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I grew up just 30 minutes out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. I came to Nebraska in the fall to study Architecture and Philosophy at the University, which is what I am currently doing. Outside of university life I enjoy reading, writing, the outdoors, climbing, soccer and above all just learning new things. I developed my love for learning at my high school, all the way back in Minnesota. There I challenged myself and sought out the hardest classes I could find. Calculus I & II, European Histor... [more]

Hi, my name is Alex! I am a software engineer with years of experience with computers, including everything from applications like Excel and Microsoft Word, to computer architecture and programming. Before I became a software engineer, I spent many years working as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). For this reason, I am equally knowledgeable about economics, finance math, and business. With my engineering background, I am comfortable teaching any level of math from algebra to pr... [more]

Experienced working with College students in Pre-Calculus as well as Calculus level courses offered by UNL Dept of Mathematics. I am well trained and qualified to empathize with students that struggle in Math. The education courses I have taken have helped me make my teaching more effective and challenge students within their zone of proximal development. I can provide multiple different ways of solving problems and let the students decide which one the feel more comfortable with. I am strong... [more]

I taught mathematics at the Junior High Level, the Senior High Level, and at the College Level. I have worked at the college level for the past 15 years and most recently as the Academic Dean at a local college. As the Academic Dean, part of my job is to teach instructors methods of getting students to understand the material. That means I taught people how to teach. I have tutored students at numerous levels for many years to all levels of education. I enjoy watching the "light bulb" come ... [more]

I took and received A's in both Basic and Advanced Algebra in high school. Over the past five years, I have worked as a Mentor to the Highly Gifted in Lincoln Public Schools. Algebra 2 was a somewhat common subject which gifted students would master at a rapid pace. I can teach students how to approach algebra, and I find walking them through a problem is very effective in helping them understand how to solve it quickly and well. I am an ex-national laboratory Ph.D. physicist who is between careers and looking to stay busy during my long job search. Tutoring gives students benefit from my ex [more]

After high school, I attended Hesston College in Kansas. I graduated with my associates in science and 4.0 GPA. While there, I tutored a variety of math classes and assisted in the general chemistry lab. Currently, I am enrolled at UNL for Chemical Engineering with a Junior standing. I have experience tutoring in Algebra I and II, College Algebra, Calculus I and II and Differential Equations. I have experience as a lab assistant and tutor for General Chemistry. I have also completed Or... [more]

I am very passionate about math and I enjoy helping others that struggle in that area to succeed. I have been a math tutor for Andrews University for over 3 years. I assisted students by providing individual tutoring to improve their academic grades in the courses of Precalculus, Linear Algebra, Calculus I, and Statistics. I also strengthened student?s study strategies and simplified mathematical concepts to an understandable manner for students. Contact me if you have any further questio... [more]

I have been working as a math and science mentor for highly gifted students in LPS for the past nine years. I have had several students that I have mentored beginning in first grade till high school. I have always developed a special relationship with my students and their parents. I design the curriculum and teaching style to match my students learning style. I individualize my teaching methods based on the strengths and weaknesses of the student. Students are challenged so they grow to the... [more]

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