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As an undergraduate and graduate student in physics, my specialty was astrophysics. I was also the teaching assistant for several planetary science classes. As a student approaches a subject, there are two major factors to success: a solid foundation in the fundamentals and skills at solving problems. The fundamentals are very important for understanding why aspects of the subject work the way they do and to be able to build on one aspect to understand others. Being able to solve problems means the student can apply what they have learned in useful ways. As a tutor, my role is to insure that [more]

Math and physics are hard--that's why I'm here to help you survive and thrive! If you struggle with equations, get lost in word problems, or can't grasp the core concepts, don't worry: you aren't alone! As a physics graduate with 3 years of experience in tutoring, I am knowledgeable in several areas of study, including electromagnetism, mechanics, introductory atomic and quantum physics, optics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, condensed matter, and oscillations/waves. My strong suit is in t... [more]

Science and Math: I am a part-time physics instructor at Endicott College in Beverly, MA, and am finishing my PhD in Physics at Tufts University in Somerville, MA (expected Summer 2018). I received my BS in Physics and Astronomy, and minor in Mathematics, from the University of Pittsburgh in 2010, and my MS in Physics from Tufts University in 2014. I currently teach both algebra-based and calculus-based second semester physics lectures and laboratory at Endicott College. Recently I have ta... [more]

I love to tutor and am excited to find myself with enough time to take on a small number of students. I graduated from MIT and am currently working on a start-up part time and at MIT as an instructor. I miss the one-on-one academic environment and am keen to share some of my knowledge. I would like to teach math (through BC calculus), science (physics, chemistry, biology, environmental), engineering (mechanical, electrical) or history (modern European or US). I could also help you prepare for... [more]

I am a professional astronomer and software developer working at a large university in Cambridge. I am offering tutoring in physics, astronomy, and math at all levels. I can also accommodate small groups. I recently finished my degree in physics from a top tier university on the west coast, and I recently moved out to Boston for work. I have extensive experience using mathematics during my Bachelor's degree. I have also tutored people in calculus in the past with great success. My B... [more]

I am a PhD graduate student at UMass as well as a full-time Medical Physics assistant at Massachusetts General Hospital. My teaching experience is listed below: Teaching Assistant - 2 years - Physics 1 and Physics 2 Teaching Assistant - 2 years - Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Instrumentation Summer Adjunct Faculty - 2 years - Astronomy Calculus, Precalculus, Statistics, Probability, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Astronomy, Physics, Physical Science, Nuclear Physics, Modern Physic... [more]

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In order to help you make the important decision concerning a tutor, let me give you a brief introduction: I have taught physics (from the college/honors levels to the AP levels (Mechanics/Electricity & Magnetism Level "C" with calculus and Level "B" without calculus) and mathematics (algebra 2; pre-calculus; calculus: differential/integral and multivariable). I have had forty-two years of teaching experience. I retired last June from a High School, and currently am tutoring students from ... [more]

I have been tutoring for a number of years. I have helped students from 6th grade through college grow in confidence as well as achieve greater success in the classroom. Further, I am a graduate of Boston College and licensed teacher. I have experience working with students in numerous subjects as well as in standardized test preparation. A successful collaboration between a student and tutor can leave both enriched and fulfilled! I look forward to working with you.... [more]

While growing up I was an active amateur astronomer, and I have taught this subject at the introductory level. I have the good fortune to be married to a professional astronomer who occasionally involves me in her work on symbiotic star systems. I am an experienced high school physics and mathematics teacher, retired, with current Massachusetts certification in both areas. I have taught various levels of mathematics--through calculus--as standalone courses and as part of the content of physics courses, so I have a range of pedagogical strategies to employ in these areas. I am very much awar [more]

In addition to obtaining a B.A. in Astronomy and Physics, I have been teaching astronomy at the Charles Hayden Planetarium now for three years. Prior to this career, I held an undergraduate research position studying space physics. I recently started tutoring high school physics, and it has been a wonderful experience! It is incredibly rewarding to see progress and understanding in students. I also work at the Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science in Boston where I educate the public on astronomy. I provide 45-minute live presentations on the universe to audiences of 50-200 peopl [more]

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