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Dena B.

7:00-8:00 PM EST Study Hall

Teacher of the Year 1998

MIT alumna, Duke graduate, licensed math teacher. Over 35 years of experience. Ms. Belvin began tutoring in 1986 in Texas. She then pursued her Bachelor's and Masters degrees and a career in education. She has continued to tutor students grades K - college in math, science, Spanish, reading, organizational skills and executive function skills. Ms. Belvin is well-versed in a wide variety of approaches to math skills and knows that we all think and process differently. She works with each student to identify the optimum path for that student to solve a problem. Ms. Belvin focuses on the neural development that math fosters, helping each person to achieve their maximum potential.

Duke University

35 Years of teaching experience

Leo S.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

AP Calculus Reader (AB+BC)

Dynamic teacher with 30+ years experience teaching high school mathematics, including Algebra, Geometry, Precalculus & AP Calculus! I have 7 years experience working for Collegeboard as part of the staff that reads and scores AP Calculus exams. All students can be successful in their mathematics courses! I take pride in being able to provide visual, algebraic and/or verbal strategies to help students master mathematical concepts. I promote a learning atmosphere that welcomes questions, providing a safe place to explore and learn. Taking AP Calculus? I have over 15 years experience teaching this course. I am able to provide insight into strategies to help students not only master the concepts, but also earn more points on the AP exam. What ever high school math course you are taking this year, I would be happy to help you find success and confidence!

Eastern Michigan University

30 Years of teaching experience

Thomas M.

M.Ed., Ed.S.

Meet Mr. Meyer, your guide to mathematical success! My journey to becoming a teacher began when I discovered my love of math in high school. My math teachers unlocked this love and future profession for me. In those classes I learned that an engaging, caring, and knowledgeable teacher could activate almost anything in a student. I loved my experience so much I basically decided never to leave high school! I only briefly stepped out of high school to earn my degree from the University of Missouri. After that, I went right back, just teaching this time around :). I have worked in schools both domestically and abroad, both public and private, and taught Alg 1, Alg 2, Geometry, Trig, Math Analysis, Precalculus, IB Math SL and PLTW IED. I continued to refine my craft as a teacher by earning Master’s and Specialist degrees. While teaching, I have also sponsored clubs and NHS, been a coach, served on district committees, and worked with Young Life as a leader and part-time staff person.

University of Missouri

19 years of teaching experience

Graham S.

5:00-6:00 PM EST Study Hall

2010 Teacher of the Year

My name is Graham Smith, and I LOVE math. I have been a classroom teacher for seventeen years, in both middle school and high school settings. In that time, I was named the Central Kentucky Special Education Collaborative Teacher of the Year. I have been given numerous awards by students, led professional development sessions on student engagement, and been dropped into a dunking booth by students dozens of times at the end of the school year (the greatest honor of all). Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 are my specialties, but I also love Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, and remedial mathematics. I think math is beautiful, elegant, and interesting. A student who fills their mathematical toolbelt with skills will always be able to build something incredible, and it's my job to be sure a student is stocked with the tools they need. Once a student becomes an expert in the tools of the trade, the sky is the limit.

University of Kentucky

9 Years of teaching experience

Andrew D.

2023 GMC Coach of Year, Masters Degree in Sports Management

After 10 years of teaching math in an urban public school, I have developed a passion for both math education and creating lasting relationships with my students. Math anxiety is what often stands in the way of how students engage with the subject, and my goal is to help students realize their true potential within. I enjoy fostering an engaging and accessible environment where students feel comfortable asking questions, and are safe to work through challenges with support from someone who is passionate about teaching them. I have always been interested in math, and decided to major in Education and Mathematics when I entered college at Walsh University. I have a decade of experience working with high school age students in many levels of math, with specific specialties in Algebra 1 and Geometry. I am looking forward to engaging students of all skill levels and needs in their mathematics education!

Walsh University

10 years of teaching experience

Jennifer G.

2012, 2022 Educator of the Year

I am an energetic and passionate teacher with over 25 years of teaching experience. I have taught and tutored at both the high school and college level, in a wide variety of courses. Some of the courses I have taught and tutored include Developmental Math, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Statistics, and AP Statistics. I have a master's degree in Mathematics Education, and I was named an Educator of the Year in 2012 and 2022. I am also the Mathematics Department Chair at the high school where I teach. I am always trying to better myself as an educator and I believe my students benefit from that! It is so important to be a life-long learner. Many students have convinced themselves that they are just "not good at math". I want to help them to understand that learning to work through the productive struggle can make all of the difference!

Millersville University

25 years of teaching experience

Craig S.

2015 Teacher of the Year

My name is Craig Southern. I have been teaching mathematics at the high school level for 18 years am looking forward to helping your student at Superstudy. During that time, I have taught Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Probability and Statistics, and Calculus. I have taught Precalculus, Calculus, and Probability & Statistics as College in High School courses. I directed the after school tutoring program for approximately 10 years at my previous district. I was recognized as a Teacher of the Year in 2015. I have spoken at district level and state conferences regarding online course development and online course resources that I have created. I am excited to have the opportunity to apply my expertise in math and my experience tutoring students to improve your students' performance and understanding of their coursework in math. I believe very strongly that a student has an easier time doing math when they understand why they are doing what they are doing. I look forward working with your student.

