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Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.93 326 ratings

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]

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.94 1120 ratings

I am an experienced tutor able to help with high school and college math and chemistry. My credentials include a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Kansas and extensive coursework in mathematics. I have been tutoring students since 1997 and have helped with a wide range of subjects including first grade through high school math, advanced placement chemistry, business calculus, and organic chemistry. I can assist with homework and test preparation. I am also willing to work with home... [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$62 per hour.

4.99 313 ratings

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]

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 433 ratings

I am a physics professor with over twenty-five years of college and university teaching experience. I have predominately taught algebra based and calculus based physics classes. These types of classes are typically titled "College Physics," "General Physics," "Engineering Physics," or "Physics for Science and Engineering." I have also taught college math classes. I also do physics reviews for professional school admittance tests. These tests are often required for scientific, medical, ... [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

I have a Bachelor?s in Social Work from Missouri State University. My first two years of college I was a chemistry and biology double-major. I did well in my courses (and loved it!) and maintained a 3.79 GPA before switching disciplines (to social work). After graduating with my BSW in 2016, I practiced in the field of social work for about a year and decided it was not a good career fit for me. I decided to pick back up where I left off with science and mathematics, which I greatly missed. ... [more]

Just here to drop some knowledge while having fun. From elementary to Master's, my education experiences taught me a few things I would like to give back. 1) It takes hard work and dedication to see the results of your studies. 2) Learning should not be a chore rather an exciting opportunity (as exciting as one can make Algebra). 3) Not all students learn the same. I received my MSE (Masters of Sciences in Education) in 2010. I specialize in the science and math domains. Those subjec... [more]

I am a teacher with over a decade's worth of experience in the classroom. I have focused my career on struggling students. It is my belief that every student can succeed with the right support. I have taught Physical Science, Earth Science, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, American History, World History, and U.S. Government. I am available for homework help, test prep, or supplemental study. Homework from me will be focused and minimal My rate is $35/hour. Discounts can be arra... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$40 per hour.

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I have a Master of Science degree in Chemistry from Emporia State University. I taught Chemistry I and General Chemistry classes, as well as a general physical science class during graduate school. I am currently an adjunct instructor at Kansas City Kansas Community College. In my experience teaching I have discovered that all students learn differently and I have several methods to help with the learning process. I like to go over the material and walk through examples first and allow for ... [more]

As a formal educator, I taught Advanced Placement (and International Baccalaureate) Physics in Arizona for six years, taught two years of junior high physical science, and was a substitute teacher for three years while earning my teaching certificate. I spent two years studying physics and mechanical engineering at the graduate level at Arizona State University, as well as over 40 hours in graduate level secondary school education topics specializing in physics and math education. Though my... [more]

As a history graduate student, I have learned how to read and research effectively and then turn that information into both written and oral presentations. Also during this process, as a graduate assistant, I was given the opportunity to teach those skills to a variety of students. During my time as a graduate student, I was given the opportunity to gain a reading proficiency in French, German, Latin, and Old English. I especially feel confident in my ability to tutor a student in Latin, ... [more]

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