6 Astronomy Tutors Found Near St. Petersburg, FL



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Michael K.

Astronomy Tutor

Wimauma, FL 33598

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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Real World Experience and perspective

I recently retired from a sales career and have a keen understanding of communication styles, organization and goal setting. The skill set between sales people and teachers are remarkably similar. I am a solutions driven person. My goal with any student will be to first identify why they are not succeeding. For example when I went to SPJC for Math, I struggled because I have always struggled with Math. My solution was to take a math lab and the course at the same time so I was always on... [more]


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William Z.

Astronomy Tutor

Clearwater, FL 33760

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Chinese Math Tutor to Help Passing Exams

My name is William and I graduated from University of South Florida's engineering department with double degree bachelors in computer science and information systems, also a minor in economics. Later I obtained a master of science in management information systems degree from Florida State University. While going through school I have nearly always tutored on the side, mathematics for the most part, on and off for about 4 years with mostly high school students and some adults. I had achieved... [more]


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Stephen R.

Astronomy Tutor

Tampa, FL 33611

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.71 55 ratings

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Mathematics & Test Preparation tutor.

I have tutored students in Introduction to Astronomy and Physics sciences at St. Leo, I will provide a quantitative introduction to the physics of the solar system, stars, the interstellar medium, the galaxy, and the universe, as determined from a variety of astronomical observations and models. Feel free to contact me with any questions. I hold a Bachelors of Mathematics & Science of Education from Tennessee Wesleyan University. Currently, I'm a certified Tutor, and Teacher. I'm Original form the Tampa Bay area and have returned to educate my fellow Floridian's. I struggled to understand conc [more]


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Robert L.

Astronomy Tutor

Ruskin, FL 33570

Will travel 21 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 43 ratings

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Effective Math Tutor Specializing in Test Prep Skills

I have been a teacher in both middle school and high school for 30 years. As a teacher, I work to create an atmosphere in which students feel safe, loved and respected. I endeavor to make the classroom atmosphere fun with a variety of teaching methods such as games, instruction, hands on experiences that allow the student to work toward solving problems in social settings. 96% of my students have earned an above average "B" grade. As a tutor, I attempt to do the same. I worked previously... [more]


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Jason W.

Astronomy Tutor

Saint Petersburg, FL 33705

Will travel 18 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 18 ratings

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PhD Available for Philosophy, History, Law, English Tutoring

I hold a PhD in philosophy, with a graduate minor in law, from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. I currently teach philosophy at Eckerd College, and have previously taught at George Mason University, Georgetown University, George Washington University, and American University, as well as Renmin University and China Foreign Affairs University in Beijing. As a tutor, I offer nearly 10 years of experience as an instructor, teaching assistant and tutor, in several core subjects within as w... [more]


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William A.

Astronomy Tutor

Largo, FL 33773

Will travel 10 miles

$44 per hour.

4.6 20 ratings

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Let a Professor help you; I care that you succeed in Math and Science

There are certain subjects, like Astronomy, that study not only ?the world?, actually ?The Universe?, in which we live, they also invoke spectacular imaginations to students of all levels. I feel very much the same sort of awe; from the books and toy telescopes that I received as a child, to the telescopes and space programs I work on today. Having worked on missions such as the NEAR-Shoemaker Asteroid Rendezvous for The Johns Hopkins University and the Mars Observer for RCA, I feel that my perspective is somewhat uniquely qualified by my own personal experiences and achievements. Being a p [more]