Duquesne University

18 Years of teaching experience

Cindy N.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

Exemplary Teacher and Communicator, MST

An effective teacher, communicator, facilitator, and leader. Proven ability to focus student learning and to drive student mastery of subject material. Demonstrated ability to create positive learning environments blending pure mathematical theory with practical applications and situations. Classroom experience teaching pre-college and secondary level mathematics using web-based materials. Experienced with Zoom and its tools in order to provide instruction to students in an online environment.

Boston College

20 years of teaching experience

Jumoke B.

7:00-8:00 PM EST Study Hall

Winner of the TI Excellence in Teaching Award

Math isn't hard, I promise! Hi! My name is Ms. B.. I moved here from Texas about two years ago. This is my 18th year as a teacher and I have taught 5th-8th grade and I now teach high school freshman math. Math and the integration of technology is my passion. I graduated with my bachelor's from Texas A&M and my master's from Texas A&M-Commerce. I am currently working on my doctoral degree in educational technology. I have written chapters 1-3 of my dissertation and will conduct my actual study hopefully before the end of the year. In 2009 I won teacher of the month for my district and in 2018 I won a $10K Excellence in Teaching Award from Texas Instruments.

Texas A&M

18 Years of teaching experience

Ruth K.

MA in Math Education

With more than 25 years of teaching experience, I bring a great blend of knowledge, compassion, and enthusiasm to discussions with students. My students know me as a patient, caring, encouraging, and inspiring teacher; and because of this, I have developed a longstanding, positive rapport with students. I have had the privilege of working with students in grades 5-12 and in all levels of math typical for these grades. From Pre-Algebra to AP Calculus, the rewards have been rich while helping students build their confidence and unlock their own potential. I have earned both a bachelor's and master's degree in secondary math education; but the most profound personal and professional growth has come from working with over 1600 students in my teaching career. Each student offers a unique way of thinking mathematically; and working with the individual student is what has inspired me most as a teacher.

University of Minnesota

25 Years of teaching experience

Megan J.

Lighthouse Award

Sharing my love of math with other humans is my specialty! I have been a math teacher for three years. Previously, I was a math tutor during my undergraduate program at Bellarmine University in Louisville, KY. Prior to college, I tutored math to my peers while in high school. I’ve always loved math. My favorite topic is algebra, but I enjoy all areas. I’ve had experience in all different grade levels from elementary to college. I was not always the best at math. I had to attend tutoring sessions myself, but it didn’t stop me! I believe my experience with struggling in math courses gives me a unique perspective on how to teach humans how to math.

Bellarmine University

3 years teaching of experience

Natalie G.

Master Degree in Applied Mathematics

Meet Ms. Natalie Griswold, your AB/BC Calculus Guru! Looking to conquer Calculus and ace your exam? Look no further! With over 33 years of experience lighting up math classrooms, Ms. Griswold is here to guide you through the wonderful world of limits, derivatives, and integrals. Calculus is Ms. Griswold's specialty. She has been helping students like you master this challenging subject for years, and her passion for it is contagious! Whether you're struggling with a specific concept or just want to brush up on your skills, Ms. Griswold has the expertise and enthusiasm to get you there. She believes in making math not just understandable, but enjoyable. She'll break down complex ideas into clear steps, using real-world examples to show you how powerful and relevant calculus can be. She empowers students, and creates a supportive and encouraging environment, where you'll feel comfortable asking questions and getting the help you need. Her goal is your success!

University of Massachusetts

33 years teaching of experience

Matt R.

MA in Teaching and Learning

Tired of Math feeling like some random set of rules with no meaning and endless processes? Want to see the beauty and interconnectedness of Math? Want to know why? Then I am the right tutor for you. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics (Engineering Math) and a Master's of Science in Teaching and Learning with a Mathematics emphasis. I am in my 17th year of teaching Math and excel in diagnosing student misconceptions, and making Math visual. During these 17 years I have taught just about every high school course there is, but have a speciality in AP Calculus AB and BC.

University of Colorado

17 Years of teaching experience

Gina K.

Mathematics Department Head

Students thrive when learning math with me because I truly care about their success. After receiving my Masters in Mathematics Education, I had a great opportunity teaching math to preservice elementary teachers and working as a math specialist in the Learning Center at Elmhurst College. This helped me understand the importance of the basic concepts and how to best help students when working one-on-one. The next 20 years I spent teaching math and psychology at a small independent school in the Chicago area. As the math department chair of the K-12 math program, I interacted with students and the curriculum at all levels. The small classes gave me the opportunity to know my students well and to teach them 2 or 3 times during their high school career. I look forward to sharing my expertise here at Superstudy.

