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Trigonometry Tutors Available

SchoolTutoring Academy offers Math – Trigonometry 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.

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Glen J. – Trigonometry Tutor – North Las Vegas, NV
University of California, San DiegoMathematics
“Students learn more easily about topics that they are passionate about learning and are relevant to their personal lives.”
Graham P. – Trigonometry Tutor – Spooner, WI
University of North CarolinaPhilosophy
“All humans are naturally curious and this is the motive force of authentic education; the role of a teacher is not to dispense facts, but to help students to know themselves and the world in which they live; a good teacher is compassionate, intelligent, flexible, creative, open-minded, patient, curious, energetic, cooperative, farseeing, introspective, and happy.”
Gregory H. – Trigonometry Tutor – Halifax, NS
Mount Allison UniversityPhilosophy; Psychology
“While having the correct tools to apply is important, it does not replace critical thinking; anyone can copy down a formula like F=MA, but without understanding the basic premise of how the parts relate conceptually, and what they mean, one will have a very difficult time of applying them effectively.”
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Harlon W. – Trigonometry Tutor – Middlesboro, KY
Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KYHuman Services and Counseling
“Helping students learn effectively is an important role of a teacher.”
Harmanjit S. – Trigonometry Tutor – Oshawa, ON
Guru Nanak Dev UniversityPhysics, Mathematics
“I create a learner-centered and outcome-based learning environment, engaging students with the learning process at the intellectual level.”
Hassan S. – Trigonometry Tutor – Ottawa, ON
University of OttawaBiochemistry (Honours)
“I believe that education should be fun.”
Heather H. – Trigonometry Tutor – Baiting Hollow, NY
Montclair State University, New JerseyMathematics and Business Administration
“I have learned through the years that good things come from persevering through the difficult and painful circumstances in life.”
Hitesh C. – Trigonometry Tutor – Albuquerque, NM
University of California – BerkeleyPhysics
“As a planetary scientist currently at the University of New Mexico as a research fellow.”
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Ian L. – Trigonometry Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of GuelphAnimal Biology
“I believe education is the foundational element to a person’s entire belief construct.”
Ibrahim E. – Trigonometry Tutor – Jersey City, NJ
Saint Peter’s UniversityBiology
“I believe that everyone can succeed in life if he receives the right education regardless of their background.”
Ibukun D. – Trigonometry Tutor – Edmonton, AB
University of OttawaMathematics
“Every student is capable of learning.”
Ingrid J. – Trigonometry Tutor – Clarksville, TN
Tennessee State UniversityChild Studies
“As opposed to providing answers, education should bring out the individual’s natural ability to question, deduct, reason and learn.”
Ivor M. – Trigonometry Tutor – Olympia, WA
Cranfield UniversityLand and Water Management
“Everyone is capable of learning, its how you apply to the student’s own self interests that allows you to truly engage the learner.”
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Jacob C. – Trigonometry Tutor – Lenexa, KS
Johnson County Community CollegeComputer Science
“Do not be restricted to just school, education is something we need to embrace and look at as an art.”
Jaime B. – Trigonometry Tutor – Massapequa Park, NY
Marist CollegeMath & Secondary Education
“I believe there are three pillars of success: (1) know yourself, (2) know your students, and (3) know your content.”
Jake I. – Trigonometry Tutor – Los Angeles, CA
University of California – Santa BarbaraMechanical Engineering
“Slow and methodical step-by-step explanations are what most people need to learn math and physics.”
Jamarius W. – Trigonometry Tutor – Montgomery, AL
Alabama State UniversityMathematics
“An educator helps students realize their potential and focuses on improvement.”
James W. – Trigonometry Tutor – Lubbock, TX
Texas Tech UniversityBusiness Administration
“I believe each student is different and that the key is to determine the best method to help each individual to learn to the best of their own ability.”
James J. – Trigonometry Tutor – Naylor, GA
Valdosta State UniversityMathematics
“I believe in the old saying that where there is a will, there is a way.”
James C. – Trigonometry Tutor – Dewey, AZ
University of San FranciscoPhilosophy
“I like to present subjects in a manner compatible with the student’s unique learning strategies. Not all students learn the same way, nor in accordance with the present standard methods.”
James K. – Trigonometry Tutor – Huntington, IN
Huntington UniversityMusic
“My philosophy is that a child should have his education a top priority and motivated to learn as much as possible.”
James D. – Trigonometry Tutor – Pflugerville, TX
University of Illinois at Urbana – ChampaignCivil Engineering
“I believe that each student has untapped potential that can be brought to the surface by emphasis of learning techniques that play to the students strengths.”
Jamie A. – Trigonometry Tutor – Ottawa, ON
University of OttawaPhysics
“Any student can learn, but every student will come to understanding in a unique way. every student will love a subject if it is presented properly and they see some successes and growth in it.”
Jane W. – Trigonometry Tutor – San Diego, CA
University of California, BerkeleyEnglish Literature
“I believe that in teaching, the instructor must have a truly genuine interest in her student’s success.”
Janelle M. – Trigonometry Tutor – Windsor, ON
Lakehead UniversityEducation
“A classroom should be a place for a child be enlightened.”
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