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Amber R.|Coral Gables, FL

$50-75/hr 5 yrs exp 24 yrs old

Syracuse University Alumna & Tutor, Teaches Lessons Inside And Outside The Classroom!

Responds within a few days
For three years, I professionally tutored underprivileged elementary schoolers at the Boys and Girls Club in Syracuse, New York. There were days I would be so proud of a kid for picking up a difficult concept that I would cry--I LOVE kids. I was also an art and science counselor at a SF Bay Area summer camp called Galileo, which emphasized innovation. I graduated from Syracuse University's S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with cum laude honors, a degree in television, radio and film and a minor in sport management; however, even post-grad, I am a lifelong learner: always reading, talking to people of different viewpoints and picking up new skills. At Cuse, I was also a tutor for student-athletes struggling at collegiate-level subjects and I often was the go-to friend for help studying, rewriting papers and optimizing job applications. I can tutor all ages in a wide array of subjects: English, Spanish, reading, writing, science, art, math, sports... you name it!
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Reviewed by Cristina O. 5/5 stars
Amber facilitated our e learning pod of four gifted 1st graders and she rocked it! E learning is tough with one child but four, opinionated, talkative kids in 8 different sections and different assignments is a beast and she navigated the children through it well. In addition, she did great social emotional work with the kids including daily affirmations, meditations and nature hikes. She is bright, organized, punctual and an amazing asset! Our school reopened and so our pod dissolved but she was great and navigated everything well!
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Karl D.|Mesa, AZ

$45-70/hr 10 yrs exp 40 yrs old

Science Graduate Researcher Passionate About Student Success

Responds within 4 hours
I teach hundreds of students every semester. With degrees in physics and mathematics, and minors in biology and computer science, I became an interdisciplinary science graduate student at Arizona State University (ASU), where I completed a Master's Degree in Bio-Electrical Engineering. I seek to undo the damage and negative effects students often suffer/endure from poor teaching practices. I strive to replace this distaste with a passion for the fundamentals of the subjects, just as a long line of teachers have done for me. I am constantly researching new ways, and inventing new tools, to teach. Currently, I am writing a book that will make these creative teaching ideas available and inspire further progression in education. Please contact me for professional, high-quality, state of the art tutoring. My extensive background knowledge of how language, art, and science intertwine allows me to appropriately teach children or college graduate students. Here is a brief summary of my teaching experience: 1. Private Math, Science, Language, and Writing instructor and tutor: 14+ years. 2. Over the past 14 years I've developed a specialty helping students with disabilities and learning disorders, most especially (I have extensive experience with) ADHD, but also Dyslexia, Anxiety, Autism, Spectrum Disorders, OCD, OCPD, PTSD, Vision Impairment, and others. 3. Math & Science Tutor Staff: (a) 6 months as a volunteer in a Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC) tutoring center. (b) One year as an employee in CGCC tutoring center. 4. Mentor for Wildcat Middle School 8th Grade Science Classes. 5. Physics Student Mentor - I assisted incoming freshmen students with their transition to the University of Arizona (UA) physics department. 6. Physics Factory Assistant - Helped UA math professor perform exciting science demonstrations and experiments for visiting junior high students. 7. Physics Undergraduate Council - I assist with the retention of UA physics undergrads by offering support and guidance. Represent the interests and needs of these students when meeting with the department head and faculty. 8. My family used to run a summer school for kids. As a teenager, I was a (fun) math teacher for 3 months every summer! 9. I come from a long line of teachers. My mother, both of her parents, and their parents dedicated their lives to education and teaching. 10. I have also tutored foreign students (Italian, Indian, Vietnamese, Chinese, Spanish) in English pronunciation, writing, accent reduction, et cetera. 11. Graduate Teaching Associate: 3 years. I currently teach hundreds of undergraduate students each semester at Arizona State University, while working on a book about science education, with aspirations to become a college teacher and educator.
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How much does a math tutor cost?
The national average rate on for hiring math tutors as of November, 2020 is $18.50 per hour. The cost may vary depending on your location, the tutor's years of experience, level of education, and the student's individual needs. The rate that you'll pay your tutor will also vary if you chose a one-on-one private math tutor lesson or if they have multiple students sharing the same session.
How do I know if my child needs a math tutor?
Your child may benefit from having a math tutor if you notice that he or she is having difficulty with numbers, gets constantly frustrated with math homework, or when grades start falling behind. In some cases, getting a few one-on-one sessions with a math tutor can help your child to regain confidence and get back on track.
What questions should I ask a math tutor during an interview?
The goal for hiring a math tutor for your child will be to improve their grades. Ask questions about the process each tutor uses to help kids they've worked with in the past. Also ask each if they are familiar with your schools' curriculum. Finally, see how long they are willing to commit to helping your child with their math assignments. Your child may get back on track after a couple of sessions or may need long-term help that could require a math tutor staying with them the entire school year.