Northern Illinois University

20 Years of teaching experience

Brandon L.

5:00-6:00 PM EST Study Hall

MA in Teaching

A fine mathematician meets questions with certainty, intuition, and an eye for the aesthetic. My academic journey began at Brandeis University. There, I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and later pursued a Master of Arts in Teaching. For three years, I dedicated myself to teaching mathematics at public high schools in Massachusetts. Presently, I am writing my thesis to complete my MSc in Applied Mathematics at the University of Amsterdam. To me, mathematics and its education are my life's passion. My teaching philosophy is best summarized in the words of Henri Poincare, who noted that "in becoming rigorous, mathematical science takes a character so artificial as to strike everyone; it forgets its historical origins; we see how the questions can be answered, we no longer see how and why they are put. [...] intuition must retain its role as complement." I strive to present mathematics as a captivating narrative by first posing intriguing questions. Only then do we proceed with formal definitions.

Brandeis University

5 Years of teaching experience

Algebra
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Calculus

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Dane F.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

2021 Teacher of the Year

Science should be taught and tutored with real life experiences that make the work easier to digest and understand I enjoy making science information humorous and relatable. I have bachelors degrees in Business and Plant Science from NC State University, and a masters and Ph.D. in Genetics from Penn State University. I have over 25 years of teaching experience, having taught and tutored college biology, genetics, biochemistry, plant physiology, and forensics. I received the Starnes Award for Excellence in Teaching as Full Professor at Pfeiffer University. I was voted Teacher of the Year in 2021/2022 at Brunswick Early College High School. I have taught AP Biology, AP Chemistry, and currently teach Honors Biology and Honors Chemistry. I live near the coast in NC with my wife and 17 year old son, 5 cats and 2 dogs, including a wonderful new German Shepherd puppy named Gracie! I am trained as a plant breeder and enjoy developing and growing food for chefs in my spare time, along with growing lots of plants in my landscape.

Penn State University

25 Years of teaching experience

Amanda A.

Masters in Teaching Math & Science

Igniting Passion for Science Hello! My name is Amanda and I am excited to help students dive into the world of science. I have a master's degree in teaching math and science & 4 years of teaching experience. Prior to teaching, I was a professional in the fisheries biology field, giving me unique expertise in real-world science. Having honed my skills at a project-based high school, I’ve cultivated a passion for fostering authentic learning experiences that resonate with students’ lives. Drawing from my background in biology and environmental science, I’ll bring real-world relevance to our online sessions, making abstract concepts tangible and engaging. But it's not just about the subject matter—it's about the student. I strive to create an inclusive and nurturing environment where every student feels empowered to take risks, question, and grow. Through personalized learning sessions, I aim to develop critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills. I am excited to help

Seattle Pacific University

4 years of teaching experience

Alejandro C.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

Masters in Education

Experienced Biology and Chemistry Tutor with 9 years of comprehensive teaching and tutoring experience dedicated to nurturing academic excellence in diverse student populations. Award-winning educator, credentialed in Biology and Chemistry, adept at simplifying complex scientific concepts aligned with California Next Generation Science Standards. Recognized for empowering 1:1 and group learners, including neurodivergent and culturally diverse backgrounds, fostering inclusive and engaging learning environments. Seamlessly integrating English and Math into science instruction, I offer a holistic approach that enriches students' educational journeys. Join me for an immersive, tailored learning experience where science comes alive and academic success thrives!

University of California, Davis

9 Years of teaching experience

Zachary H.

Masters in Education

Hello! My name is Mr. Hubbard, and I am an experienced STEM Educator. With degrees in Chemistry, Biology, and Education, I have the knowledge base to make any science subject accessible. I believe that with the right support, any student can excel in even the hardest of classes. Come to me with difficult questions, and we'll find the answer together! I look forward to learning with you.

Western Governors University

2 Years of teaching experience

Nancy B.

MS Education, MS Educational Administration certification

My name is Nancy Blank and I have been teaching biology for 33 years. I currently teach General Biology and AP Biology at our local high school. Over the years I have had countless students graduate and go on to study for careers in medicine, nursing, research and science-related occupations. I decided to be a biology teacher early in life at the age of 14 because I loved the study of all things living and have never lost that sense of wonder and amazement of the natural world. I have a college degree in biology, master’s degree in education and educational administration certification. I have been part of countless committees and panels who research and plan science curricula from kindergarten to 12th grade. I was an integral part of setting up a science lab program in our elementary school. As much as I enjoy contributing to scientific education from an administrative perspective, I still love the one-to-one contact with students. It's a teacher's best experience.33

Westminster College

33 years teaching of experience

Jenn C.

