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Jacksonville’s Best Online Math Tutors In One Place

Math tutors who can unlock your child's full potential.

Who needs math tutoring?

My ChildME OR Someone Else
No credit card, no commitment
4.9 star rating by 10,000+ families
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Our tutor has been wonderful!
And Learner customer service has been very positive and flexible to work with. Thank you!
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Popular Math Tutoring Subjects for Jacksonville Students

Math is a broad subject that consists of many concepts. As students advance through their academic career and enter high school and college, these concepts tend to become more challenging. Thankfully, our math tutors are trained to help students with any math concept they may be struggling with. Below are six main functions that a math tutor can help an individual with, regardless of age, whether or not they love math or need some extra help.

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Your child deserves the best online Math tutors in Jacksonville.

When using Learner to search for the right math tutor for your child, you will be exclusively matched with one of our hand-selected top-rated online math tutors. Our team consists of the best math tutors who successfully motivate students of all backgrounds and grade levels to become proficient in math skills. Below are ten tutors near Jacksonville that can aid individuals with their applied mathematics skills, depending on where they need help and assistance.

Kelly B
Certified Math Tutor
Kelly has been tutoring math to students ages 11 and up since 2008. Kelly believes that brains can grow and develop as long as they're taught properly. She uses visual learning in her math tutoring sessions and focuses on using proper math vocabulary to prepare students for exams.

1,500 hours tutoring

Award Winning Teacher

Kimberly D
Certified Math Tutor
Tutoring since 2014, Kimberly has gained experience working with high school and college students of all abilities. She finds joy in helping others unlock their confidence in math. In her math tutoring sessions, Kimberly lets students lead the session so she can be flexible with how she teaches concepts.

1,690 hours tutoring

Master Tutor (Level 3) Certified by CRLA

Maria
Certified Math Tutor
Maria has been in love with tutoring for the past ten years. After tutoring her peers in high school, she moved on to get her Ph.D. in mathematics from Western Michigan University. She has taught middle school students and above with her engaging, positive, and caring tutoring style.

2,868 hours tutoring

Award-winning teacher

Melissa
Certified Math Tutor
With extensive experience tutoring neuro-diverse students, Melissa has tutored math students in grades 5 through college for over a decade. Melissa explains math concepts in different ways to reach students no matter where they are and to bridge knowledge gaps.

Tutoring since 2008

Sylvan Learning Center

Nathan
Certified Math Tutor
Nathan received his Bachelor's degree in mathematics from Albertson College of Idaho and has tutored students in all levels of math since 1992. Nathan works with students one-on-one to teach them in a way they will understand so they don't have to ask, "What am I ever going to use this for?"

10,000 + hours tutoring

Math Student of the Year, Albertson College of Idaho, 1992

Olenka
Certified Math Tutor
Olenka earned a Bachelor of Science in Math Education and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Boston University in May 2020. Olenka has worked with various students from diverse backgrounds and grade levels, but she especially loves tutoring. She's been hosting online sessions since 2019 in a laid-back, fun, personalized way.

960 hours tutoring

Boston University

Philip
Certified Math Tutor
Philip currently teaches and tutors middle school and high school math-level students. He believes that hard work pays off by constantly challenging his students and working closely with parents and students to develop the best tutoring plan for each student.

845 hours tutoring

High School Teacher

Romin
Certified Math Tutor
Romin has a strong background in physics and is currently in the process of completing a physics Ph.D. at UT Austin. When tutoring students of all ages in math, Romin doesn't accept "I don't know" as an answer, as he listens to students' thought processes and works with them to correct or improve their logic.

5,000 hours tutoring

Physics PhD Candidate

Sanjay
Certified Math Tutor
While he has more experience working with middle and high school math students, Sanjay has expert knowledge in tutoring K-12 concepts to all students. Sanjay aims to inspire students and boost their confidence in math that they may have lost. Sanjay is excited about math and reaches to carry that excitement through his students.

Tutoring since 2001

MIT Graduate

Timothy T
Certified Math Tutor
Timothy is a patient and adaptable math tutor. The majority of his experience is helping high school math students. Still, he is trained to tutor students of all ages with his ability to identify weaknesses and bad habits quickly. Timothy shows students the big picture of math concepts to enforce a deeper understanding of the subject.

20,000 hours tutoring

Tutoring Mathematics since 2007

Why Jacksonville Students love Learner

Chelsea from Learner helped me to get a full ride to Duke University.

