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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]

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 am very adept at tutoring calculus since I use it everyday on my job, tutor it, and have received my minor in mathematics. I love explaining it and enjoy helping others understand it. My name is Blake and I'm a physics and math tutor. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in physics and minor in mathematics at Stephen F. Austin State University. After college, I worked as a high school math teacher at West Orange-Stark High School in Orange, TX. I taught subjects such as Algebra 1, Geometry, Honors and Regular Pre-Cal, and AP Statistics. I have an extensive background in tutoring middle schoo [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]

Calculus is an exciting subject developed independently by both Newton and Leibniz in the 17th century. Calculus is basically the mathematical study of limiting processes. To understand calculus in a deep and comprehensive manner, one must get comfortable with the idea of a limit. Calculus I involves studying limits, definition of derivatives, anti-derivatives, definite integrals, differentiation techniques, and volume integrals. In Calculus II you will deal mostly with techniques of integration, although you are also introduced to the notion that a function can be represented as an infinit [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]

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering and also a minor in Physics, May 2010. I have completed related courses in Calculus I,II and III, Advanced Calculus, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Modern Applied Mathematics , Numerical Analysis, University Physics I,II and III, Modern Physics. and Classical Mechanics. I have 10 years of teaching experience and taught high school mathematics and science. I have been tutoring since I was in high school... [more]

Hi, my name is Allen and I'd love to help you become more confident and succeed in math. I currently serve as Director of the Math Center at UHCL, and helping students succeed in mathematics is my strongest skill. I have a Master's and a degree in Mathematics from Kent State University. I?ve worked as a math instructor at Kent State, Michigan State, and University of Houston for a combined total of eight years, and I currently serve as director of a math tutoring center. I have ten years of ... [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]

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