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I believe that if mathematicians were smarter, more people would know math. My name is David. I was an early education major before I switched to Mathematics. I have tutored for four years at the University of Toledo,and for a year at Woodward High School. I have experience working with Children, first grade through high school. I also tutor adults,and people with developmental disabilities. I have approximately 10 years experience as a math tutor. What makes me a good tutor is that I can s... [more]

I have tutored Calculus 1, 2 and 3 at the high school (when applicable) and university level successfully, designed and taught the course at the university level multiple times, both online and in person, using multiple textbooks. I even have a log of student pitfalls specially made for this course! I have an undergraduate and Master's degree in mathematics, and am one year away from finishing a Ph.D. I received an A in all Calculus courses. Hello! My name is Anthony V. I am a Ph.D student in pure mathematics at the University of Toledo one year away from graduation, and I hold a Master's degr [more]

I'm a current medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. I graduated cum laude at Case Western Reserve University with a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry. I discovered my love of tutoring in high school when I was hired by the math department to tutor students K-12 needing some extra help. I continued tutoring throughout my undergraduate years. At Case Western Reserve University, I was hired to tutor my fellow classmates in biology, chemistry, anatomy, genetics, ph... [more]

Hello, I'm Zach. I'm a college student currently attending the University of Toledo and I am majoring in Computer Science (CSE) and Physics. As of early September 2017, I do not have any formal experience in paid tutoring, but I do have good experience in informal tutoring (sister, classmates, etc.), which I have been doing on and off since eighth grade. In high school, some of my extracurricular activities included Mock Trial, Model UN, Math team, Academic Team and JV football. I am very str... [more]

I've been tutoring for about 3 years and love every moment of it. I worked for Sam Houston State University with their Supplemental Instruction program which aims to improve passing rates of certain classes by hosting group study sessions led by someone who has proven their aptitude for the subject. I've also worked in the Math Center for over 2 years helping students with all levels of math and physics. Where possible, I would offer private tutoring outside of the center to students who ... [more]

Calculus was always one of my favorite subjects in school and that was one of the reasons that I chose to study electrical engineering in college. I have tutored calculus at different grades. As the son of two dedicated and passionate teachers (chemistry and literature), learning has been always my passion. And as much as I enjoy learning, I get a deep sense of gratification by helping others learn. You have probably heard the proverb: "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man how to catch fish and you feed him for a lifetime". To me, learning is a life-long endeavor and it re [more]

Engineering uses calculus in calculations of forces and moments, and in design. I have used it throughout my teaching and professional career. My background is in mathematics and engineering and have taught at various levels ranging from high school to the university. I can work with individuals on the basics; setting up the problem, determining what is needed and how to solve it. I have the patience to work through confusing concepts from simple to complex. I am an engineer, with degrees in Ocean Engineering (BS, MS), Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (MS), and Civil Engineering (PhD). I have [more]

Hello! If you need help with Physics or Math, I hope that you would consider contacting me. I completed my PhD in Physics in 2008, and moved to Northwest Ohio to teach, though I have been teaching physics and math since 2003. My philosophy on teaching and learning (and tutoring) would be described as "constructivist". You become a more advanced learner (in these subject areas in particular) by doing. However, "the doing" is made more effective when the activities are scaffolded, helping yo... [more]

I took the AP BC Calculus exam in high school and received a 5. I went on to take Calc III and Calc IV at Michigan, and received an A in both classes. I went on to take an advanced engineering mathematics course, and received an A- in that course as well. Calculus was actually my favorite topic in math, because there are so many real-world applications in this subject. From projectile motion, to carbon-dating, to enzyme kinetics, and microeconomic theory, there are many different applications of this subject. While Algebra and Trigonometry may seem boring, Calculus should never be boring. Hav [more]

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