MS in Science Education

Hello scientists! My passion is helping others understand science, especially biology & environmental science. I was a high school biology teacher for 17 years and because of this, I know the ins-and-outs of what is required and can help you reach your goals in your biology class. I have worked with a diversity of students, including those who have IEPs, have 504s, are gifted, and/or are honor students headed for AP. I meet students where they are, helping them to go beyond memorization and gain a deeper understanding of the content. I hold a MS in Science Education, a teaching certificate in 6-12 biology, general science, and environmental science, and a B.S. in Environmental Science. I have been in the classroom for a total of 21 years, teaching all of the sciences from the 4th-12th grade at both public and independent schools. Science is for everyone and I look forward to helping you better understand biology!

University of Michigan

21 years of teaching experience

Carissa M.

Master Degree in Science Education

Hi! After graduating with an Honors Degree with Distinction in Biological Science from the University of Delaware, I earned a Master Degree in Science Education from Miami University of Ohio. I have had the pleasure of working as a educator at the Museum of Science Boston, the New England Aquarium and schools around Boston. I have been a fellow with the NSF and NIH, worked at Marine Biological Laboratory and University of Massachusetts Boston doing research in the microscopy and ecology respectively. As a classroom teacher, I have taught grades k-12 in science, SAT/ACT prep, AP Biology, and engineering. For me, teaching is about helping students find their curiosity in any topic to and allowing them to find the relevance in their lives. By using comparisons to students every day, memory aids and breaking down larger topics I help students understand science, math and even executive functioning in a way that helps them learn and retain the information from class! I love teaching and would be honored to help your student excel:)

Miami University of Ohio

4 Years of teaching experience

Ellen E.

Master of Secondary Education; Biological Sciences

I love helping students learn biology! Since earning my undergraduate degree in biology cum laude, I have developed my teaching skills while completing Master’s degrees in secondary education and in biological sciences. I also enjoy taking biology courses online to deepen my understanding of biology and keep my knowledge current. My teaching certification includes an ESL (English as a second language) endorsement, and I enjoy working with students that are learning English as they learn biology. My experiences include working as a fisheries biologist onboard fishing vessels in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska, and as a biology video developer for an online education company. I enjoy creating and using visual aids and other instructional resources to clarify the many interactions of life from molecules to ecosystems, connections from structure to function, and information transmission in heredity and evolution.

University of Alaska, Fairbanks

11 years of teaching experience

Emily R.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

National Science Foundation Master Teacher

I'm an enthusiastic and dedicated high school dual credit science teacher. I am a former Master Teaching Fellow in the Robert Noyce Master Teaching Fellow program sponsored by the National Science Foundation. I have participated in research and presented it at the National Science Teacher Association National Conference in 2023. I received my Bachelors of Science in Biology Education in 2007 and my Masters of Natural Scidnce in Science with an emphasis in Biology in 2014. I have been teaching for 13 years and am currently teaching regular biology 2, advanced biology 2 for dual credit, and ecology for dual credit.

Southeast Missouri State University

13 Years of teaching experience

Paul C.

MS Biology

Over 30 years experience working in biological science, including academia, government and industry. This experience involves extensive teaching, research, and lab supervision. Core Competencies: areas of expertise include general biological principles, molecular biology, anatomy and physiology, botany, cell biology, microbiology, biodiversity, evolution, biotechnology, and many bench-top research techniques involved in cell and molecular biology.

William and Mary

15 Years of teaching experience

Chemistry

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Nathan S.

Masters in Education

I can help you use simple ideas to build a complex understanding of physics and chemistry! I have been teaching and tutoring high school physics and chemistry for more than 10 years. I have worked with students of all levels (and in both English and Spanish) to help them find answers to their questions and develop their skills and ideas. I believe that all students come in knowing things and having ideas, so I use what you already know to help you reach the next level of understanding. Before my Masters in Education, I majored in Science and Society at Brown University, and I am interested in how people who are not (or not yet) professional scientists understand and relate to science. I studied physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, and the history and philosophy of science, all of which help me make connections and give me both a deep and broad perspective on science. I love questions, and I am excited to get to work with you to help you level up your skills and understanding!

12 years of teaching experience

Brown University

Keith D.

M Ed Teaching Physics

Physics and chemistry made easy, or at least easier! My main responsibility as an educator is to help my students understand complex concepts in physics and chemistry. In addition to teaching several levels of physics and chemistry for 29+ years, I also have extensive experience in astronomy. This subject relates perfectly to chemistry and physics. Recently I was fortunate enough to fly on one of the last missions of NASA's airborne observatory SOFIA. This specially modified airplane carried a telescope larger than the Hubble. Students really appreciate how these experiences bring chemistry and physics to life with real world applications.

29 years of teaching experience

Penn State University

Gayle R.

3X Winner of the Governor's Scholar Favorite Teacher Award

I have a deep passion for teaching students! I am a believer in a growth mindset for all students. Anyone can learn Chemistry. I am willing to teach anyone willing to learn!! I have been an educator for 16 years and I have been honored to have educated hundreds of students. Many of whom are now doctors, nurses, scientists, engineers, and educators. I can teach anyone science.

16 Years of teaching experience

Ohio University

Zachary H.

