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Jansen Gibson

Academic Specialist
Hey, my name is Jansen Gibson, and I'm a math, science, and standardized test specialist working out of Nashville, Tennessee. I've been working as a teacher, tutor, and academic coach in various capacities for the past 5 years in everything from pre-algebra to calculus, physical science to AP chemistry, and PSAT, SAT, ACT, and LSAT. I work with students from 6th grade to college, and have particular experience in helping students struggling with ADD/ADHD, dyslexia and dysgraphia, and autism spectrum disorder. My teaching style is all about learning material not just in the way that you can pass a test, but sharing and speaking on ideas in a way that allows a complete fluency on topics. I lead with a conversational approach that allows us to talk through concepts from introduction to mastery, exploring each stop along the way to ensure ideas aren't memorized, but connected. I would love the chance to speak with you about you or your student's needs, and see how we can learn together.
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Jacob Rozema

Biology and Biochemistry tutor with 5 years of tutoring experience
Hi! I'm Jacob Rozema. I graduated from Grand Valley State University with a degree in Biology. I've tutored college students in biology and biochemistry for 3 years at Grand Valley State University and another 2 years here at HeyTutor. Students would come for hour-long tutoring sessions when they signed up for a tutor. I would answer any questions that they had about the material and would help them with difficult concepts to understand something better. I would also help prepare for upcoming tests. I believe in providing tutoring sessions in which learning is fun and concise, helping to make material much easier to understand. One of my tutoring strengths is being empathetic towards students, because I know what it's like not understanding difficult concepts. I enjoy putting myself in students shoes and being able to explain concepts in a step by step manner and going over it as many times as it takes. I like to help my friends and other students understand things that they can't figure out on their own.
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Mark Cooper

CAD Design Manager
A.S. Drafting and Design Technology 10 Years Industry Experience My experience will not only allow you to accelerate your CAD proficiency, but also provide you with the expectations of employers and CAD teams in the design industry to position you as a prime candidate for the market. Your success as a CAD design professional goes well beyond the CAD workstation. During my last ten years of professional CAD experience I have learned these two things: 1. There are many great opportunities in this industry which exist in a vacuum for normal individuals who wish to pursue a design career. 2. With the changing state of employment around the world now is the best time to enter into the STEM field.
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Jordan Cunningham

PA-C, Biology undergraduate degree, 3 years tutoring experience
I graduated in 2015 from Stevenson University with my Bachelor of Science in Biology. I tutored various courses in my undergraduate career including general chemistry and biology courses, nursing-based chemistry and anatomy and physiology. I recently graduated in 2019 with my Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies and currently practice as a board-certified PA.
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Madeline Sarmas

English Tutor
I am a passionate, engaging English teacher! I am certified to teach Language Arts, grades 6-12. Additionally, I have experience teaching English as a second language, as I spent two years in South Korea teaching ELL students.
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Hilary Stegina

Endicott College Grad with 10+ Years Experience
Hi! I'm Hilary. I am currently a second grade teacher on the Northshore of Boston. I've taught both first and second grades, and I have worked in all grades k-5. I love teaching reading, math, and writing to students. Helping kids see their potential, find confidence, and succeed is what my dreams are made of. Let's connect!
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Joann Montoya

Happy to Tutor You!!
An enthusiastic, creative and highly organized educational leader with a Master of Science in Education as well as a specialization in Literacy. A patient and empathic instructor, who had a passion for working with students.
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Cierra Powell

Elementary Education Tutor K-6
Hi! My name is Cierra Powell. I graduated from Utah Valley University with a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education. I love learning!
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Josephine L.

UCF Master's Degree with 15+ years of tutoring experience
Education has always been a big part of my life. In grade school, my teachers would often ask me to work with other students in class who needed assistance with the current lesson. This gift of being able to help others resonated with me and I realized very quickly that everyone does not learn in the same way. In high school, I volunteered with students with special needs and discovered there are many ways to communicate and teach. At San Jose Staté University, I worked as a Student Assistant for the Disability Resource Center and learned how to use students’ strengths to improve areas that were more challenging. While working on my Master of Fine Arts Degree at the University of Central Florida, I worked at the Institute of Reading Development teaching advanced reading skills to students from Kindergarten to professional adults. After completing my graduate degree, I worked as the Director of the Theatre Department for STAR Education creating specialized curriculum for afterschool enrichment programs in 3 school districts, managing teachers, and teaching students in Kindergarten through 5th grade. My immense and diverse teaching experience has shown me that the most important skill a student can learn is to believe that she/he can do it. Self-confidence is the greatest support to learning and I believe in encouraging my students to know they have what it takes to succeed. As a tutor, I aim to support, motivate, and instill a sense of responsibility in my students. I believe in advocating for students and, more importantly, empowering them to advocate for themselves. I like working with students and families to make learning manageable and enjoyable. Studying is a very specific skill and I give my students the organization tools they need to understand how to study efficiently and effectively.
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Taylor Bigsby

