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I am a physics professor with over twenty-five years of college and university teaching experience. I have predominately taught algebra based and calculus based physics classes. I have also taught college math classes, and have many hours tutoring Algebra II. I am a physics professor with over twenty-five years of college and university teaching experience. I have predominately taught algebra based and calculus based physics classes. These types of classes are typically titled "College Physics," "General Physics," "Engineering Physics," or "Physics for Science and Engineering." I have als [more]

I have over 20 years as a private tutor in math, physics, and astronomy, from the grade-school to college level. I have a B.S. in Physics from Syracuse University. I have tutored high school and college students in math and physics at KU, UMKC, JCCC, area community colleges and private high schools, and throughout the Johnson and Jackson County school districts, volunteered as a math tutor for GED students in downtown KC, worked as a paraprofessional at Mission Valley Middle School in Leaw... [more]

I am a structural engineer by day who is looking to tutor others in math when I have some free time. I received my B.S. In Civil Engineering from the University of Kansas in 2012 and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Masters of Science degree in Structural Engineering from KU in 2013. During my time at KU, I spent 2 years teaching a College Algebra course to undergraduates at the university and also managed a tutoring group for the students. I received a 4.0 GPA in both of my undergraduate a... [more]

All students can learn! I currently hold a teaching License in Kansas, as well as North Carolina. I have been teaching for over 15 years, in special education, English, Math, Social Studies and Science. While I have primarily worked with grades 5 through 12, I am happy to work with lower grades! I do not mind traveling, if the situation requires it, and prefer to work in an environment with access to plenty of reference material, such as a public library. I have acquired teaching mat... [more]

I have a Bachelor?s in Social Work from Missouri State University. My first two years of college I was a chemistry and biology double-major. I did well in my courses (and loved it!) and maintained a 3.79 GPA before switching disciplines (to social work). After graduating with my BSW in 2016, I practiced in the field of social work for about a year and decided it was not a good career fit for me. I decided to pick back up where I left off with science and mathematics, which I greatly missed. ... [more]

I have over 6 years of teaching and tutoring experience. I am currently a high school math teacher. I have taught Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Probability and Statistics. I love working individually with students to help them develop an understanding and confidence in math. Along with my teaching experience I have a Bachelors and Masters in Mathematics. I have also received training in ACT math practice strategies. I know that math does not come easy to everyone but it is my fi... [more]

Hi! My name is Cameron and I am a senior at Winnetonka High School. I have always been talented in mathematics and in helping other people understand mathematics. I first started tutoring about 2 years ago when my little brothers needed help with their Algebra and Geometry homework. I was an A+ tutor for an engineering class during school last year and I am currently an A+ tutor for my school's Calculus II class. I love helping other people understand math because nothing is quite as satisfy... [more]

I earned a Master's Degree in Physics in 2008 and Ph.D. degree in experimental nuclear physics in 2012. I think everybody can learn Physics and Math and these are interesting subjects. In most cases these subjects are made difficult because of the persons teaching it. I enjoy teaching physics and math for mainly two reasons: first, students can assess their physics/math knowledge through problem solving and critical thinking, and second, physics/math provides students the opportunity to ... [more]

I graduated Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in Biology and then attended medical school in Kansas City. I have studied math and science on many levels and have seen many different teaching styles. I think it's important to tailor the learning to the student which is why I take the time to understand how a student learns before jumping into the information. I have been tutoring for almost 10 years, beginning back in college. Most recently I have been tutoring with anot... [more]

I am currently a graduate student at KUMC in the Biostatistics program, where I am also a Graduate Research Assistant. As part of my GRA, I am tutoring an intro statistics course. Helping students understand the concepts in that course has been such a great experience that I decided I want to look for more opportunities to tutor in math. For fun I like to play/watch sports and I also enjoy playing board games. I have passed these courses in college, earning A's. I currently am pursuing a Ma... [more]

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