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I am Michael Aylesworth, a retired engineer/entrepreneur and a High School Math and Science Teacher. I have a Master of Arts in Teaching degree which gives me a keen approach to instruction. I am a certified and teacher in Washington with endorsements in Physics, Mathematics, and Earth and Space Science. My Bachelor of Science in General Science and Associates in Science serve to highlight my broad base in Biology and Chemistry, and my primary focus of Mechanical Engineering culminated ... See more
I love what I teach, and I have a passion for helping my students. Math is more than a subject for me, it is part of my identity, and I believe it can become the case for every student I am helping. I want to make sure that the students I am working with will be able to solve similar problems by themselves. I share tips and hints that made me successful so that my students can be successful as ... See more
What type of bear dissolves in water? A polar bear!
Now that I have your attention, let me introduce myself. I hold a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry, for which I had to take many hours of chemistry, math, and physics classes. In addition, I have a Masters of Science in Cancer Research, and I have extensive knowledge of micro- and molecular biology. I am comfortable teaching a wide variety of chemistry, math, and biology lessons, and I look forward ... See more
I graduated with the highest GPA out of all of the Physics majors for my year, and nearly every elective I took was in pure Math, to the point that I was only one computer science class away from dual majoring in Math. I worked for my university's Math Center as an undergraduate, tutoring everything from introductory chemistry to advanced linear algebra and analysis, and I have tutored several students on my own in various subjects, as well. My ... See more
Hi, I’m Sophia Robinson! I’m a Bay Area native but I ended up at UW for college and now I can’t get myself to leave Seattle, I just love it too much!
I graduated from the #51 nationally ranked high school with a 3.8 GPA, and scored a 30 on the ACT (95th percentile).
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I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Pomona College. My liberal arts education gave me a rigorous foundation in writing and critical thinking, along with my math expertise. I have taken graduate coursework in educational psychology, and have experience teaching and tutoring students as young as 5 years old and as old as 75. It's never too early or late to acquire new knowledge! My tutoring experience has ranged across subjects from mathematics, chemistry, writing, test prep, ... See more
I have recently graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelors in Linguistics and a minor in Math and Applied Math and over a year working as a tutor, grader, and assistant for middle and high school math. I'm especially able to help with exams and am familiar with the content of AP level tests. I also have an understanding of fundamentals, so I can also work with specific difficult concepts and hope to help them make sense ... See more
Maddie (they/them) is a non-binary, queer-friendly tutor with a passion for social justice, math, and arts of all forms. They have an MA from Seattle U, & a WA Teaching Credential for K-8 education, Middle Level Math (6th-8th, Algebra, Geometry), and Visual Arts (painting, drawing, and digital illustration). They are extremely passionate about Universal Design and love working with students of neurodivergence, since they are in that spectrum as well.
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I have a Bachelor's in Studio Art and Physics and have been tutoring students from middle school to college level for three years. I believe in finding a method of learning that suits students' particular learning styles and finding ways to engage them in the subject material by making it feel more relevant to their interests
Seattle has become one of the fastest-growing cities in the technology sphere housing some of the most influential companies in the world. People flock from around the world to Seattle for career opportunities, and that can be incredibly overwhelming. Just like the city’s weather, this can lead to some really gloomy feelings, especially if you’re falling behind in your trigonometry course. We at HeyTutor get this all too well, and while our trigonometry tutors in Seattle can’t change the weather, they are ready to help you succeed in your class.
Math is pretty tough for most people, but luckily, with the right guidance and help, students can flourish in ways they and their parents never dreamed imaginable. Unfortunately, because Seattle is growing so fast, schools are becoming crowded and teachers often don’t have the time or resources to properly give every student the individual attention and help that they need. Frequently this is through no fault of the teacher or the student; even if they’re both doing all they can, sometimes there just aren’t enough hours in the day.
