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Hi, I'm Alexis, a 23 year-old with a passion for teaching. I am currently pursuing a PhD in Neuroscience at Vanderbilt University, where I recently graduated with Honors. My current career goal is to become a college professor, but I love working with students of all ages through Wyzant. I specialize in teaching a variety of sciences at many levels. As a tutor, I like to take a very engaging approach. I believe that a full understanding of concepts in any subject is crucial to success, and ... [more]

I am a PhD Mathematical physics Was teaching for more than 30 years at a 4 years college Currently I am retired. I was working as a professor of math for many years at Tougaloo College, Tougaloo, MS. I was teaching calculus, Differential equations, and Biostatistics. I always enjoyed helping the young students do Math During my teaching I met a great student and I helped them to excel. But also I met a lot of student who have fear of math, I comfort them and help them to do better. I said to those who have difficult, that I am here to help them to be successful in learning Mat... [more]

I completed Calculus 1-3 in my undergraduate coursework and earned A's in all three courses. I tutored my peers during the time I took the courses and have tutored both Calculus 1 and 2 at the high school and college level over the course of 5 years. I have a special interest in methods of integration, as well as series and sequences. Mathematics has always been my passion, but my love for teaching is what motivates me daily! I have worked as a private tutor for the past 7 years and graduated from the University of Central Florida with my BS in Mathematics last year. I recently moved to Frankl [more]

I am from Tallahassee, Florida. I went to Florida State University and majored in Computational Science with minors in Math, Physics and Meteorology. Through my education I have become proficient in most areas of math, including Calculus, Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. My programming proficiencies are in Python, Matlab, C++, Fortran 90, Mathematica and more (please ask for a less known language, I probably have some experience in it). With my degree in Computational Science... [more]

I graduated from Temple University with a 4.0 in my Math minor, which included honors calc I-III. I've also continued to hone my calculus as a PhD student in economics. I'm a current Ph.D. student at Vanderbilt in Economics. I'm entering my 4th year, and I have plenty of experience with tutoring, teaching, and helping students learn! In fact, I won the Rendig Fels Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching for 2017, I have a Certificate in College Teaching from Vanderbilt, and I taught Principles of Macroeconomics this summer. I will be working for Vanderbilt's tutoring lab in the fall. Even [more]

Calculus is a favorite subject for me because I actually prefer to tutor the more challenging subjects. I tutored for Calculus in a public school setting for years. I have also worked with students in private colleges with "challenging professors". This is a subject I've helped students with in high school and in college. I hold a doctorate in biomedical science and have extensive tutoring and teaching experience. I can tutor persons of any age, including those with disabilities. I am a well-rounded tutor who was elected Who's Who in both undergraduate and graduate studies. I have worked w [more]

I have worked as a chemistry and math tutor for a few years now, and I would be delighted to help you or your child. Every person learns differently. My goal is to figure out what areas or topics are not sinking in and relay the information in a different way that makes sense for the individual. Sometimes it takes extra attention and trying different approaches to learn complicated subjects such as chemistry or calculus. I try to break down the material into concepts that are easy to understa... [more]

I excelled as a senior in high school taking AP Calculus. I scored a five on the Calculus AB Advanced Placement exam. As a public tutor with The University of Tennessee, students would seek daily help in the subject of Calculus levels 1, 2 and 3, and I happily and effectively helped them achieve results and develop their understanding of Calculus. EXPERIENCE: I am an experienced mathematics tutor and mechanical engineering instructor. I have privately tutored for the past 6 years and am proficient in all high school and college-level math, as well as engineering and physics courses. While [more]

"Derive carefully, dangerous curves ahead!" is often posted on the walls of classrooms or in calculus textbooks. Yes, many of the curves do appear dangerous, but most of the time they just need to be understood, not judged. I am a visual learner, and when I teach calculus I draw pictures to enable the student to actually "see" what is taking place, thus encoding the information for better understanding. On October 7, 2013, I completed my PhD in Mathematics and Science Education. My accomplishment demonstrates that it is possible to overcome life's obstacles. As a teenager, I hated math and str [more]

Calculus, in summary, is the language that links distance with velocity and acceleration, circumference with area and volume, and mass with momentum and kinetic energy. My philosophy is that once you understand the purpose of calculus, you will be more in tune with getting the individual concepts that it requires you to learn in differentiation and integration. That is what I can bring to the table. I have engineered spacecraft, and launch vehicles and aircraft. Calculus directly applies to orbit mechanics in space travel as well as aerodynamics for aircraft. [more]

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