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I have a masters degree in Civil Engineering and currently work for a real estate service company in the role of a database administrator. I have experience in teaching high school students and freshmen college students several subjects in math including arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus and calculus. This current year of 2017-2018 I am teaching the following subjects: two high school students calculus, one high school student precalculus, one middle school student a... [more]

With a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, I have mastered a variety of math and science subjects, and I enjoy helping others grasp those same concepts. Through teaching large college classes, tutoring one-on-one, and grading assignments, I have learned to look at problems and concepts from many different angles. This skill allows me to teach you the way you learn--whatever those learning styles may be. Much of teaching involves answering the question, ?why??: why does one approach work, while ... [more]

All students can learn! I currently hold a teaching License in Kansas, as well as North Carolina. I have been teaching for over 15 years, in special education, English, Math, Social Studies and Science. While I have primarily worked with grades 5 through 12, I am happy to work with lower grades! I do not mind traveling, if the situation requires it, and prefer to work in an environment with access to plenty of reference material, such as a public library. I have acquired teaching mat... [more]

Since I started teaching and training twenty years ago, I've loved helping people learn new things. Over the years, then, I've developed a style that is both easygoing and incredibly successful. A tutoring session with me will start with me working hard to understand where you are in relation to the assignment at hand. Soon, I'll be guiding you -- not answering the questions for you, but helping guide you to the answers yourself. I don't leave till you understand the questions at hand... [more]

I enjoy making math and science more fun and understandable for middle school, high school, and college students. I graduated in spring '08 with a BS in Physics and Math and in spring '10 with a Master's in Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. I was the physics department tutor and supplemental instructor in college for three and a half years and am currently working for an engineering design firm. As of January 2018, I now have 13 years of tutoring experience! I have not always bee... [more]

I have graduate degrees in mathematics and biology and more than 20 years? experience teaching high school and college students; I have been tutoring for as long, especially in math, science, and writing. My experiences as an educator are diverse, having worked with students from many backgrounds, and I understand that a student?s challenges can be as much about the cultural context and learning atmosphere as about the subject matter. I have taught mainstream Americans, foreign students (both... [more]

After graduating with my MA in Latin from the University of Michigan, I found myself in unfamiliar territory. I had been a student my entire life, and suddenly, I was not. My eventual goal was (and still is) to earn a teaching certificate, but that is still a ways off. What else could I do? An idea hit me. Just because I am not a student anymore, however, does not mean I can't still dedicate myself to learning. There is no better way to do that than to help others learn too, and that is, m... [more]

I am an ex-national laboratory Ph.D. physicist who is between careers and looking to stay busy during my long job search. Tutoring gives students benefit from my extensive math and science education, and my proficiency in many subjects. It also helps me to continue to use this education, and so I consider it a win-win situation for the students and me. I have tutored University of Nebraska students in physics, and a high school student in calculus, all within the last year. I was sought o... [more]

The problem with math is usually not the student but the teacher. Math has this mystiques about it, that us very difficult subject. All though this partially true, it also has to be in a different manner. Since, math is a very creative subjective, I have found the greatest assets a math tutor must possess is flexibility and patience. Normally, math teachers are taught only one way to teach a subject and we blame it on the student, if can not learn the material. I believe my greatest str... [more]

I graduated from University of Florida with a masters degree in mechanical engineering. I have more than four years of experience tutoring students ranging from high school to graduate school. I also worked as an teaching assistant during my bachelors and taught mathematics, physics and fundamentals of engineering. My gre quant score is 170 and I was a cent percentile student in all my math courses. Feel free to contact me with any questions or to schedule a lesson.... [more]

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