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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]

Of all the jobs I've had, tutoring is by far the most rewarding. I've tutored at community colleges in Los Angeles, both privately and through the school system. I've tutored students mostly in Algebra 1 and 2, and Statistics, and through the school system, I received a promotion within two months of working for them. The most rewarding part though, was seeing the students achieve success. There is nothing like seeing someone struggle through problems, and then, at some point, having a f... [more]

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 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]

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, 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]

I am a Philosophy/Physics double major at BSU, I graduate with my philosophy BA this summer and in Fall 2018 with my Physics BS. I have spent my entire college career tutoring math, English and logic as a volunteer and recently was hired by BSU to tutor statistics and calculus. I love to teach and help people grow. Even though I love to learn I understand the struggles that come with the process, having surmounted difficulties in academics that I never thought I would, I pride myself in shari... [more]

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