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I have a lot of experience studying and teaching physics, math, and computer science. I have a physics degree from MIT, and I'm in my 4th year of my computer science PhD at the University of Illinois. I've taught summer courses to high school students about theoretical computer science, digital electronics, and microbiology. In addition, I have taught as a computer science teaching assistant in the course of my PhD. I'd be happy to help you learn and get better at middle school and high scho... [more]

Hello, future students. My name is Jay, and I just spent the last five years teaching English in China. Now I've returned to the U.S. and am looking to teach again. Back in China, I tutored students every weekend. During that time, I realized that most students struggled because their teachers explained new concepts in the most complicated way and rarely gave students ample practice time. I think my years of experience have helped me figure out how to explain things simply and patiently. How... [more]

Hello students and parents! My name is Kody and although I specialize in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) tutoring, I am well versed in and capable of tutoring a wide range of subjects. I graduated from Port Charlotte High School, in Port Charlotte, FL as the valedictorian of a class of nearly 500 students. I was also able to graduate high school with 52 college credits and as both a National Merit and AP scholar. I recently earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mec... [more]

I consider myself to be a natural tutor. I love to learn new things and am constantly sharing what I learn with others. I have a passion for math and computer programming and have been a programmer for over 20 years. When I was a kid I bought myself my first computer and played around with it until I learned all about basic programming. I continued to learn about computers mostly through self-teaching because I was always so inquisitive. I landed my first programming position at age 23 where ... [more]

I am a CS Minor and I have completed java with high marks. I am the lead Calculus tutor at Wright State's Math Learning Center. I am a senior at Wright State in the Mathematics program. Classes that I am comfortable in tutoring include Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3, and Linear Algebra. I started tutoring Algebra and Calculus at Sinclair's Math Lab under Jungmi McBride in the spring semester of 2015 and I have worked at Wright State Math Learning Center since the fall semester of 2015. I have 3 years tutori... [more]

I have taught for the past 2 years at Olney central College in Olney, Illinois. Using my vast schooling/computer experiences I am able to help students both with computer applications and programming and also with any other schooling subjects. The core subjects I have taught include Microsoft applications, programming with an emphasis on web programming, Java programming, Microsoft and A+ certifications. Working in a business environment for over 15 years, I have much experience in all as... [more]

I am currently a high school teacher in a South suburb of Chicago, and I have worked in the same district for the last 15 years. I am licensed to teach Secondary Education, with endorsements in Mathematics and Business Computer Programming. Every year, I typically teach courses in Algebra and Geometry, as well as AP Computer Science (Programming in Java). In the past, I have also taught Probability and Statistics, and other computer programming courses, such as C, C++ and Web Programming. ... [more]

I started learning Java early in my college career. I earned a B.S. in Computer Science, during which I did an independent project in Java, focusing on an expert system. I have some personal experience working with the Android development kit in Java. As a life-long self-learner, teaching has always been important to me. That old adage, that teaching is learning twice, is more than just a saying; I am always learning, and I hope to find students with that same burning desire for knowledge. During my senior year in college, I had my first real hands-on teaching experience tutoring students i [more]

I have become very skilled at Java through college and years of independent study. Thousands of hours of programming experience have taught me the quirks of the language, and the best practices. I'm also familiar with concepts like game programming, JDBC and more. So, in our lessons, I can demonstrate both the "how"s AND the "why"s of Java and its many applications. Since I was young, I've loved computers, and being creative. I started programming in high school, and it's been my favorite hobby ever since. Since then, I graduated from my local college with a degree in Software Engineering and [more]

I studied for two years at University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and finished up my college education in Computer Science at University of Phoenix. Prior to starting college, however, I had done several years of coursework in high school relating to computer programming, as well as other subjects, including but not limited to: Math up to and including Calculus BC, Advanced Placement/College Physics, ACT preparation courses, and Spanish. On top of having learned 5 years worth of coursewor... [more]

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