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Geometry is a two-part subject; 1) shapes and their sizes 2) argument (AKA, proofs) We don't just want to know things, we must also know WHY we know things. We start with shapes anyone can draw in the sand, but the habit of backing up your notions extends across every field of scholarship and created the scientific revolution. The Greeks tried to model the universe with numbers and arithmetic, thinking numbers only had meaning when attached to areas or lengths. The square root of two defeated that ambition. Ironically, the modern world largely succeeded crafting a geometrical model of t [more]

I created the the Symmetry, Shape and Space course at Marylhurst University. A second title could be Geometry for Fine Arts students. This course is popular because I apply mathematics to art and nature. Spirals and the golden ratio are used to analyze art from the pyramids to Mondrian. Students count petals on flowers to discover Fibonacci numbers, 1. 1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 13. etc. Students work with compass, string and scissors to design geometric shapes in the same way that Euclid taught ab... [more]

I have always enjoyed helping others learn. I attended the University of Notre Dame and graduated in 2011 with a 3.5 GPA and a double major in Mathematics and International Peace Studies. After graduation, I taught upper-level math courses at a high school in Central Florida. (My favorite was AP Calculus!) I am now a full-time tutor and specialize in tutoring students in mathematics (basic math, algebra I and II, geometry, precalculus, calculus) and GED math prep. I also can tutor beginning S... [more]

I graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of science in physics degree from Pepperdine University in 2015. Beginning my sophomore year at the university, I started running a small business doing private tutoring in physics, chemistry, and math at the high school and collegiate level. Additionally, I worked for the university as a laboratory teaching assistant in organic chemistry, research fellow in analytical chemistry, and research student in solid state physics. Over the course of the... [more]

I have a BSc in Mechanical Engineering/Math Minor with 3 yrs tutoring experience, including geometry. I am an engineer with a passion for solving problems. I have a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and Math Minor. I also tutored grammar to international students in college. I have 3 years working as a tutor in college, where I have tutored a variety of students from different backgrounds and understanding level. I have tutored Algebra, Trigonometry, statistics, calculus, geometry, and probability. In addition to Math, I have experience tutoring Physics and Chemistry in an academi. [more]

I'm currently an Engineering student at Clark College and I'm planning on transferring to New Mexico Tech in the fall of 2015. I was in the banking industry for over 10 years, from retail banking to cash vault services to credit card processing, before deciding to go back to school a couple years ago. Before I started at Clark, I volunteered for a year through AmeriCorps. I was placed at the WorkSource in Vancouver and I was able help to people of my community find jobs by leading workshops o... [more]

Hello, My name is Naomi and I recently graduated from Willamette University with a bachelor's degree in Anthropology. I love reading, writing and engaging in critical conversations with others. I have experience tutoring a variety of subjects at the highschool level including algebra, chemistry and English. I have also worked as a writing consultant and love helping students work through the writing process, from coming up with ideas to editing final products. My approach to tutoring is... [more]

I am a patient and compassionate educator who specializes in teaching adults. We all have strengths and weaknesses. I will honor your strengths and help you achieve your goals in the subject areas that I tutor. We will set goals together, check in about progress, and communicate about next steps. I specialize in professionals, returning students, non-traditional students, and students with special needs, along with a knack for teaching the successful learner who just wants to strengthen his o... [more]

Hello, thank you for viewing my profile. I have over five years of experience tutoring students of various ages and backgrounds; including middle, high school, college, and returning adult students. I have worked for tutoring agencies, colleges, and privately. I am comfortable tutoring students one on one, or in groups. I focus on subjects related to Math, Engineering, and Science. The subjects I tutor are SAT Math, ACT Math, GRE Math, Prealgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalc... [more]

I have helped many of my peers and younger students in understanding geometry. I use geometry in my day job and enjoy math as a whole! I have been tutoring elementary students since I was in middle school. I continued tutoring 5th graders in math and reading throughout high school as an elective class. I also participated as an outdoor school counselor for 3 years at a local elementary school. This involved creating and participating in games, puzzles, and outdoor science lessons. This was a great way to take learning to a whole new level. In high school, while taking AP Calculus, I even tut [more]

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