Masters in Education

Hello! My name is Mr. Hubbard, and I am an experienced STEM Educator. With degrees in Chemistry, Biology, and Education, I have the knowledge base to make any science subject accessible. I believe that with the right support, any student can excel in even the hardest of classes. Come to me with difficult questions, and we'll find the answer together! I look forward to learning with you.

2 Years of teaching experience

Western Governors University

Patrick S.

Teachers Who Make a Difference Award (NYT)

Hello! My name is Patrick, and I'm a tutor who believes in guiding and empowering students to reach their full potential in chemistry, using both traditional tutoring and technology to help facilitate learning, so that you truly master what you learn. I've earned a Math for America, Master Teacher Fellowship for 7 years in a row, along with the Teachers Who Make a Difference Award from the New York Times. I was received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Wesleyan University, followed by a Master of Science in Education degree in Chemistry Education through a prestigious teaching fellowship at the City University of New York. I'm currently pursuing Master of Science degree in Technology Management and Master of Arts degree in Instructional Technology & Media, both at Columbia University. I have several years' experience in tutoring, raising students' test scores by as much as 170 points on the SAT Chemistry Exam over a one-month period, and I'm ready to help you excel!

11 years teaching of experience

Wesleyan University

Alejandro C.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

Masters in Education

Experienced Biology and Chemistry Tutor with 9 years of comprehensive teaching and tutoring experience dedicated to nurturing academic excellence in diverse student populations. Award-winning educator, credentialed in Biology and Chemistry, adept at simplifying complex scientific concepts aligned with California Next Generation Science Standards. Recognized for empowering 1:1 and group learners, including neurodivergent and culturally diverse backgrounds, fostering inclusive and engaging learning environments. Seamlessly integrating English and Math into science instruction, I offer a holistic approach that enriches students' educational journeys. Join me for an immersive, tailored learning experience where science comes alive and academic success thrives!

9 Years of teaching experience

University of California, Davis

Talia A.

7:00-8:00 PM EST Study Hall

Masters of Science

Teaching is my passion. I have been teaching Chemistry for over 16 years at various levels from high school to university level with a diversified student population in the United States both in person and online. I hold a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering. I enjoy teaching. I like to interact with my students and build their confidence and set a positive mindset for their learning. I believe everyone is capable and has the talent to learn but we need to work together to find out the shortcomings and bridge that gap and build from there to meet expectations and progress to the next level. Chemistry is a very interesting but challenging subject. My goal as a teacher is to make it a fun experience and relate the learning to real life applications to make the student aware of the importance of learning Chemistry so it makes sense to them as why to learn Chemistry and help develop problem solving skills.

10 Years of teaching experience

Dalhousie University

David C.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

MA in Chemistry

Chemistry and physics can seem impossible - I am an expert at making it all make sense! My name is Dave Consiglio, and I'm a high school chemistry and physics teacher and a community college chemistry professor. I have been teaching since 1999 and have been tutoring privately for around 10 years. I hold two degrees, a bachelor's degree in education from The University of Michigan and a master's degree in Chemistry from The University of Detroit. During my 25 years as a teacher, I have taught all levels of chemistry (including AP chemistry for 13 years) and physics, as well as college inorganic and organic chemistry. I know chemistry and physics backward and forward, but that's not what makes me the right tutor for you. Lots of people know science - my real strength is science communication. I have spent more than half my life explaining chemistry and physics to students in ways that help students make sense of these often confusing topics. I can help you, too.

25 Years of teaching experience

University of Michigan

Christy R.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

Awarded for Chemistry Success

I bring 13 years of experience in the science field where I specialized in Chemistry. I've had the privilege of teaching at one of the top schools in Florida, where I've helped over 1,800 students master the science of chemistry. Many of my students have gone on to pursue their own science degree in college.

13 Years of teaching experience

University of South Florida

Prachi R.

Teacher of the Month

I am a Professionally certified enthusiastic educator with more than 11 years of experience fostering academic learning and enhancing critical-thinking abilities. I am a dedicated, resourceful teacher skilled in building rapport with students, and parents and having a solid educational background in Science. I have a Master of Science in Chemistry, a Bachelor of Science in General Science (Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany), Bachelor of Education. Subjects I have taught so far include Life Science, Earth Science, Earth and Space Honors, Environmental Science Honors, Physical Science, Chemistry, and Biology. I am passionate about Science and like to bring that energy into the classroom encouraging my students to observe, ask questions, and think like a Scientist. My classes are designed with diverse groups of students in mind. When students understand how science looks in the real world, it suddenly becomes something exciting that they want to learn more about. I hope to see your child in my class soon.😊

11 Years of teaching experience

Delhi University

Physics

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Nathan S.

