In order for you as a student to Prepare...Understand...Grow, you need someone in your corner who will Listen...Care...Understand...Share.
Tutoring is a long-term investment in your educational process. It takes more than a one-shot session to help you navigate the seas of academia. You need someone you can trust, confide in, believe is in your corner at all times.
We. Want. To. Help. All of us will admit to being caught in an academic pickle at some point in our learning careers. Please don't think of us as just a tutor...we want to form a long-term learning relationship with the student. We are your advocate. We strive to be the student's best friend.
Parents. Peer pressure. Boyfriends, girlfriends, family issues. You're grounded, your dog died, you didn't make the team. And you are convinced your teacher is speaking Swahili and everyone else gets it, all of it...except you.
We all have been there. Even the smartest kid in the class struggles with something. (Maybe not math...but something. Promise.)
Our philosophy towards tutoring is that academic preparation for a subject is just one small factor contributing to a student's overall success. We are your partner in the whole picture. We listen, we care, we understand, we share.
We are more than just math. We are more than just school. We are your academic partner in your preparation for life.
who are we?
Our "pack" consists of experienced tutors from all kinds of backgrounds - from Accounting to Zoology (get it? A to Z?)- in order to offer a comprehensive list of services to clients.
Alpha Dog, Founder and Tutor.
Katie Kimberling found a hidden love and natural talent for teaching more than twenty years ago. She has always incorporated some type of connection with teenagers and college students throughout her career(s). She has been tutoring as her full-time job for more than thirteen years. Katie attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, ME, and holds a BS in Zoology and an MPH in Biostatistics/Epidemiology from OU (which her mother says qualifies her to clean up after elephants at the zoo).
Subjects: MATH 1643 (Business Pre-Calculus), MATH 1743 (Business Calculus 1), MATH 2123 (Business Calculus 2), ECON 2843 (Business Statistics), PSY 2003 (Psychology statistics), PSY 2113 (Psychology Research Methods 1), COMM 2513 (Communications Statistics)
If you are "bleeding out" in Zoology or Biology, Deena is your "doc." She is an experienced Science Educator with a demonstrated history of working in the primary/secondary education industry. She earned her BS in Biology from Linfield College in McMinnville, OR, and a Secondary Science Education degree from OU. She has taught science - mainly Zoology and AP Environmental Science - at Moore High School since August 2001. She is the coolest science nerd you will ever meet.
Subjects: BIOL 1013 (Introduction to Biology), BIOL 1114 (Introduction to Zoology)
With his strong chemistry background, John can "cook up" the right solution to your learning needs. He received his Bachelors degree in Chemistry from Baylor University in 2014, and is now studying Chemical Engineering at OU. Growing up in Texas, he played baseball and football throughout high school. When he is not deriving or integrating equations, he enjoys bowling, watching sports, and cooking fajitas.
Subjects: General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, ACT
'Vet Tech', Tutor.
Henry is a Chemical Engineering/Biomedical Engineering senior at OU. After graduation, he will attend The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. He has done cancer research with a focus in chemotherapeutic drug delivery, and also is a DJ when not in the lab. In his spare time, he enjoys playing guitar, cooking and being in the great outdoors.
Subjects: Physics 1, Physics 2, Engineering Calculus 1, College Algebra, Precalculus/Trigonometry, Chemistry 1, Chemistry 2, Biology
Andy is a small-town kid with a big city dream. A recent graduate from the London School of Economics, Andy graduated from OU in 2016 with is BA in Letters (honors) with minors in Constitutional law and Psychology. From Duncan, OK, Andy graduated valedictorian before diving into campus life at OU. There he served in student government, Soonerthon, as an OU tour guide, and in his fraternity, where he loved participating in U-Sing and Scandals. He is a graduate of Youth Leadership Oklahoma, and returned to intern for YLOK for two years. Andy is an avid reader and sports fan.
Subjects: Psychology, Philosophy, History, Literature, Microeconomics, Statistics, English, Logic, and editing of essays/papers.
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