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Popular math tutoring subjects for Miami students

Math tutoring isn’t only helpful for college students or children attending Miami, FL, high schools. At Learner, we offer individualized instruction for students of all ages, from elementary school through graduate school, and even nontraditional students. Here are some of the most popular subjects we teach to Miami students.

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Algebra 1

Algebra is the foundation of all upper-level math courses and is essential in science, medicine, economics, and daily life. Algebra 1 covers all the basics: expressions, inequalities, word problems, irrational numbers, and systems of equations.
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Algebra 2

Expands on the fundamental algebraic concepts with additional applications and covers new concepts, including polynomials, complex numbers, exponential functions, logarithms, and radicals. Algebra 2 prepares students for pre-calculus, physics, calculus, and college algebra.
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Calculus

Calculus has applications in various industries, from physics and mechanical engineering to aerospace, economics, and computer science. This course is an overview of the essential concepts: limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals, and differential equations.
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Geometry

Usually taken between algebra 1 and 2, this course is all about two- and three-dimensional shapes and their properties: area, similarity, volume, and congruence. Geometry has architecture, mechanical engineering, art, robotics, and astronomy applications.
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Statistics

Statistics is about analyzing data to identify trends and make predictions based on probability theory. This class can prepare students for a college probability course and real-life applications in economics, medicine, research, business, engineering, political science, and finance.
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Trigonometry

The three essential trigonometric functions are sine, cosine, and tangent. Trigonometry students learn to identify, graph, and manipulate these functions and work with right and non-right triangles. Trig class prepares students for calculus and other upper-level math and science classes.

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Your child deserves the best online math tutors in Miami, FL

Learner offers top-notch online tutoring for students at all levels. Whether your child needs some help with elementary math, SAT prep, or college calculus, we can help. Every Learner tutor is a math expert with years of experience successfully tutoring students online.

John
Certified Math Tutor
John has tutored middle school, high school, and college students (including nontraditional students), and he has also taught math in 6th- through 12th-grade classrooms. He fills his sessions with examples so students can gain experience with problems they may see on homework assignments and tests.

1,267 hours tutoring

RIT Graduate

Maria
Certified Math Tutor
With over 10 years of experience tutoring, Maria is an excellent teacher with a Ph.D. in mathematics. She spends a lot of time following the latest research on education, especially ways to improve a student’s success, and applies this knowledge to her sessions.

2,868 hours tutoring

Award-winning teacher

Anette
Certified Math Tutor
Anette is passionate about algebra; she believes it’s the foundation of all branches of math. Her focus is on helping students truly understand the power of algebraic thinking and its application to any math problem and countless everyday experiences.

3,000 hours tutoring

Strong STEM skills

Austin
Certified Math Tutor
Austin has experience with both in-person and online math tutoring. He believes that his job is to understand how each of his students learns so he can adapt his teaching style and create the perfect learning environment for consistent progress.

4,864 hours tutoring

Graduated Magna Cum Laude

Nathan
Certified Math Tutor
With a bachelor’s degree in math and over 10,000 hours of tutoring experience, Nathan is an expert in all levels of math, from elementary school arithmetic to college calculus. He also offers help with ACT/SAT prep and computer programming.

10,000 + hours tutoring

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

Victor
Certified Math Tutor
Victor works with middle school to college students, including nontraditional adult learners. He encourages students to demonstrate their problem-solving strategies first before providing hints to help students internalize critical reasoning and logic concepts.

1,000 hours tutoring

Ph.D. candidate

Cynthia
Certified Math Tutor
Cynthia is a math and science tutor for middle school, high school, and college students. She meets each student at their level and spends the time to understand their background and goals so she can customize her sessions to meet their needs.

1,000+ hours tutoring

Honors Chemistry Graduate

Kasonya
Certified Math Tutor
Kasonya holds a master’s degree in secondary math education and has experience teaching students from elementary school to college. She encourages her students to participate in each session so they build confidence, enjoy the process, and believe they can succeed.

7,680 hours tutoring

Math mentor & tutor since 1992

Kelly B
Certified Math Tutor
Kelly B is passionate about providing mathematics education to everyone and showing them what they can achieve with the proper knowledge. She specializes in working with high school students and helps them connect with the material through visual aids.

1,500 hours tutoring

Award Winning Teacher

Felipe P
Certified Math Tutor
Felipe P has worked with students at all levels, including adult learners. Also a native Spanish speaker, he offers math tutoring sessions in English and Spanish. He has experience teaching numerous college-level math courses and helping students prepare for the SAT and ACT.

5,250 hours tutoring

PhD Student & Former Professor

Why Miami 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 Miami, FL, students can benefit from working with Learner

Better test scores

Students need to understand math concepts truly and have good problem-solving skills to score well on quizzes, exams, and Florida’s standardized tests. Our tutors focus on both areas, helping students grasp the material and practice their reasoning and logic skills for word problems.

Deeper appreciation

Math has countless applications in daily life, but students who are frustrated in math class often have trouble motivating themselves to learn the material. Learner tutors offer engaging and compelling examples of math concepts, so students understand the importance of what they’re learning.

A foundation for the future

The best math tutor can help your child prepare for high school, college, and career success. Learner students get lessons focused on the exact areas that need improvement. Our teachers can help university students and adult learners who need better math skills in their Miami jobs.

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 and your first session is 100% FREE.

Why work with Learner?

With Learner, your child gets a high-quality education and lessons tailored to address their unique challenges. They don’t have to waste time practicing math problems they already understand. Instead, they can ask questions, work at their own pace, and get one-on-one attention from an expert instructor.

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Miami math standards

The Florida State Board of Education adopted the Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (BEST) Standards for Mathematics in February of 2020. The BEST Standards for Mathematics will be fully implemented in the 2022-2023 academic year, together with aligned classroom materials and assessments. 

Miami, FL, public schools follow these statewide standards. The goals of the BEST Math Standards are to provide students with math instruction that prioritizes simplicity, practicality, and specificity. The new standards don’t require students to use multiple strategies to solve problems and offer various pathways to complete the math requirements to graduate from high school.

Florida elementary and middle school students focus on basic math concepts, including number sense, operations, functions, algebraic reasoning, and mathematical thinking. High school students learn about data analysis, geometric reasoning, trigonometry, and logic. They also gain financial literacy skills and learn the basics of discrete mathematics and calculus.

Miami math test scores

In 2019, the average National Assessment for Educational Progress (NAEP) mathematics score for 8th-grade public school students in Miami-Dade County was 276. Scores on this exam range from 0 to 500, so the average Miami-Dade student score of 276 is slightly better than the mean. Additionally, 64% of 8th-grade students earned scores at or about the NAEP Basic level, and 27% of students performed at or above the NAEP Proficient level.

Most Miami high school students have the opportunity to take the SAT or ACT college entrance exams. In 2019 (the most recent year for which ACT data is available), an estimated 54% of eligible students took the ACT, and the average composite score was 20.1. In the same year, 33% of Florida graduates met the ACT Math College Readiness Benchmark. 

Data from Florida in 2021 shows that 81% of the 2021 graduates took the SAT in high school. The mean score on the math portion was 480 (out of a possible 800).

How to find the right online tutor in Miami

There are several considerations when you’re looking for Miami math tutoring. The tutor should have a deep understanding of the material and be able to explain it in a way that your child understands. Plus, you need to make sure your child is comfortable and safe with their tutor.

At Learner, our tutors are experienced math teachers who can modify their examples and teaching style to match each student’s needs. Every online session is recorded, so you and your child can review them for additional study.

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