Masters in Education

I can help you use simple ideas to build a complex understanding of physics and chemistry! I have been teaching and tutoring high school physics and chemistry for more than 10 years. I have worked with students of all levels (and in both English and Spanish) to help them find answers to their questions and develop their skills and ideas. I believe that all students come in knowing things and having ideas, so I use what you already know to help you reach the next level of understanding. Before my Masters in Education, I majored in Science and Society at Brown University, and I am interested in how people who are not (or not yet) professional scientists understand and relate to science. I studied physics, chemistry, biology, engineering, and the history and philosophy of science, all of which help me make connections and give me both a deep and broad perspective on science. I love questions, and I am excited to get to work with you to help you level up your skills and understanding!

12 years of teaching experience

Brown University

Matthew W.

Woodrow Wilson Fellowship

I love teaching physics, and helping everyone understand the world around them. While it is a difficult subject, it can be be incredible rewarding to learn how to solve difficult problems. I have an BA in Physics from Cedarville University, and earned a MEd in Secondary Education from University of Dayton as part of the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. I experience teaching all over the world from Ohio, to Singapore, to North Carolina, and in public, private and international Schools. I have 9 years of physics teaching experience including 5 years teaching AP Physics 1, and 6 years teaching AP Physics C: Mechanics. I am excited for the opportunity to help you along in your physics journey.

9 years of teaching experience

University of Dayton

Rick R.

7:00-8:00 PM EST Study Hall

Winner of the School Innovation Award

Rick Rudloff: Award-Winning Math, Physics, and Rocketry Tutor 🚀 Bringing a Blast of Inspiration to Every Lesson! 🏆 Awarded Advisor of the Year (2018) in the American Rocketry Challenge and recipient of the Maharishi School Innovation Award (2018), I'm not your average educator. With a rich background in Electrical Engineering (BSEE-1986) and Software Development (MS-2023), my expertise spans Geometry, Algebra, AP Calculus, and AP Physics and web development. I've introduced AP Physics at Maharishi School and consistently elevated students to national Rocketry Challenge success, coaching three top-ten finalists and working with NASA SLI. 💡 Passionate about teaching since 1999, I specialize in making complex concepts in Mathematics and Physics accessible and exciting. My classes are more than just lectures; they're launchpads for innovation and discovery. 🌠 Join me for a transformative learning journey where science, technology, and imagination take flight!

14 Years of teaching experience

Missouri University of S&T

Matthew S.

National Board Certified, AP Physics Exam Grader

I am a National Board-Certified Teacher with 20 years of experience as both a teacher and an online tutor. I specialize in AP Physics 1, AP Physics C Mechanics and E&M, AP Seminar, and AP Research. I have not only taught these courses for many years, but I also am an AP scorer and know the ins and outs of these exams. I know the mistakes my students are going to make before they make them. I also coach students in my AP Research course to use their projects to compete in regional levels of the International Science and Engineering Fair. I would be happy to provide you with more documentation of my expertise and student testimony upon request. I ensure that I can make these courses easy enough for anyone to understand. I look forward to working with you!

20 years of teaching experience

East Stroudsburg University

Diane R.

7:00-8:00 PM EST Study Hall

Winner of the AAPT Physics Teacher of the Year Award

Nationally recognized, award-winning Physics Teacher. Taught Physics and AP Physics 1 and 2 for 32 years. Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. BA: Northeastern Illinois University. MA: Concordia University. 30 years tutoring experience. American Association of Physics Teachers Illinois Section Teacher of the Year, National Pre-College Teaching Award. American Association for the Advancement of Science Innovative Teacher Award.

32 Years of teaching experience

Concordia University

David C.

8:00-9:00 PM EST Study Hall

MA in Chemistry

Chemistry and physics can seem impossible - I am an expert at making it all make sense! My name is Dave Consiglio, and I'm a high school chemistry and physics teacher and a community college chemistry professor. I have been teaching since 1999 and have been tutoring privately for around 10 years. I hold two degrees, a bachelor's degree in education from The University of Michigan and a master's degree in Chemistry from The University of Detroit. During my 25 years as a teacher, I have taught all levels of chemistry (including AP chemistry for 13 years) and physics, as well as college inorganic and organic chemistry. I know chemistry and physics backward and forward, but that's not what makes me the right tutor for you. Lots of people know science - my real strength is science communication. I have spent more than half my life explaining chemistry and physics to students in ways that help students make sense of these often confusing topics. I can help you, too.

25 Years of teaching experience

University of Michigan

Keith D.

M Ed Teaching Physics

Physics and chemistry made easy, or at least easier! My main responsibility as an educator is to help my students understand complex concepts in physics and chemistry. In addition to teaching several levels of physics and chemistry for 29+ years, I also have extensive experience in astronomy. This subject relates perfectly to chemistry and physics. Recently I was fortunate enough to fly on one of the last missions of NASA's airborne observatory SOFIA. This specially modified airplane carried a telescope larger than the Hubble. Students really appreciate how these experiences bring chemistry and physics to life with real world applications.

29 years of teaching experience

Penn State University

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Kathy S.

