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Hi, I?m Matthew. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor?s degree in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. In all of my classes there was a heavy focus on biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics as well as a focus on critical thinking and problem solving skills. I?ve found that my experience with a class is almost entirely determined by the professor and teaching assistants as opposed to the material covered. A good teacher can make the world of diff... [more]

I taught algebra and geometry for two years at a Denver Public high school and have another three years experience tutoring math at the University of Colorado at Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. The SAT includes geometry and I scored a 790 on the math section (top 1% rank). My first formal employment as a tutor was during my studies for engineering. This experience teaching fellow students inspired my pursuit of a career in education and I taught for six years at two Denver Public Schools. While I enjoyed the work, I preferred tutoring. I find tutoring to be more rewarding as the instr [more]

The study of logic, angles, and shapes. Geometry challenges students to think abstractly and to grow as a math student. I have taught Algebra through Pre-Calculus for 5 years and tutored all levels of college math for 4 years. I enjoy helping a student see the fun and excitement in learning that he or she can be good at math. Many times there are several ways to reach a solution to a math problem. I help a student find their best route.... [more]

I teach geometry in the classroom to students of all different ability levels (from honors/accelerated to those struggling with basic algebra skills). I have also tutored students in the subject regularly after school. Students have reported increased skills and positive learning outcomes after taking my class in this subject. My tutoring method is inquiry-based and consists of asking the students questions to draw out pre-existing knowledge, then refining the questions to isolate which specific steps in the problem-solving process are causing confusion. [more]

I am a Research Associate Professor at Colorado School of Mines. I have taught physics at CSM for seven years, and these classes include graduate Quantum Mechanics I & II, Nanoscale Physics and undergraduate Modern Physics and Computational Physics. My teaching evaluations have been above the department and school average for six semesters in a row. I have obtained students evaluation of 5.0/5.0 multiple times, and the following is a typical comment from my students: ?Dr. W. does an excel... [more]

My name is Alex. I am a 25 year old graduate student in mathematics at CU Denver. I graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.S. in physics and a B.A. in mathematics. I feel most comfortable tutoring in Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations because I use these subjects almost daily. I tutored off and on for 5 years during my time as an undergraduate as an independent private tutor in college algebra and cal... [more]

I've worked in the analytical software business for a number of years, and have trained software engineers for Fortune 500 companies worldwide. I have extensive practical experience with using math and science for software applications. I have run a software consulting business for over 15 years. I have taught computer science courses for CU/Boulder and Red Rocks Community College. I have B.S. degrees in computer science and physics from Colorado State University. So...why be a tutor? I... [more]

I tutored Geometry students at a High School. From understanding the "Why" of proofs to using all kinds of tools to calculate that angle, I have it covered. Confidence is one of the most important aspects of academic achievement. I build student confidence by asking questions and creating a scaffold for students to learn with. This formula encourages students to take an active role in their learning. When students find the answers themselves, they are much more likely to remember those answers when they need them, be it on the ACT or in college courses. One of the best things about this method [more]

I have taught Geometry at a local High School, which has helped me to understand student's challenges with the subject. Finally putting my job aside to pursue my passion, I left engineering and completed both a Math degree (Dean's list) and a secondary math teaching license in 2013. I tutored my way through school and students, at a minimum, raised one letter grade. Most importantly they gained an appreciation of learning how to think, as I guide them through a process of understanding. Having taught in various middle and high school classrooms for the last four years, I understand what a t [more]

I am a senior in high school. Math and writing are my strong suites. This year, I'm working as an aide in a geometry classroom. I've also had a lot of experience with both SAT and ACT subjects. This includes all the sections that ACT and SAT cover. As well as working on content, I can help with test taking strategies in order to place highly on either of these tests. I know which questions are likely to come up a lot, which skills you should brush up on, and which you don't need to worry abou... [more]

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