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Hello, my name is Dr. Kelly, and I am well versed in mathematics, physics, and the medical sciences. I got my undergraduate degrees in physics and economics and my doctor of naturopathic medicine degree from SCNM. I currently teach anatomy and physiology. I believe that a good tutor gets to know their student and understands what THEIR problems are and attends to them instead of just trying to hammer all the concepts into their head. In my experience, even the most abstract mathematical or ... [more]

I have taught high school math for the past 20 years, the last five years teaching AP Calculus AB and AP Calculus BC. Additionally I have taught the business Calculus course at the community college. I have been a high school mathematics teacher for the past 20 years. I have taught courses ranging from pre-algebra through AP Calculus (AB and BC) and AP Statistics. I have a strong belief that all students can be successful in mathematics. I know what it takes to achieve this success in high school and community college math courses, in addition to knowing how to prepare for standardized tes [more]

In addition to taking calculus 1-3 with analytic geometry and earning A's every semester, I was also an Instructional Assistant for ASU. Through the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, I worked with some fabulous professors in Calculus 1-3 courses for engineers. My name is Ashley. I earned a Masters in Education from Arizona State University, graduating summa cum laude. I also have an Arizona Teaching Certification for grades 7-12 mathematics. Currently, I teach middle school math at a public junior high. I also have experience teaching high school mathematics (Algebra 1, Geo [more]

I had the most fun when I finally arrived in Calc II. I then could use all the mathematics that I had learned throughout the years. Calc III is even better since it uses the z axis. As a student that shied away from almost every subject, I appreciate how daunting any subject can be. My individual finding is nothing is more rewarding than successfully winning a good grade with a subject that you struggle with. Mathematics: I have many years preparing students for success by understanding different learning styles and tutoring to a student?s style. From basic arithmetic to algebra, trigonome [more]

After excelling in my own calculus classes I've been tutoring college students for the past two years. I've gained an understanding of where students will struggle most and how I can help. I can help you with your calculus needs. I?m Kyle and I?m a Biomedical Engineering student at ASU. I love my degree and I love learning new thing as well as teaching. However, I didn?t always feel this way. I used to get overwhelmed with my school work and become frustrated with the difficult concepts. It was obvious that I needed a change. I decided to learn some new study habits and surprisingly, my outloo [more]

I can help students to understand and gain skills necessary to become proficient in applying the mathematical concepts and tools of calculus. I have Bachelor's (1998), and Master's (2004) degrees in Computer Science at Arizona State University, more than five years of math tutoring at Mesa Community College and Arizona State University, and more than twenty years of industries work experiences. Currently I am working as a professional software engineer, Aikido instructor, and also offering private math lessons to adults and kids. I love math and love to motivate students to learn this subject [more]

I have experience successfully guiding students in a variety of calculus levels and courses, especially college-level classes. Courses I have tutored include brief calculus, calculus 1, and calculus 2. My experience largely from tutoring engineering students at Arizona State University and online math tutoring. Hi, my name is Nathan! I'm currently a sophomore studying Biomedical Engineering at Arizona State University. Like many of you, I am not naturally good at test-taking. I worked hard to pass and excel at tests during high school and now in college, especially for tests where the reso [more]

I am always looking for ways to share my love of science - be it volunteering at museums, performing demonstrations at science events, or simply exploring the answer to a friend's interesting question. As corny as it sounds, my passion lies in rocks. They hold clues to the origin of our universe, not to mention valuable economic resources! Through keen observation and sound logic, we can piece together the history of an entire continent and hypothesize about its future. I am an experienced... [more]

First off, I love math! I have always been passionate about the subject and love helping others find that passion for themselves. I have 10+ years of tutoring experience, three years of teaching at the secondary level, and 4.5 years of teaching at the collegiate level. I have experience tutoring the following subjects: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus, Calculus, SAT Math, and any of the ACT subjects. I truly enjoy tutoring and helping students learn! For high school students: I... [more]

I've tutored for calc 1 several times, and so I'm familiar with the topics where a lot of people struggle. Additionally, the whole of physics relies on calculus, so I have a lot of experience using tools from calculus courses to solve physics problems. So, while the calc 1 course itself may emphasize a lot of things, I can help point out what topics come up again and again in the future, and what topics to really nail down. I can also provide some real word examples of where people have had to use calculus. [more]

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