Ed.M & MA in Counseling Psychology

NACAC, ASCA, Ed.M & MA in Counseling Psychology My name is Kathy Schmitz and I can’t wait to help you get started with your college application process. I am here to help with your essay development and completion, your resume as well as provide you with interview preparation. My mission is to empower students through the building of organizational skills while encouraging them to learn more about who they are through their writing and their discussion. My background in education and psychology has offered me numerous experiences in working with students in settings ranging from Family Court to private schools to college campuses. I am the co-founder of a consulting firm on Long Island where many of my students have gone on to their first or second choice school. NACAC, ASCA (American School Counselor Association), NY State School Counselor Association

10 years of teaching experience

University of Vermont

Jasmine L.

Expert College Consultant

Hi! My name is Jasmine! I graduated from Dartmouth College with majors in Russian and Linguistics, but I have mainly interned and worked in the field of education. I am passionate about working with high school students prepare for college applications and the overall undergraduate process. I have worked with all age groups, the most recent of which is high schoolers in grades 8-12 in an international educational consulting company helping students apply to schools in the U.S., U.K., and Canada. I really enjoy honing writing skills (both for school and for applications) and helping students achieve their goals! I look forward to working with you!

4 years of teaching experience

Dartmouth College

Brooke S.

M.A.

Hi! My name is Brooke Stoudt and I’ve been working with high school students in the college admissions process for the past 19 years as a school counselor, independent counselor, and currently in my role as the Postsecondary Counselor in a large suburban high school outside of Philadelphia. This experience has allowed me to work with hundreds of high school students and to navigate the many changes to the college admissions landscape. I know this can be a stressful process, but I am here to help you through all phases from developing your college list, to working on the Common Application, to brainstorming for and fine-tuning your essays. I’ve worked closely with first-generation college students, student-athletes, and students pursuing admission to specialized programs and scholarships. I look forward to working with you through your unique college search and application process!

19 years teaching of experience

Boston College

Annie Updegraff

M.A. in Counselor Education, Secondary School Counselor of the Year 2021

My goal is to help you find your best fit college and have the strongest application possible. I have been a high school counselor for 16 years and have worked at schools in Ohio and Florida during that time. My current role is as an Early College Program school counselor in Pinellas County Schools in Florida and serve on the leadership team for our school district. I currently work with students taking full-time college courses during high school and teach a seminar class to help them stay on-track with every component of post-secondary planning including academic planning, the college search process, college applications, and financial aid. I am happy to assist you with any aspect of the post-secondary planning process that you may need including unique circumstances, such as acquiring accommodations in college or athletic recruitment. I look forward to working with you and helping you reach your goals!

16 years of experience

The Ohio State University

US History
World History

Superstudy History Tutors

Cali S.

Cali S.

PhD in History

Dr. Cali Slair is a Historian with over 8 years of experience teaching and tutoring a variety of subjects related to History and Government including U.S. History, World History, European History, Government, Civics, Social Studies, and English. Dr. Slair earned her PhD in History from the University of Texas at Austin and B.A. in History from the University of Miami. Dr. Slair's teaching career has included K-12 education, undergraduate courses, and graduate-level courses. In addition, Dr. Slair has over 5 years of experience specializing in tutoring AP U.S. History, AP Modern World History, and AP European History. From 2015-2024, Dr. Slair also worked at Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes where her duties included curriculum development, tutoring, teaching, scoring, consulting, and evaluation. From this position, Dr. Slair has gained extensive experience working with students with learning differences including ADHD, dyslexia, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

8 years teaching of experience

University of Miami

Laura K.

Laura K.

2019 Teacher of the Year, MAT Social Studies Education

Unlock your academic potential with personalized tutoring from an award-winning educator! With 16 years of experience as a Social Studies teacher and a Teacher of the Year winner, I'm dedicated to helping you succeed. Armed with a BA in History and American Studies and a MAT in Secondary Social Studies Education from UNC Chapel Hill, I bring a passion for history and a proven track record. Holding teaching certifications in NC and GA, along with experience teaching and evaluating AP US History exams, I'm committed to your success!

16 years of teaching experience

UNC Chapel Hill

Sarah G.

Sarah G.

Master of Arts in American History; Master of Arts in Education

Master of Arts in American History Master of Arts in Secondary Education Recipient of the Abraham Lincoln Scholarship in the Gilder Lehrman MA Program My name is Sarah Gilvin and I have been teaching high school social studies for ten years. I have taught a variety of subjects and levels, including Dual Credit US History, Dual Credit World History, AP Human Geography, and AP Psychology. Over the past decade I have helped students develop strong study skills, understand major changes and continuities of history, and develop academic skills that are necessary to the discipline of history, including analyzing primary and secondary sources, research, and analytical writing. I believe that history is best learned when it is made relevant for students and told as a story. I strive to not only help students learn history and become stronger students, but to also really grow to enjoy history and to recognize it as a subject that will enrich their lives and understanding of the world.

10 years of teaching experience

Gettysburg College

Keith H.

Keith H.

