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I have a Bachelor of Science in Physics, which involves Calculus, and a Minor in Mathematics (a few courses shy of obtaining my degree in Math). I received my Bachelors of Science in Physics with a Minor in Mathematics at San Francisco State University and just a few classes shy away from obtaining my Mathematics degree. I was acknowledged and received the Eden Academic Excellence Award in Physics and have done research in both Radio Physics and Searching for Cold Dark Matter with a concentration in Astrophysics, which provided a platform for higher mathematics and computer programming. Combin [more]

I am an intelligent, fun-loving, enthusiastic former college instructor who loves learning and helping others learn. I can help make mind-boggling subjects more manageable and maybe even fun. After completing a Master's degree in economics, I taught both math and economics at community college and university, followed by several years of tutoring. While teaching Algebra 1, I excelled at helping students who had always struggled with math gain confidence and begin to enjoy the class. I r... [more]

I am a Mechanical Engineering graduate from Duke University with a minor in history. I am currently employed full time, and have two kids of my own. I have lectured in a University setting as a graduate student at Virginia Tech. When I'm not working I can usually be found curled up with a book or out enjoying the outdoors with my family. Through helping my kids and the work I did at VT I found that I truly enjoy helping students learn and reach their academic potential. I've always been ... [more]

As a physics undergraduate and graduate student, calculus was the language of my degrees. I took many college mathematics courses, including upper division, and have used calculus on a daily basis for the last 7 years of my life. I find it to be among the most interesting and useful mathematical subjects. I have been tutoring and teaching math and physics for over 5 years to both high school and college students. Throughout both my undergraduate and graduate studies, I served as a teaching assistant in physics and astronomy classes. I have also worked as a researcher in astrophysics and high e [more]

I, personally, have always enjoyed Mathematics and I would like to encourage appreciation of math and competency with math in my students. I appreciate the usefulness of mathematics through using it in obtaining a Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering and as a primary design tool during 30 years as a practicing electronics engineer. I have recently received Idaho teacher certification in Mathematics, grades 6-12, through the American Board for Certification of Teacher Excellence or ABCT... [more]

During my years as a student at Montgomery Jr. High school in San Diego, I became interested in Astronomy and began developing an understanding of basic scientific principles. At an early age, I appreciated how rewarding, challenging, and daunting, the study of math and science can be. I soon began to explore the engineering side of Astronomy by building and using telescopes. During this period, I also joined the San Diego Astronomy Association and attended math and science lectures at the Ge... [more]

I have many College/Grad school level classes with excellent grades in my diplomas including Calculus and related subjects. I was a TA in Physical Chemistry class, where I often had to take a role of Calculus teacher, since not every student took Calculus before. I have a passion in sharing the knowledge and helping others to master new concepts. I am a full-time professional engineer for the last 6 years after graduating from the PhD Program in Chemistry at Rice University. In graduate school I had a lot of experience working as Teaching Assistant, Discussion Leader and Problem Solving Sessio [more]

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