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How do you find the slope at any point on a curve that is constantly changing direction? How can you find the area of a region not bounded by the nice straight lines that make up rectangles, triangles, and trapezoids? Calculus! Calculus slices the mathematical world into itty bitty pieces called differentials. Comparing differentials gives you slopes. Adding them up gives you areas. And that's just scratching the surface. All of your math studies to this point have been laying the foundation for calculus. I was exposed to calculus in my first algebra class just as a lark or random tang [more]

I have had many years of learning and using calculus in the process of getting three engineering degrees. As a teacher, I have also completed the College Board AP Calculus workshop for teachers, and have tutored in the subject for two years. I have always loved learning, and I want to share that experience with my students. After spending 16 years as a professional scientist in the field of medicine, I have decided to focus on helping my children and other students with their academic quest. I can take the pain out of learning new things, share my enthusiasm and make school interesting. I [more]

I have 15 years of experience teaching both College level Calculus and AP Calculus. I have many practice exams for AP calculus. I have 24 years of experience teaching high school and college level mathematics as well as individualized tutoring. I love helping students figure out mathematics. I really struggled at first and I understand that each student thinks about mathematics differently. My goal is to figure out how each student learns and devise a plan to help that student reach their goals. Two years ago, I helped a junior in high school girl go from crying every time she took a math [more]

Greetings, Personal development is a process that occurs at every stage of one?s life and allows one to realize a potential that arises within the heart of our boldest dreams. Tutoring offers a profound level of engagement, wherein both the student and the tutor define and refine goals along their pursuit of excellence. I agree with Howard Gardner?s conclusion that there are multiple learning styles, yet seek to define an accurate means to appeal to a student?s learning style in a man... [more]

I am 34 years old. I have a Bachelor's Degree in English Literature and am currently working on a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering. Additionally, I am an engineering intern during the summers at NASA. I have been successfully tutoring students in math, physics, and English for over 10 years. All of the students I have worked with have passed their classes with A's or B's. Most of those students had much lower grades when we started - even failing grades. I tutor because I love to ... [more]

My name is Jerry and I've been tutoring all levels of HS and college Math and Physics for the past 7 years. I enjoy helping students, and my students like the way I explain hard to understand concepts in Math and Physics. I believe in a "simplistic" approach to teaching Math and Physics. I strive to teach Math and Physics without a lot of theoretical jargon and I teach a methodical approach to solving problems. While at the University of Arizona, I majored in Nuclear Engineering; I have a... [more]

I'm on my third year of the PhD in Biophysics. During this time and previously I've been teaching Math and Physics for engineering students at the University of Sao Paulo. I love tutoring because I know how difficult can be understanding science, that's why I always try to explain with simple examples and repeating all the time my students need until they get the right idea. My principal advice for the students who want to understand Math, is to organize ideas in order to have a methodology f... [more]

The bachelor's degree that I have earned is in mathematics. But before I came to United States, I was teaching Integral Calculus, Discrete Structures, Differential Equations, and Automata Theory at Angeles University Foundation College of Computer Studies. I taught there for 5 years (1995-2000), while I was taking my post-graduate (MS Math) studies. Right now, I'm working as a math teacher in a high school in Henderson. This means that I have a wide range of knowledge in math, and I can ... [more]

MATH, SPSS, Solidworks and Computing are some of the areas that I consider my forte, though I teach other subjects as well. I have had my education with three university degrees, each having extensive use of Mathematics. I have privately tutored students up to college level in the past and resumed this activity, as it gives me sheer joy and fulfillment of being able to share whatever knowledge and insight I may have gained. In a way, sometimes I find I am reliving some of the chapters of my o... [more]

I took calculus as an undergraduate and graduate student in physics and mathematics, including advanced calculus. I have held a Nevada Teaching License for years, and have a PhD in physics and mathematics. Former full-time substitute teacher in various CCSD schools, from elementary to high school. Taught math, science and other subjects. Also tutored for various private tutoring companies, to help students pass the Nevada Mathematics Proficiency Exam, required to obtain a high school diploma. As well, tutored students to pass various parts of the Scholastic aptitude Test, such as math and Eng [more]

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