Master's in Educational Leadership, BA in History and Education

Experienced, thoughtful, and creative teacher of history, social studies, and leadership. I am skilled in both academic rigor and the practical application of understanding historical context. I have a bachelor’s degree in history and education from Clark University and a master’s degree in leadership from Keene State College. I was a participant in the exclusive Ashbrook Center Presidential Academy for American History and Civics, established by the U.S. Department of Education to allow 50 teachers—one from each state—to attend a summer program. I also participated in the Margaret Waddington Leadership Initiative and partnered with the internationally recognized Center for Creative Leadership. With 15 years of classroom experience at both the middle and high school level I am well versed in the use of primary sources as the foundation for learning and understanding history within a modern context. I enjoy sharing this passion for history with my students.

15 years of teaching experience

Clark University

Nicholas W.

Nicholas W.

Motivating, Experienced AP US History Teacher, Master in Teaching

Hi, my name is Nick Wilson. I am a History teacher in North Carolina. This is my 10th year in education teaching at the high school level. I have taught all disciplines of history in the high school setting but Advanced Placement United States History has always been one of my main focuses. I graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2014 with a bachelor of arts in History and received a Masters Degree in Secondary Education in 2015. I am also a basketball coach at the high school level so I can be a great motivator to help further your education and learning opportunities. I have always believed that having someone there to motivate you and put you on the right path is key and I believe I will be able to do that for you. I look forward to meeting all of you in the future! good luck and see you in study hall!

10 years of teaching experience

University of North Carolina

David R.

David R.

Award Wining AP US HistoryTeacher and AP Grader

I have been teaching AP US History for nearly 30 years and have served as an AP reader for over 10 years. I have worked at several prestigious private and public schools throughout the United States. My experience allows me to plug into any historical period in US History and help you quickly gain a solid understanding to help with MCQ’s. I have also used my experience as a reader to develop a formula which helps students boost their SAQ, LEQ & DBQ abilities to earn the highest essay scores on the AP Exam while improving your class grade. I will provide you with the most comfortable, judgment-free setting that will allow you to relax and master the content of the AP US History course just like hundreds of my previous students that earned a 4 or 5 on the AP Exam. Many of my students named me as their most impactful teacher and I have also won numerous awards as a basketball coach, so I can likely provide the inspiration and motivation that may help to get through your studies too!

35 years of teaching experience

University of Michigan

Superstudy Latin Tutors

Eli W.

8:30-9:30 PM EST Study Hall

Princeton University

Harvard University, Masters in ED

22 Years of Teaching Experience

I have proven success with all kinds of learners. Over the last 20 years, I have worked with 1000’s of Latin learners, as a teacher and tutor. I helped 6th graders failing Latin 1, AP Latin students eager to get a 5 on the AP exam and many would be Latin students who wanted to make sure their first year went smoothly. Each of these students has improved, many of these dramatically. I tailor my instruction to your student. All my students learn differently and as a result, I adapt my teaching to fit the needs of every student. To help each student find success, I develop a student specific learning plan and tailor my instruction to meet each student’s specific learning profile. Additionally, I work hard to establish a connection with each of my students. This rapport helps my students feel comfortable explaining what works and what doesn't work, and it allows me to adjust his lessons accordingly. It also makes our work together fun! With 20 years of experience and a Masters in Education, I have the skills to help your student improve dramatically in Latin.

Currently@ Brookline High School

Skye S.

8:30-9:30 PM EST Study Hall

Boston College

Masters in Teaching Latin

12 years of teaching experience

As a Latin teacher and linguistic activist, I have crafted an educational philosophy led by diversity, equity, and inclusion principles and that continues to develop through daily teaching, Latin conferences, and educational consulting. My methods are supported by recent research in Second Language Acquisition. I combine the best practices of the Active Method and Natural Method in order to optimize student learning. I teach engaging, hands-on, immersive lessons which use Latin as the primary language of instruction. My expertise is in Latin texts by women authors. I am currently a PhD candidate at University College London where my research focuses on 17th century women Latin poets.

Shoh U.

Biola University

Masters of Education

12 years of teaching experience

It is an extraordinary honor to impart my love of Latin to you. Languages are my passion. I speak several, including Japanese, Spanish, and French. My commitment is to not only help you master reading and writing in Latin, but to help you see how relevant and captivating this beautiful language is. I have taught Latin to students in grades 7 through 12, and have experience teaching Amsco's Latin is Fun (Books I and II), Wheelock's, Memoria Press, and Blochazy Carducci's Latin for the New Millennium (I, II, and III). I am well-versed in the AP Latin curriculum. Although I teach Classical pronunciation, I can also use Medieval (Ecclesiastical), according to your need. As a current high school Latin teacher, my strengths are: 1) making connections with students, 2) bringing dry material to life, and 3) showing the relevance of Latin to the real world. With my friendly approach, I am equipped to address a variety of diverse learning needs in every level of Latin (I, II, III, and AP).

Temecula Preparatory School

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