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Calculus can be a scary word for a lot of people. Not for me. I enjoy making Calculus into simple problems and analogies. Multivariable Calculus was the first class I taught. I have been tutoring Calculus for over ten years. Each year I volunteer with the local high schools to help prep their students for the AP calculus exam. I worked for 3 years as a MESA Facilitator creating lessons for outside study for Calculus. in 2012 I tutored 10% of Calculus AB class at a local high school. They all passed mostly with A's. I have passion for calculus and making easier and more understan [more]

Currently I am a teacher of Chemistry and Physics at a CA High School. Previously I have been an educational professional for 40 years, starting as a teacher of Math and Physics in High school to AP/1st year undergraduate level and I hold teaching credentials in both California and the UK. Later I taught Chemistry (the subject of my degree) to the same standard. I have many former students who have studied at the top UK Universities; Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Durham, Imperial London and so ... [more]

My name is Nicholas R. I am currently mathematics undergraduate at UC Santa Cruz. I have taken high level math courses up to vector calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations. In the past, I have been an AVID tutor at a High School. There I helped students in algebra 2 and precalculus. I also have experience with one one one tutoring. My main focus in tutoring is making sure my students understand the material thoroughly. I help students so that they are able to complete problems ... [more]

I have tutored all calculus series at the MESA center at Ventura College for about 2 years. I tutored college students that struggled to either understand the graphical meaning of the mathematical expressions or the mathematical reasoning of every method behind any problem being solved. I have taken all calculus series at a college level and got A's in all of them. I emphasize a lot the connection between a mathematical expression and its graphical representation because calculus can only be understood entirely when both of these aspects are mastered. [more]

I have Master's and Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering. I had fellowship from university while I was doing my Master's degree, doing researches in this field. I took my Master's degree from Florida International University which is an accredited university in USA. I love to teach a subject which I feel very comfortable about. Math, Physics and Chemistry are the subjects which I love them and I am very willing to teach them.I used to teach different problems to my classmates and th... [more]

I am a private tutor located in New York seeking to tutor students at all levels - Grade school all to College. Areas of expertise include: science (including psychology), history, math, geography, statistics, and social science (anthropology, sociology, etc). I can also assist with Spanish and English/Writing. My approach is pretty straightforward: to help the student understand HOW or WHY rather than simply WHAT. This involves patiently seeking multiple ways of explanation and presenting... [more]

Graduated from UCSB in Math/Stats. Taught Math at VC College, private tutoring to high schoolers and home schoolers. I came from a family of teachers. Since 1999, I have taught Math to homeschooled students as well as to students at brick and mortar schools. I make teaching Math fun and exciting for my students. I incorporate the Waldorf style, Vedic Math style, and Kumon style approach, depending upon my student's requirements. I am multilingual (French, English). I have bachelor's and master's degrees in Applied Statistics from University of California, Santa Barbara (1999-2003). I have taug [more]

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