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SchoolTutoring Academy offers Math – Calculus tutoring across all cities in the U.S. and Canada. Please call us at 1-877-545-7737 (PREP) to schedule tutoring with any of our available tutors.

Tutoring Options: All Subjects >> Math >> Calculus
Aaron B. – Calculus Tutor – Louisville, TN
Cleveland State UniversityElectrical Engineering
“I believe that most people are capable of learning any subject of interest as long as the information is presented at the proper pace and in a way that is familiar and doesn’t skip steps.”
Alex D. – Calculus Tutor – Corvallis, OR
University of OregonWomen’s Studies
“It would be my responsibility, specifically with math education, to try different teaching strategies until the student is able to grasp the material.”
Alexa S. – Calculus Tutor – Winnipeg, MB
University of ManitobaApplied Mathematics and Statistics, Economics
“I believe that students should be taught how to apply classroom knowledge in the real world; if even only in the simplest sense.”
Alexander M. – Calculus Tutor – Toronto, ON
McGill UniversityMathematics
“I am profoundly committed to a career of effective teaching and fostering scholarly activity.”
Alexander A. – Calculus Tutor – Huntington Beach, CA
University of CaliforniaMath
“Education should be a tool to empower students to reach their fullest potential.”
Alexandra C. – Calculus Tutor – London, ON
University of Western OntarioBiology
“I believe it is important to identify where the student is struggling, and implement a learning strategy that works with the student’s learning style.”
Alexandra H. – Calculus Tutor – Ottawa, ON
University of OttawaChemical Engineering
“To me, the most important thing about education is learning how to learn.”
Alfred E. – Calculus Tutor – Saint John, NB
Royal Military College of CanadaElectrical Engineering
“Listening, Observing, and Doing leads to learning.”
Alia E. – Calculus Tutor – West Newbury, MA
University of Massachusetts – BostonPremed & Women’s Health
“I am committed to fostering an environment where students appreciate the learning process and are able to find their style of learning that works best for them. I think that everyone has a spark within him/her where learning becomes enjoyable.”
Allison B. – Calculus Tutor – Tallahassee, FL
University of MichiganActuarial Mathematics
“I strongly believe that learning can be fun, engaging and beneficial for students once educators have pinpointed the correct methodology to work with the student.”
Amy C. – Calculus Tutor – Vancouver, BC
University of British ColumbiaChemistry
“My primary teaching philosophy is to be inquisitive and enthusiastic about the subjects I am teaching in order to encourage students to be the same.”
Andrea B. – Calculus Tutor – Mason City, IA
University of Northern IowaMathematics
“I think it is important to vary teaching based on the student’s way of learning.”
Angela F. – Calculus Tutor – Surrey, BC
Trent UniversityMath, English
“My philosophy as an educator is best summed up with the words of Linda Albert: “Children may not always remember what we teach them, but they will never forget how we treat them.””
Angela M. – Calculus Tutor – Hamilton, ON
McMaster UniversityMathematics
“When a student can develop and prove a method, it is almost certain they will not forget it.”
Ann B. – Calculus Tutor – Farmington, MI
Madonna UniversityMath
“There are many methods for doing most problems in math. I believe in showing my students the simplest method so that it will help them be as successful as possible.”
Anna V. – Calculus Tutor – Jacksonville, FL
Illinois Institute of TechnologyChemical Engineering
“I try to narrow down what the students know and do not know in order for them to get the most out of the experience.”
Ardiana C. – Calculus Tutor – Brampton, ON
University of Western OntarioMathematics
“Implementing new learning strategies successfully and continually, during classroom teaching or private tutoring.
Avery W. – Calculus Tutor – Boulder, CO
CU BoulderMathematics
“It is a teacher’s responsibility to adapt to the student’s ability level and unique learning style, breaking down complicated material to clear and cogent chunks.”
Baraka R. – Calculus Tutor – Syracuse, NY
Syracuse UniversityComputer Engineering
“My educational philosophy is that everyone with the hope to succeed in academics should receive the gift of knowledge by sharing and learning from one another.”
Ben M. – Calculus Tutor – Alexandria, MN
University of ArizonaMathematics
“In order to become a successful educator, you need to possess three key elements: subject knowledge, communication of that subject knowledge, and patience.”
Ben H. – Calculus Tutor – Waterloo, ON
Mount Allison UniversityBiochemistry
“The best learning involves focus and brain work, but it should always be fun and rewarding.”
Bestos F. – Calculus Tutor – Charlotte, NC
University of BueaMath
“I believe that students need a secure, caring and a stimulating atmosphere to grow and mature intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially”
Brian S. – Calculus Tutor – Park Hills, KY
Bowling Green State UniversityB.Sc; Education (Mathematics and Political Science)
“Teaching should take into account the concept that not all students learn the same way.”
Brian S. – Calculus Tutor – Kingston, MA
Bridgewater State UniversityMathematics
“My patience is one of my best qualities, and if a student doesn’t understand something the first time then I need to find another way to explain the concepts.”
Bruce Z. – Calculus Tutor – La Jolla, CA
San Jose State Univ.Mathematics
“My educational philosophy can be simply described to be: “Teaching mathematics through Socratic or “Discovery” method uniquely combined with “Positive Reinforcement” techniques.”
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