In Person and Online Homeschool Educator.
Inspiration is the rent we pay to roam amongst the Earth. My number one objective is to provide my students with the best methods and tools possible during our time together that will better serve them in finding their own understanding of the lessons. I will show you how to think never what to think. If you repeat it because I’ve told you then I’ve failed. My goal is to teach in a way that empowers you to the point that when you think of what I’ve taught you, you no longer think of me because you now have your own understanding.
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Renita Moss

Business Management Expert
I have been in business management for 21 years, I offer a wealth of knowledge and experience. I have an undergrad in Business Administration with a Legal concentration and a Master's in Business Management with a Human Resource concentration. My passion is helping others and I look forward to assisting with your success.
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Jewel Ausberry

Teacher with 20+ Years of Inspiring Success with Students!
Personal Statement I am an educator and a life-long learner. I am rooted in the fertile soil of academia. My life-long pursuit and legacy is to foster and inspire my students to soar to new academic heights. I have been an educator for 20+ years. I love children and helping them to reach their full potential. I have received awards and many accolades in this profession, but the reward of lighting the fire of inspiration for love of academic pursuits where none existed or was severely diminished is priceless! The Teacher's Oath I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant: I will respect the hard-won gains of those educators in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow. I will apply, for the benefit of my students, all strategies known to be effective, avoiding busy-work in favor of work with real meaning to the students and their families. I will remember that there is art to teaching as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the textbook reading or the multiple choice test. I will work with my colleagues to inspire one another to achieve excellence. I will not be ashamed to say "I know not," nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed to help my students. If it is given me to enhance a life through teaching, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to cast a shadow over a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. I will remember that I do not teach a lesson plan, or a reading deficiency, but a human being, whose skills may affect the person's future family and economic stability. My efforts will aim to teach the whole child, and help that child develop in mind and spirit. If I do not violate this oath, may I enjoy life and art, respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of teaching those who seek my help.
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Kyle Myers

Never Make Another Math Mistake
I specialize in SAT/ACT preparation, while tutoring the current math class(es) as well. I also tutor all college classes from College Algebra to Calculus 3. Most students either maintain a good grade or make at least two letter grades improvement by the end of the quarter. For the SAT, the student and parent set a goal number (usually 700+ or to max out the score with 800), and we set a plan of study and tutoring to achieve past that goal number by the time the SAT needs to be taken. I have been tutoring since 2011- mainly Mathematics, but I sometimes dabble in the Sciences and College Paper Editing. I've tutored through various learning centers and now my own business, MyersMathematics.com I have 4 years experience in public and private high school and middle school teaching math and science We can keep in contact with the teacher to track progress, stay on top of new material, etc. We also use Khan Academy for extra practice if needed. Devout Christian, husband, and father of two wonderful girls.
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Gaheun Cha

Let's learn Korean!!
I would like to help you study Korean. I had been worked for Korean broadcasting for 7 years as an anchor, weather caster and reporter. Also I taught Korean in Canada for 2 years. Study Korean with experienced tutor who understands foreign learners difficulty and make your Korean very easy to understand. I really love my job as a Korean teacher so I always wanted to be a good and caring and motiviating teacher who will help to make my students study successful.
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Ben Z.

Private Tutor
Private tutor, experience working in Special Education.
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Dr Ray

