Math and Statistics tutor in Sarasota
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If you need or your student needs help in high school or college mathematics, I will be able to help in virtually any Math or Stat course or on SAT Math prep.
Take a look at my tutoring www site at
or look below to see photos of algebra, statistics, and calculus texts I've recently taught from as well as pages from a few of my tests from these course with my complete answers.
I've also included a short resume below but at a first meeting, or before by email, I can supply professional reference contacts and a detailed professional curriculum vitae covering my over 30 years of teaching and supervising mathematics and statistics at all levels of college and high school.
I AM ABLE TO HELP STUDENTS AT THESE LEVELS:
FOR A STUDENT WHO IS IN HIGH SCHOOL BUT WANTS TO BE BETTER PREPARED FOR COLLEGE:
For the past 30 years I have taught college mathematics at all levels, from developmental courses in pre-algebra and algebra, to the required Math and Stat courses for students in Science, Education, and the medical field.
So I understand what mathematics and statistics a student needs in order to be prepared for almost any prospective college major. Furthermore I have tutored students in SAT and ACT preparation and can give guidance on planning a college pathway and course selection.
FOR A STUDENT WHO NEEDS HELP IN A CURRENT COLLEGE STAT OR MATH COURSE:
Having taught these college mathematics courses many times, I know the best strategies for any student to study and experience success.
FOR A STUDENT WHO NEEDS EXTRA HELP IN HIGH SCHOOL ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, STATISTICS, OR TRIG:
Over the past 20 years I have taught these courses at the "developmental" level [that is, at the high school level, but to college students at a faster pace] for beginning college students who want a more solid understanding.
I have also supervised other teachers of these same courses for about 15 years. So I can help any student who needs sharper skills in high school algebra, geometry, statistics, or trigonometry courses.
FOR A STUDENT WHO IS A MATH MAJOR WHO NEEDS DIRECTION OR HELP IN ANY MAJOR COURSE:
As a PhD mathematician teaching and advising Math majors for over 30 years, I know the best ways to help Math Major students in advanced courses.
Learning from a Mathematics professor who has repeatedly taught the content of your course is much better than learning from a student who has taken the course but not taught it, even if he/she did very well.
I only help students in courses whose content I have taught many times over the past 30 years. These include Statistics and Calculus, as well as all levels of Algebra.
No matter your preferred learning style, I will have suggestions of the best ways for YOU to learn mathematical concepts YOUR WAY quickly and even enjoyably!
My preference is to meet in a reasonably-quiet public place such as a public library or a place like Panera Bread where we can BOTH write as we talk. Attached is a photo of a typical table lay-out.
My hourly rate is $40 if in Sarasota. If you are not pleased with a first session, you are under no obligation to continue or to pay.
At a first session or before, by email, I will gladly supply an extended list of contacts of references and a full professional resume.
RÉSUMÉ: Dr. John Paulling
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Tusculum College, Greeneville, TN 37743-9998
Tusculum College, 60 Shiloh Road, Greeneville TN, 1995-present.
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Professor and Chair, Mathematics 2000-2015, Associate Professor of Mathematics 1995-2000
Taught all levels of College and remedial mathematics
Revised Mathematics Major curriculum
Served as Director of the Science Division
Coordinated for years and taught one semester in London study abroad program
Supervised off-campus Math and Stat classes for adult learners
Volunteered in the AARP free tax preparation service, and court and hospital Spanish translation
University of South Carolina, Spartanburg SC, 1994-1995.
Visiting Professor of Mathematics
Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, LA, 1990-1994.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina. Ph. D. in Applied Mathematics.
Georgia Institute of Technology. BS in Applied Mathematics.