Andrew Dibiase


Bachelor of Science, Secondary Education & Mathematics, University of Rhode Island, 2023

Andrew tutors students in grades 6-12, as well as undergraduate level, in Math and Computer Science. He supports students in all fields of math, including Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Probability, Statistics, and Trigonometry. His teaching licensure in Math Instruction is currently pending. He is experienced in working with students with a wide range of needs, including learning disabilities, through his student teaching and substitute teaching work. He strives to make his instruction engaging and interactive in order to support his students as they progress in their math learning.

Andrew says: “During my years at the University of Rhode Island, I was a member of the Debate Union and the Gaming Club as well as a mathematics tutor and teacher’s assistant, where I found my passion for the field of education. I strongly believe in promoting a lifelong love of learning, and by providing a safe, respectful, and open classroom, I am confident that my students will become positive members of their community. I believe that each and every student is capable of success, and it is my intention to create a collaborative learning environment in which all students can safely grow and thrive into the adults they will become. Outside of the classroom, I enjoy playing guitar, reading, writing, games, and spending time with my partner and our cat.”