My name is Ashley Arroyo, and I am a student in the Commonwealth Honors College at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. I am a freshman this year, as a business major. I tutor students by having them prepare questions and processes that they need help with, and walking them through problems by helping them understand the concepts that involve it.
I have a bachelors in Mathematics, a Masters in Applied Mathematics, and am currently going for my PhD in engineering. I believe learning should be fun and should be relatable. If a student has no interest in cards then a probability question using them may not make sense.
Hi, my name is Ben. I am a 2nd semester at the University of Massachusetts. I give tutor lessons to other college students who are struggling in a variety of math courses and some science courses. I am a very straight forward teacher, I try to give you tips that help you visualise the conceptual part of the problem. If I can help you with that then it makes every problem become much easier.
I research and make lesson plans that adapt to the student's abilities and knowledge. The key part to understanding math is through clear explanation and lots of practice. I have taught students of different skill levels so patience and understanding the student are skills I have.
My name is Tan-Tan Narcisse. I am an architecture major at Umass-Amherst. I have a strong math background. Therefore my lessons are available to all walks of life. My techniques and methods depend on the students. In other words, I do not believe one-size-fits-all plans. As the oldest child of my family with experience in tutoring, I have a considerable amount of patience in any circumstance.
I teach math by making subjects relatable. I use lots of visual tools, many of which I design myself using engineering simulations. I try to make math fascinating and fun. I teach up Calculus 3 and college-level statistics. As I teach, I empower my students to use math in their daily lives.
A UMASS undergraduate student studying Resource Economics with an Information Technology minor. Resource economics involves economic analysis using quantitative methods (i.e statistics, calculus, algebra,etc). I am passionate about mathematics and love to teach it.
I would be able to help peers with any homework questions they may have and provide a different way of looking at material if they do not understand their current coursework. Giving examples often helps people learn on better levels.
I am a Chemistry major at the University of Massachusetts. I've had tutoring experience both in high school, and as a volunteer in college. I prefer to teach by learning what the student already knows, work on misconceptions, and show efficient ways to solve the problem he/she is having. Student who struggle typically think it's their fault.
I am a fourth-year college student studying Biology, and I can tutor elementary through high school students in mathematics, biology, and ecology. I teach material one on one at the student's pace and I am clear, patient, and understanding.
I graduated from Wayland Academy in Wisconsin. I am a computer science student at UMass Amherst, also planning to double major in Statistics. I am here to share my passion for Mathematics with you, help you strengthen your Math skills, help you solve (not do!) your homework. I do not have a lot of experience in teaching, so I am looking forward to learn from you and listen to your comments as well.
High school graduate who has completed math courses up through college-level Multivariable Calculus. Has experience teaching math to peers and younger students. Uses discover-based approach to learning, which entails helping students experience the autonomy of learning a skill by their own work with guidance from a teacher, which to leads to more memorable learning and better retention of material.
I am a senior electrical engineer at UMass Amherst, I teach college calculus 1&2, all high school and middle school math levels. I've been described as an enthusiastic tutor who explaines the concepts in mathematics very well.
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