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I have been teaching Math and Science for over 25 years. I was awarded both the teacher and professor of the year. I have raised standardized scores in school districts. I am very patient and can work with all types of students. I am currently retired and teach only few college classes. I would love to tutor now. I have experience teaching Algebra 1 ,Algebra 2, Geometry, precalculus, calculus, physics and Chemistry. I have taught chemistry for over 25 years in high schools. I also wr... [more]

I have a bachelor's degree in physics and mathematics. I have over 4 years of experience tutoring math and physics. I am currently completing a master's degree in physics. My name is Lawrence, it's nice to meet you! I'm working towards a PhD in physics, with hopes of being a research professor at a university somewhere, someday. I enjoy teaching, and I love physics and mathematics. I am able to tutor just about any basic/intermediate math class and physics course, provided it's not at the master's degree level, or some upper division elective I have not taken. As the late Heath Ledger said," [more]

In my 15 years of experience as a teacher, I've taught Calculus in the classroom and tutored many students preparing for Calculus exams. I also actually use Calculus regularly in my studies at Rice University. - 13 years of classroom experience (in the public school systems of Philadelphia, Cambridge and Houston) - over 15 years tutoring experience - Masters in Education from the University of Pennsylvania - Currently a grad student in Applied Mathematics at Rice University My specialty is high school math, but I have experience teaching all ages and all levels of math, from the most elementa [more]

I taught AP Calculus (AB and BC) in high school for 15 years; a very high % of my students earned AP credit. I also taught Calculus I, II, and III in college. I think my strength is teaching the mathematics in ways students understand. That often takes several different approaches for Calculus. I also taught pre-requisite courses and can work to remedy any gaps in student learning that might cause difficulty in Calculus. I love math and helping students understand and apply what they are learning. I taught high school and college mathematics for more than 30 years and have tutored student [more]

Tutored for two years at San Jac. Math Lab, tutored privately for twenty years since. Also spent six years at Nasa and three at KPMG where I used math extensively. I specialize in connecting with students' individual needs and adjust the material to their learning style. Hello! Nice to meet you! Things you need to know about me: I have a passion for learning about the world around me, and I absolutely love to help others gain a similar understanding and fan that spark which lives in all of us. I have a B.S. in mathematics from UH-Clear Lake, and after six years at a government agency and [more]

I have a 2nd bachelor's in mathematics with Calc I-III and differential equations. Additionally, as a physicist, calculus is our go-to tool to solve a wide class of problems. I am currently a physics graduate student going into my 2nd year at UHCL. I earned dual bachelor's degrees in Physics and Mathematics from the City University of New York at Hunter College with a 3.5 overall GPA. My primary interest is in astrophysics and cosmology with the goal of pursuing a PhD in Astro. Currently, I am a Teaching Assistant for Modern Physics Lab and I have TA'd University Physics I (both physics majors [more]

I love calculus and believe it to be very interesting. If I can show someone how interesting calculus is then I feel I have done a good job. I love giving people the same understanding of a subject as me. In the 7+ years of experience I have tutoring the one thing I hear time and time again is "I hate math" or "I'm not good at math." I believe this to be nonsense for one particular reason. When I first started college I was an English major who didn't like math very much but as I took more and more math classes I began to enjoy it more and more and eventually got a degree in math and physics. [more]

This is my third year at the University of Houston, and I have continued a trend of applying Mathematics to almost everything I do. I've tutoring since the beginning of my freshman year at the CASA Tutoring Center. As my favorite subject to teach, I have always had a passion for helping students discover their own way of interpreting Math, including Calculus. I attend the University of Houston majoring in Biomedical Engineering. Every exam taken at UH was administered through the CASA facilities; for every test, there were CASA Tutoring Sessions where I volunteered for every exam in all my cla [more]

I studied the theory and methods of Calculus in mathematics and mathematical physics classes during my MS and PhD studies. In my teaching I reviewed Calculus methods to the graduate students. In my research I applied Calculus in physical kinetics, DNA physics and optics. The research has been published in many American and international scientific journals. Hello, I?m Dr. Arnold. I retired recently as a professor of biophysics after 18 years of working for UTMB, Auburn University, and University of Houston. I started tutoring almost 20 years ago when I prepared my daughter for the PSAT and SAT [more]

I am Antonio! I graduated with a Bachelor?s degree and a PhD in Engineering. In college, I realized the classes I appreciated most weren?t necessarily the topics I was most interested in. Rather, it was the professors who made the classes enjoyable. These professors were always engaging and comprehensible were teaching the material in the classroom, and willing to go extra mile when I asked for additional help or clarification. I enjoyed teaching so much that during my college years I found s... [more]

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