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Hello! My name is Christine, and I have been teaching since 2004. I have a B.S. in chemical engineering from UC Berkeley and a M.S. in mathematics from California State University. I currently teach at the University level and have taught everything from basic math and algebra all the way up to calculus. I started my college career at a community college. The first class I ever taught was Intro to Statistics and it is the class I have taught more than any other course. I have also taught... [more]

I have taught Calculus at the University level about 15 times. I have written hundreds of tests and problems on my own. I have Stewart's Calculus essentially memorized. I wrote a textbook on the subject and have peer-reviewed papers about teaching Calculus. I'm Ryan! I am a PhD in mathematics and a former professor in the applied math department at CU, and yes, I wrote those nasty tests :). I work in tech now and am looking to get back into tutoring and teaching; I miss solving problems and helping people understand what a beautiful subject it is. I am a patient person and understand how frust [more]

Hi, I?m Matthew. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor?s degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. In all of my classes there was a heavy focus on biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics as well as a focus on critical thinking and problem solving skills. I?ve found that my experience with a class is almost entirely determined by the professor and teaching assistants as opposed to the material covered. A good teacher can make the world of diff... [more]

Calculus is best learned by following the rules very closely. Deliberate work leads to fewer mistakes. One of the easiest ways to save time is to remove the need to fix your mistakes. Following this plan long enough leads to consistently high performance and improved speed. Confidence is one of the most important aspects of academic achievement. I build student confidence by asking questions and creating a scaffold for students to learn with. This formula encourages students to take an active role in their learning. When students find the answers themselves, they are much more likely to rememb [more]

I show meaning behind the equations. I teach you to study smart. Whether homework, exams preparation, or lab report, it is going to be not just correct, it's gonna be fun! I taught University Physics at Denver University in 2014 and 2015 and was an instructor of record. I know what your professor is looking for, because I was that professor. ... [more]

My name is DJ, and I excel in tutoring a variety of math subjects. I graduated from the University of Southern California with a BS degree in chemical engineering and a minor in statistics. My GPA was 3.5, much higher than that in my math classes, including a 4.0 in classes for my statistics minor. I can tutor most math subjects, including algebra I, algebra II, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, and statistics. I also do ACT math and SAT math test prep (I received a 34 on my ACT ... [more]

I've worked in the analytical software business for a number of years, and have trained software engineers for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. I have extensive practical experience with using math and science for software applications. I have run a software consulting business for over 15 years. I have taught computer science courses for CU/Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. I have B.S. degrees in computer science and physics from Colorado State University. So...why be a tutor? I... [more]

I have taught AP BC Calculus and AP AB Calculus for five years. I have prepared many students for the AP Exam. Hi! I lived and taught math for five years in boarding schools in New Hampshire and Maine, as well as worked as a tutor in the Carleton College Math Skills Center. I love working with both high school students and college students. I have taught Precalculus, Calculus, Trig, Algebra 2 and Geometry. Working at a boarding school meant that not only did I teach during the day, but I also offered homework help during evening study hall for students in any math class. I created projects as [more]

I worked in finance as a derivatives trader for 15 years making real-time risk decisions involving multi-dimensional quantitative problems. I?ve always been attracted to quantitative problems because I am more verbal/cerebral/?right-brained? by nature. After reading that the secret to Einstein?s historic intelligence was a colossally-sized corpus callosum I wanted to see if I could strengthen my own corpus callosum by developing my left-brain and recruiting right-brain neurons to be left-... [more]

I am a 4th year mechanical engineering student at Rochester Institute of Technology and am interning in the Boulder area for the summer. I enjoy tutoring STEM subjects and have been involved in tutoring students from RIT. It is extremely rewarding to be able to share my passion for learning and engineering. I am excited to be in Boulder and I plan on getting my PhD here in Colorado. As I am on an internship this summer, I am looking for afternoon or weekend tutoring to work with both our sch... [more]

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