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I became a math major because I couldn't imagine school without doing mathematics. I've worked with students who feel exactly the opposite: they can't imagine enjoying school when "doing" mathematics is part of the equation. In my eight years of teaching (Pre-algebra through Precalculus) and 16 years of tutoring (Pre-algebra through Calculus as well as Integrated Math 1-3 as part of the Common Core Curriculum), I've discovered that many students who just didn't "get math," achieved understan... [more]

This is the study of how changes affect our lives, represented mathematically. Calculus is one of the most fascinating subjects ever discovered and developed. Just think of what life would be like without velocity and acceleration to "tickle" our imaginations and reality. I have been teaching this subject to students for over 25 years, and I enjoy teaching it more today than ever before. And my students regularly tell me how I make the subject come alive for them. "Why study mathematics?" and "How will I ever understand this stuff?" are two of the most real and common questions I am asked whe [more]

Calculus is the Mathematical study of change. Though we are introduced to simple change in Algebra, most of science's problems are beyond the scope of Algebra. Calculus gives us the tools to study diverse processes that change over time and/or location. Most students I encounter are enrolled in High School AP Calculus courses or lower-division Calculus at a college or university as part of a math requirement for a science major. I am well-versed in the structure and content of the HS AP Calculus Exams. As an undergraduate, I earned A grades throughout the lower division Calculus courses at UC [more]

As a Chemical Engineer, MBA, and former private school Math/Physics teacher, I teach the way that I wish someone would've taught me. Calculus is one of my favorite subjects. "A Better Approach to Education" Unlike your teachers and your books, I explain Math concepts "in English" so that you get simple explanations that you're able to understand. As an engineer, I've learned how Math concepts are applied in the real world which allows me to show you how they're used, which ones are important, and why they should matter to you. My message is simple: The belief that math is difficult is just a [more]

Calculus is the starting point of higher mathematics. It is an extremely powerful tool for solving problems. There is hardly any branch in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) fields which does not require an in-depth knowledge in calculus. Jobs in STEM are among the best paid ones. If one masters the basics well, calculus becomes very easy and enjoyable. Learn calculus for fun. You will have a good job as bonus. A review from one of my past students: "It is unbelievable! Two months back I was thinking of dropping my engineering major just to avoid calculus. And now I sol [more]

I began tutoring in math and science as a sophomore in college and instantly fell in love with the experience. During this time, I've tutored over 60 students in the Stockton and Sacramento area, ranging from as young as 4 years old to as old as 55 years of age. I can truly say that I enjoy working with kids as well as adults. My tutoring approach can vary depending on the student?s needs, personality and learning style. However, my teaching philosophy is based on encouraging students to thi... [more]

I love mathematics and I love teaching, and I have thought mathematics and specially calculus for more than 4 years, and my major in my master and my PhD was applied mathematics so I supposed to know calculus perfectly. Throughout all the years I have studied, what really intrigued me were the basic concepts with which whole sciences were constructed. Having a deep and clear understanding and grasp of those concepts was the reason I have always been considered an absolute success in both teaching, in schools or at universities, and studying, during Bachelors and Masters or Doctorates programs. [more]

I have been studying Calculus since my sophomore year in high school. My Engineering degree and Mathematics minor both involve extensive training in advanced mathematical concepts. Calculus lies at the core of many of these concepts, and is a subject I am very familiar with. I am a mechanical engineering student about to graduate with a math minor. I love to teach and believe that a good tutoring relationship improves the mental well-being of everyone involved. I have completed all of the advanced math, science, and engineering courses and carry a good GPA. I have also passed the Fundamen [more]

I am a recent graduate from UC Davis, where I studied chemical physics and minored in human physiology and neuroscience. I have two years experience tutoring k-6 in math and reading, and three years experience tutoring college students in chemistry and math. I received a 32 on the old MCAT but I'm taking time before entering medical school to raise my son.... [more]

I am only available for the following dates (2017): June 5-21 July 5-7 July 24-28 I have taught Calculus, Algebra 2, Geometry, Algebra 1, Integrated Math II, and Integrated Math I. I have tutored Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry, and also tutor SAT and ACT. I have degrees in both math and computer science. I have been successful at raising students' grades in math. I'm able to explain concepts in multiple ways until students understand. It's important to me that students can do problems ... [more]

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