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I am a professional mechanical engineer with years of teaching and industrial experience, requiring strong knowledge of Calculus. I specialize in advanced math, science, and engineering subjects at the college-level but also teach English, writing, and music. My experience as a teacher spans over 15 years with a strong track record for success. I believe everyone, and I mean everyone, has the capacity to learn, and I do my best to take the subject material and make it as easy to understand and retain as possible. Unlike most teachers, I have strong industry experience, and therefore actually k [more]

Differential: Consider how you have calculated a rate of change until now. A difference in distance, area, volume, etc., was taken, and then it was divided by an interval of time over which the change occurred. Now, shorten the interval of time. Do it again. And, again. And, again--until the interval is infinitesimally small. In fact, let the interval shorten to zero (Yes, this is mathematically possible!). Once done, you will no longer have an average rate of change, but you will have an instantaneous rate of change for a given point in time. The above concept is the foundation upon which the [more]

I have tutored a number of students preparing for both AP AB and BC calculus. I have also tutored a number of home schoolers in Calculus. I have been a math tutor for five years. I also worked as a middle school math teacher in a high needs school for one year. I believe in the UPS - check method of solving problems. That is: U - Understand the problem - what is being asked P - Plan how you are going to solve the problem S - Solve the problem Check - Check your solution, particularly for reasonableness I believe in giving the students the background so that they can understand how and why c [more]

The most important attributes of any teacher are empathy and patience. I currently attend Harvard University and work as a professional writer and tutor. I've lived all over the United States, although I grew up in Scotland of all places. My scores on the SAT and ACT were perfect (2400 and 36 respectively), though I too had to work hard to get there, so I know what it's like when you're just starting out. Over the years, I've worked with students suffering from ADD, autism, dyslexia, dysgr... [more]

Hi! My name is Catherine and I'm a senior studying finance at UT Austin. I've had ample experience tutoring in many different subjects. In high school, I worked as a math tutor at the Mathnasium. I helped kids with homework and test prep on subjects ranging from fractions to calculus. I'm extremely patient with kids who have issues with making sense of math - it's a hard subject and I love seeing that spark of recognition when a concept makes sense! I also have experience with language tu... [more]

I have a Bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering from UT Austin and over 5 years of experience teaching both AB and BC Calculus. I spent 5 years as an in-school math tutor for all high school level math subjects (Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus, and Calculus) as well as physics and have tutored at several different schools in Austin, typically with students considered "at risk" academically. I attended the University of Texas at Austin and obtained my Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering. Although I decided that I enjoyed teaching much more than engineering, that didn't stop [more]

Hello, my name is Reece. I graduated from Texas A&M University in 2013 with a degree in Meteorology. I have a full time job dealing with environmental quality and enjoy going mountain bike riding and playing ice hockey. I have excelled in nearly all Math and science subjects throughout high school and college, tutoring most of them along the way. My combined 8 years of tutoring experience has allowed me to work with a variety of students and mold my teaching to their learning strengths. I... [more]

Hello, My name is Joe and I'm a licensed electrical engineer with passion for app development. I'm a former coding bootcamp instructor and I miss mentoring. I'm fluent in JavaScript and Python, including computer science fundamentals. I enjoy tutoring math and coding. I taught ESL many years and very comfortable teaching students whose native language is not English. I'm strictly focused on in-demand skills that have business value. ... [more]

Howdy y'all, my name is Juan. I'm a graduate student in the Aerospace Engineering department at the University of Texas at Austin; the main focus of my degree is in the Mechanics of Solids. I received my undergraduate degree from Trinity University. While at Trinity, I worked at the learning lab, a small tutoring center for k-12 students. I had the opportunity to help students with their math and science skills, in addition to conducting SAT preparation sessions. Additionally, I conducted sev... [more]

I am a returning exchange student from Taiwan, where I studied at the prestigious Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in Kaohsiung. During my time at Wenzao, I took multiple classes on a variety of subjects, which were all taught in either Chinese or Japanese. Due to this long term interaction with native speakers, I can effectively communicate in a way natural to a native speaker and transfer that knowledge to you! In April 2014, I was selected by the US State Department to receive a ... [more]

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