In these situations, it’s easy to get discouraged from pursuing further math related courses or careers, and even could lead you to want to drop the course. We believe that if a student is putting in the requisite time and effort, they should be able to flourish. Trigonometry tutoring in Seattle can the key to the success that you and your student desire. If you find that you’re doing okay in trig, but can’t seem to get a grasp on other subjects, we have incredible local tutors in almost every subject imaginable, so give us a call!
I have a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering from Duke University. Coupled with more than 7 years of tutoring, I make an excellent tutor for an array of academic disciplines. I specialize in technical subjects and guarantee A+ grades in your assignments, essays, lab reports, assessment tests, and homework. Hire me now!
Hi student. I can help you with math. I too was recently a student and I know the struggle. I made it through and can help you make it through too. I've been tutoring math for over five years and have paid my way through college by doing so. I've gotten pretty good at it. My students have been of all ages; the youngest being about 7 years old and the oldest being nearly 60. I'm well ... See more
My undergraduate work was in Biology.
I taught for the Boston Public Schools for over a decade. During this time period I completed my graduate studies in Education at the University of Massachusetts at Boston and received Massachusetts Teaching Certification in Biology and General Science. I have taught all the Secondary Sciences and Maths.
After the completion of my Student Teaching at Quincy, Massachusetts Public Schools, I taught Chemistry at Quincy College.
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Whether you're looking to catch up or get ahead, I want you to have great problem solving tools.
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Hi! I'm a Physics teacher who has also taught and tutored Chemistry, Biology, and Math (Algebra through Calculus). I've been teaching for 5 years, and been tutoring since I was in high school (it was called peer tutoring back then). I just finished a MA at Teachers College in Columbia University and I have Physics and Education degrees from Washington University in St. Louis.
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Patient and willing to help out students from all grade levels. I hold a bachelors degree in Financial Mathematics and have worked with students from grade 6 through college over the past 6 years of my tutoring career. SAT Math Tutor/ College Tutor specializing in College Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calc for 3 years. Recipient of Robert Shannon McElwain Prize- Mathematics.
I would love to mainly help students with algebra, pre-calculus, and Java concepts. But I am also open to anything related to those topics as I have been a tutor before and am a problem solver.
To be sufficient in a subject is to be able to perform the problems assigned to you. To be proficient in a subject is to be able to perform any problem that could be assigned to you, or at least tackle them adequately. In our fast-paced society, more times than not, students are educated just to be sufficient in a subject. My intent as a tutor is to educate a student to master that subject -- to be proficient in ... See more
My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics abilities. After graduation, I was presented with the opportunity to join a network of USC alumni providing tutoring services to the surrounding community. Through this network, I began tutoring elementary and middle school students in their homes, gaining more subject experience and acquiring a ... See more
I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native language it's Spanish. I started tutoring when I was on my third year of college back in El Salvador. My dad (who's also a physicist) worked as a teacher for 40 years, I dare to say I inherited my passion for ... See more
If you’re taking trigonometry, chances are you’re pretty smart and plan on taking more math courses in the future. It’s often not made clear how important trigonometry is to these future courses; calculus, for example. If you find yourself in a calculus course having forgotten everything from trigonometry, one of our fabulous Seattle-based calculus tutors are here to teach you everything you need to know about trig, and how to apply it to your current course.
We know how frustrating it can be to meet with a tutor that says they know what they’re doing, but when you sit down they know less than you do! For this reason, all of our Seattle trigonometry tutors (and all of the tutors HeyTutor works with) are only the most experienced, well rounded professionals who are going to commit to helping you succeed. We require each tutor to have a minimum of five years experience tutoring as well as a bachelor’s degree, so you can be sure you’re dealing with a college-educated, qualified individual.
We also require that all of our representatives are skilled professionals who will make it their highest priority to match you up with a tutor that fits your exact needs, be they experience level, personality traits, availability, etc. You can specify all of these with one of our representatives to get the matching process started so you can move forward with your Seattle trigonometry tutoring.