|Liane M.||$75 per hour|
"One of the most valuable things anyone can learn is how they best learn and grasp new material," says tutor Liane M. "As a tutor, I make it part of my mission to help students develop learning strategies that can aid them both inside and outside the classroom." A Ph.D. student at Northwestern University, passionate about her research at the intersection of nanochemistry and x-ray physics, Liane's love of both teaching and research has led her to pursue a career as a professor, and in the meantime, she seeks any opportunity she can find to teach and tutor.
Bachelor's in Materials Science And Engineering, Cornell University
Master's in Materials Science And Engineering, Northwestern University
Music, Ballet, Art
|Louise H.||$100 per hour|
A high school math teacher, Louise has also tutored students in physics, calculus, and geometry. She believes that any student can be successful when given structure, clear expectations, and appropriate support.
Bachelor's in Computer Science, University Of Virginia
Master's in Secondary Math Ed, Columbia University
Christianity, Study Abroad, Finance
|Mary S.||$100 per hour|
Mary is a math teacher who has been teaching for thirty years. She has experience working with students of all ability levels, including those who have learning differences.
Bachelor's in Mathmatics, DePaul University
Master's in Math Ed, DePaul University
Reading, Current Events, Volunteering
|Victoria T.||$60 per hour|
"I believe that in asking questions and having the students think rather than telling them what to do, they will better retain that knowledge," says tutor Victoria T. A full-time accountant, Victoria has been a tutor since 2004.
Bachelor's in Business Economics, UCLA
Health & Fitness, Traveling, Concerts