High School Teacher - Tutor for 5 years

About the tutor

Marshall stands out as a beacon of expertise in the world of mathematics education, a role he has embraced with vigor and dedication as a high school math teacher and tutor for the past five years. His journey in the field of education is marked by a commitment to unraveling the mysteries of mathematics and imparting a deep understanding of its principles to his students.

Armed with a degree in Mathematics and Education, Marshall possesses a rich blend of theoretical knowledge and practical teaching skills. He approaches his classes with an infectious enthusiasm, believing firmly in the transformative power of mathematics to shape analytical minds and problem-solvers. He is driven by the conviction that math is not merely a collection of numbers and equations, but a language that can describe the patterns and principles of the world around us.

Marshall's classroom environment is one of curiosity and exploration, where students are encouraged to question, collaborate, and connect mathematical theories to real-world applications. His teaching methods are dynamic and student-centered, focusing on building confidence and critical thinking skills that extend far beyond the scope of standard curricula.

In his role as a tutor, Marshall's dedication shines through personalized tutoring sessions designed to meet the unique needs and learning styles of each student. Over the years, his one-on-one mentorship has guided many students through academic challenges, helping them to achieve success and a greater appreciation for math as an essential life skill.


Elementary math

Number Sense and Numeration, Measurement, Geometry & Spatial Sense, Patterning & Algebra, and Data Management & Probability

Math for kids

addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, geometry, numbers, decimals, algebra, ratios, graphs, probability


Integral calculus, applications of integration, continuous functions, differential calculus, integration and differentiation, logarithm, exponential, and inverse trigonometric Functions..

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