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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 am a fourth year Ph.D. student at Vanderbilt in Economics, with three years experience as a TA in courses from intermediate to graduate. I was also selected to be one of just five graduate student instructors over the summer, designing and teaching an intro to economics course. You don't have to take my word for it- you can see all of my teaching evaluations, totally unedited, at MatKnudson.com/teaching . Aside from my experi [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]

My graduate coursework included "Advanced Calculus" and "Real Analysis." I taught Calculus I at the college level for multiple semesters. I developed my own curriculum utilizing the "GoodQuestions" Peer Instruction project from Cornell University. I am going on my fourth year as an instructor at the college level. I have a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in mathematics, which makes for a unique perspective on the purpose of math and its application in the world around us. Unlike most professors, I teach entirely introductory mathematics courses, which include [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 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]

My name is Ethan. I completed 2 MS degrees during 2011 - 2016. During my first MS degree, I was a teaching assistant at University of New Orleans. My responsibility was to teach Calculus and Introduction to Statistics. And during the second MS degree at LSU, I was teaching R and Probability. After graduation, I worked as a adjunct professor at North Lake College at Dallas during 2016 - 2017. And now I am a biostatistician at Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center. I have using R and statistics mo... [more]

I started organized tutoring in high school, but have helped my peers in their studies since kindergarten (skipping nap time and helping students count by 5s). I am a rising senior at Vanderbilt, and have helped those in and outside my classes. The types of classes I often help my peers in are math (calculus through differential equations and linear algebra) and science (physics and chemistry). I am also very open to tutoring for standardized tests (ACT, SAT, ASVAB, etc.). I am majoring in En... [more]

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