Do you do online tutoring?

Nope. In person only. And mostly one-on-one, though we do have some specialty small group programs seasonally (Summer Math Boosters are now open for registration!)

Where in the world are you?

We teach in Austin, TX, and some nearby surrounding areas.

Can you come to my home to tutor?

Yes! We do have an in-home tutoring option. Come to a Math Number Talk or contact me to find out more.

How much does it cost?

We have programs that start at $340 a month to meet your tutor weekly.  Our signature program, working with me personally, is $3700 for a 3 month program.  This option is really good for students with learning challenges (such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD, processing disorders… ) and also just for students who are really struggling in the classroom, even A/B students (it is common for an A to come at the expense of enjoyment, and this is so unnecessary!). This signature program is a game changer. It will change what you thought was true about your brain and how it learns math.

The first step for whatever you choose is to come to a Math Number Talk.  Here, I will personally assess you, explain all of the options more thoroughly, and make a customized recommendation for the program that’s best for you and your personal goals.

What subjects do you tutor?

Math, math and math! We offer both support and stand-alone programs for basics through Calculus, third grade through adult, along the traditional math track (Basic Math, Pre-algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus/ Trigonometry, Calculus 1, Developmental Math, and College Algebra.)  Sometimes we have a tutor on staff who can do Statistics, Probability, and Calculus past Calc 1.  Call me at 512-284-3070 to find out more.  We do NOT tutor Physics or any of the Sciences.

What's so special about your method?

My favorite question! Short answer: I teach you how to practice math. This is not something that is typically taught or whose importance is even appreciated in the school system or in most traditional tutoring situations.  If you’re intrigued and want to know more (but you’re not quite ready to come to a Math Number Talk), check out the following blog posts of mine where I regale you with as many reasons as I can for why this is the most fun way for your brain to learn math.

  1. What Do I Mean by “Practice Math”? (video)
  2. Math and Happiness  – Three Part Series
  3. When is a C Worse Than an F?