“Chelsea from Learner was the perfect match for me. She customized the training so that it would push me hard - but not too hard where I would get frustrated. I worked with Chelsea for years because she took a genuine interest in me and my future.”

"Stephanie taught me how to be more organized. I was getting Bs and Cs before I started working with her. I used to get overwhelmed before studying for a test. Stephanie taught me how to create “study guides” so I’d have all the big ideas in one place. I am now getting As and Bs and my parents are much happier."

"When I first started working with Alan, I told him I would never be good at math. I barely passed my first two years of high school math and I needed one more hard math class to graduate. Alan believed in me and worked with me on the basics. Little by little, he built up my confidence to the point where I realized I am good at math and I did well in the class."

How Jacksonville Students can Benefit From Working with Learner

Improves Academic Achievement

The extra layer of preparedness and confidence students gain through tutoring increases their overall academic achievement, beyond math. This confidence radiates out to every aspect of a student’s life. It affects how they show up to the classroom, make connections between complex ideas, gives them a solid foundation upon which other successes are built.

Encourages Greater Persistence

When a student is prepared for their subject matter, and don’t feel overwhelmed, they are more inclined to finish homework and other school-related tasks. This helps in so many ways. Firstly, it is always better to be prepared! This alone really helps students. They start turning in assignments on time.

Customized Learning Plans

Customized tutoring programs help ensure your child learns effectively. This is good for students who need an extra challenge, as well as students that need a slower pace and more individualized teaching. This is why lecture-based-learning often fails students, leaving many behind because the course must continue. The teacher has to “sacrifice” some students for the benefit of others.

How does Learner tutoring work?

Answer questions about your child's background and unique needs.

Schedule a call with our Academic Advisor to identify learning goals and objectives.

We will custom match the right tutor for your child. Your initial session is commitment-free.

Why work with Learner?

At Learner, we stand by our 100% risk-free satisfaction guarantee by showing we care about our students. We work hard to make sure your child has the best opportunity for cusses by individually matching them with the best math tutor. Our math tutors have expert background and experience in any specific math area, so you can find help in any area you need. We provide a positive innovative learning environment that provides constant feedback to your child to track their progress. Our goal is to take away all the stress of tutoring and work towards improving your child’s grades and test scores.

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Jacksonville Math Standards

According to Florida math standards, below are the following standards that all grade levels (elementary, middle, and high schools) in Florida, including in Jacksonville, must follow.

  • Counting & Cardinality (Kindergarten only)
  • Operations & Algebraic Thinking
  • Number & Operations in Base 10
  • Measurement and Data
  • Geometry
  • Functions (8th grade only)
  • The Number System
  • Expressions & Equations
  • Statistics & Probability
  • Geometry
  • Ratios & Proportional Relationships
  • Functions
  • The Number System
  • Calculus
  • Statistics & Probability
  • Geometry
  • Algebra

These standards were created by Florida's Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (BEST) and were adopted by the State Board of Education on February 12, 2020. 

In 2022, the Florida Department of Education released the remainder of spring testing results, announcing students had closed achievement gaps in science and social studies. It also emphasized an increase in the percentage of students passing the middle school civics end-of-course exam. 

Still, large percentages of students did not meet grade-level or course expectations, as the Miami Herald reports. This is the final year for Florida Standards Assessments in language arts and math as the state transitions to new standards and testing.

Jacksonville Math Test Scores

In 2022, new statewide test results in Florida from the Department of Education show achievement gaps between students are closing, including those in the Jacksonville, Florida school districts. 

Math scores for students between third and eighth grades increased from 1-4%. However, this is the last time students in Florida will use the Florida Standards Assessment Testing. Back in March, the state of Florida changed annual testing to a Progress monitoring system known as Florida Assessment Student Thinking (FAST). The new testing will take place three times a year and will take hours instead of days. 

The new test is created to determine school grades, teacher accountability, and whether or not a student graduates from high school.

How to find the right online tutor in Jacksonville

The easiest way to find the best math tutor in Jacksonville, Florida, is by looking for online lessons. We will make the process simple and efficient if you work with us. When looking for tutors, you need to find someone who understands the ins and outs of the areas your child needs help with so they can provide correct expert knowledge for your student. Additionally, your math tutor should be competent in tutoring and cares about working to connect with your child so that they can connect them to the material.

There are many reasons to work with Learner but with your child's grades and future on the line, sometimes it's easier to work with a service that offers exact and systematic matching like us, so you can ensure your student is in the best hands.

Frequently Asked Questions About Jacksonville Math Tutors

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