Statistics | Finance | Economics & All Sciences | GRE | GMAT
>> Prompt & Open Communication Guaranteed << Statistics | Finance | Economics | All Sciences DISSERTATION ADVISORY Discussion Board Assistance, Exam & Quiz Preparation, Papers & Essay Assistance I offer expert tutoring in all Undergraduate & Graduate Level Courses. My expertise includes: STATISTICS | FINANCE | ECONOMICS | GMAT | GRE | AP I have an MBA from Cornell University as well as a PhD (dissertation: Engineering | Robotics | Artificial Intelligence). I scored in top 3% in GMAT, and top 5% in GRE Why do I Tutor? I have had an incredibly exciting career in corporate America, however, as an Independent Tutor I can devote extra time to other projects that I am currently passionate about, such as writing a book and going to Law School to finish my degree. ==> Consider Some Results: High School I have had high school students successfully complete multiple AP exams with 4’s and 5’s. Plus, students that earned scholarships at prestigious universities. Undergraduate I have had undergraduate students work with me on GMAT | GRE | LSAT and earn admissions in grad schools. Many of my students have increased their GPAs and gained overall confidence in subjects that formally made them anxious. Graduate I have assisted many graduate students in their dissertation - from proposal stage to the final published product. I manage QUALITATIVE || QUANTITATIVE || MIXED METHODS dissertations. . The dissertation process is very specialized, unique, and requires maximum attention to detail to ensure the student meets the requirements of the committee members. I have helped many students successfully earn their doctorate degrees. SURVEY DESIGN, DATA EXTRACTION, IRB MANAGEMENT, STATISTICAL ANALYSIS to DEVELOPMENT OF CODES AND THEMES. Post-Graduate | Corporate I have helped my professional clients complete articles for journal publications as well as prepare presentations to be given at their workplace. In this realm, the focus is on assisting my clients shine in their corporate positions. I have many client referrals. Why this Matters to You? Just as I am dedicated to my existing students’ success, I am dedicated to all my students - from high school to post-graduate to corporate clients. Once we begin working together, I absolutely will be dedicated to your success. Is there a Guarantee? I am authentic and transparent. This means if you want to have a free initial consultation to get to know me, I am happy to oblige. My goal is to ensure transparency upfront. I value your time and energy and by spending a few extra minutes to ensure we understand the expectations going forward - we will have set the path toward success! REVIEWS Please spend a few minutes and read the reviews of my actual students and clients. I also have many other referrals from students, corporate clients, and even students’ parents. How do I Tutor? In-person & On-line I tutor many of my students via Skype, GoToMeeting & in-person. I have a professional web camera, audio sound system, and I take advantage of both a digital whiteboard and classroom style whiteboard. After most lessons, I take photos of the classroom whiteboard and email for the students to review. > > REFERRALS ALWAYS AVAILABLE < <
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Calen Cavallaro

Geology graduate
Currently trying to save up for grad school tutoring seems like a great fit!
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Nicole Godinez

7th & 8th ELA Teacher
Hello my name is Nicole Godinez, I am a Special Education Teacher that works with Mild/Mod and General education students. My experience in teaching is 2 years prior I was subbing for 5 years. During my time teaching I was a ELA teacher for both 7th an 8th grade. Even in SpEd we still had to keep up with the Gen Ed curriculum. I am available for after school virtual learning and in person with social distancing in mind. I do have family members with underlining health issues which is why I prefer virtual.
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Darron Hannah

Doctor Tutor
Darron Hannah received his B.A. in English education from Georgia State University. He went on to earn his Master of Education in leadership and administration, his Education Specialist in curriculum and instruction and his Education Doctorate in education curriculum and instruction from Liberty University. Darron has proceeded to build on his career in education as an education specialist in curriculum and instruction adept in both in person and online. He prioritizes student engagement and connection and is experienced in teaching students from K-12 to college level. He has been tutoring English, Math, Science, and Social Studies, as well as test prep, for over six years and uses a student-centered approach, teaching skills and strategies in order to prepare students for the ACT/SAT. Throughout his schooling, Darron was involved in reading clubs, spelling bee, track, and basketball.
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Maribel Hernandez

B.A in Sociology and Chicano studies with 2 years of Tutoring English
Hello! My name is Maribel. One of my greatest passions in life is teaching. I was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, and experienced great success at school and at University due to amazing and unforgettable teachers. This is the foundation of my commitment to helping out my students, whatever their abilities may be. I have been tutoring for 2 years in various settings — tutoring small and large groups, private individual tutoring, and tutoring in suburban, and urban classrooms and home settings. I tutor students of all levels.

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Re: Bivariate normality

by: Shahzad Hasan • 15 days ago
The “regular” normal distribution has one random variable; A bivariate normal distribution is made up of two random variables with a given correlation. The two variables in a bivariate normal are both are normally distributed, and they have a normal distribution when both are added... Read More
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Re: IN ARIZONA For deductions in filing TPT taxes for a commercial property of apartment rentals, would the deduction on sales for resale be the rental income that was charged only for rent for that specific month only?

by: Donald Broussard • 15 days ago
No, you must accurately state the amount of rent received at time of due date based on adjustments and changes might alter the books if you do not have the cash on hand.
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Re: Precalculus Vector Word problem

by: Andrew Windsheimer • 22 days ago
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