seek to connect students in engaging ways with the material. I believe that hands-on education helps provide opportunities for all students to critically analyze our world. One such example of capitalizing on little loved resources came when I tutored a lesson on the rock cycle to a small group of students. Out of the box, I deliberately selected the worn down, wrapper-less, seemingly uninspiring crayons that most students would throw away in an effort to be creative. These brave little volunteers would serve as my test subjects. Slowly, I cut the crayon bits into small chunks. One could feel the excitement in my room! After taking turns pounding on the tin foil to represent pressures within the Earth, we exposed the crayons to heat via a dumpster dived candle and reused piece of tin foil leftover from our mystery meat camp dinner. My students synthesized their own theories before we compared what actual Stem scientists had concluded. And, best of all, this lesson used recycled materials!
If you don't get it, I'll help you find your way. I'll help you speak math not rote memorization of arithmetic.