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I am an eye doctor, graduated with Doctor of Optometry, as well as Bachelor of Science in Vision Science. My most memorable classes in college and graduate school involved professors that were always engaging and comprehensible when teaching the material. I?ve always had a passion for helping others and teaching. I have always been intrigued by pathophysiology and how the human body works. Science appears to be intimidating and complex at first, but I truly believe the information can be s... [more]

Don't let math or computer science be intimidating! My name is Mike, and I have a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign and a master's degree in applied mathematics from the University of Illinois at Chicago. While attending the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign, I worked as a math tutor in the Office of Minority Student Affairs, where the classes that I tutored ranged from introductory college-level to advanced undergraduate... [more]

Greetings! I'm Lance; thank you for visiting my page. I study philosophy at Benedictine University. Currently working on my thesis and am set to graduate in May of 2019. My teaching style reflects my primary area of research. Brute memorization accomplishes little genuine understanding. Instead, my approach encourages pupils to think through, question, and process information. This promotes knowledge of the subject. In short, facts are useless without systematization?it's only when they're pr... [more]

Hello, I have informally tutored my fellow students throughout the years. I also worked with my high school aged sister-in-law for two semesters with her math homework and we've done some web development. I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a master's in Computer Science. My aim in tutoring is to help students reach their goals by understanding material more fully. In the third grade we had a split between the "advanced" math students and the rest of us. I wasn't chosen to mov... [more]

The studying of algebra can seem confusing to some since there are a large number of mathematical terms involved in doing this kind of work. The way I teach and tutor algebra is simple. You first have to figure out what the question is looking for then go step by step making sure you write everything down and then coming to the correct answer. I would work at the student's pace and make sure they understand the basics since you do a large amount of work with equations which are problems with an equal sign in them. There is a bunch of adding, subtracting multiplying and dividing in these pr [more]

I'm a a fully qualified teacher from Scotland that has recently moved here due to marriage and now have my green card. I love teaching, and whilst I await registration at state level here I really want to continue to teach, tutor and help wherever possible. Secondary teaching Maths in Scotland includes everything from basic skills (i.e., 5 year old ability due to our inclusive system) up to calculus, geometry, trigonometry, algebra, etc. all at university entrance standards (i.e., about... [more]

Hi there, My name is Dan and I can provide tutoring for students in general chemistry. I have tutored for 2 years at Northern Illinois University for their Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) program. It provided one-on-one and small group tutoring for those students who are interested in regular, weekly tutoring assistance. I have also tutored in small groups for the Student Athletic program at NIU. I hope to hear from those who need assistance in chemistry! Have a good day!... [more]

I recently was honored in Washington, D.C. as a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. I taught in the classroom for 8 years and have tutored for more than 10 years. I am currently staying home with my 2 1/2 year old son, while coaching figure skating. I have worked with students of all abilities. Through being a Teacher Leader for Algebra 1 I have discovered the most common misunderstandings of students and worked towards diminishing these... [more]

I have tutored in the past at Huntington Learning Centers. I also tutor informally in the school where I teach. I have been teaching for 5 years after a successful career of many years as a practicing engineer. I enjoy teaching mathematics and have recently been teaching Algebra I, Algebra II and Statistics. I have been teaching these courses at both the regular level and honors levels. I think that tutoring can be very beneficial to students. Math students in other countries, namely G... [more]

I came to the United States as an African immigrant and studied engineering at Brown University. After gaining experience with major corporations, I switched into financial services and completed a master of science in finance at Lewis University. Three years ago I found my passion, writing, and enrolled at DePaul University and graduated with a master of arts in journalism. My past tutoring experience started back at Brown University, where I tutored calculus to pre-med and science student... [more]

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