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Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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In the beginning, this class was a bit challenging when I took it my junior year in high school. I managed to get a B both semesters of that year. My challenge was due to overcoming my challenge with language arts, yet I was able to handle the math aspect of it real well. It was the same year when I decided to study engineering when two engineering students, from UNM, came to visit the class and talk about what engineering was all about. I knew I wanted to pursue some career that involves applied science to technology prior to discovering what engineering was all about. I got a great understa [more]

I am a PhD student at the University of New Mexico studying quantum optics. I have been a teaching assistant at the University of New Mexico for the past year, where I have instructed students in the algebra based introductory physics lab. I have also taken two semesters of a one credit course where I practiced giving lectures, and critiquing the lectures of other students, on introductory physics material. I hold a bachelors degree in physics from Miami University of Ohio with a minor in mat... [more]

Physics is my primary subject of expertise, but also requires extensive mathematical knowledge, particularly algebra and calculus. During the study of physics, especially in the introductory/general courses, it's common to get a sort of "tunnel vision" -- something I've seen repeatedly from both novice and experienced students, and an example of what I try to prevent. I have been practicing physics for 12+ years. Aside from my previous CRLA tutor certification, I completed my Ph.D. in physics in 2016, and I am now teaching physics at the college level. I can help you understand this rich subj [more]

I have been practicing as a teacher/tutor for a combined 9 years. I first tutored peers in middle school and high school in subjects of math and science. In my Mechanical Engineering degree I continued by peer tutoring my engineering colleagues and a teaching assistant-ship I held. During my Master's degree I fine tuned my abilities by teaching/tutoring my colleagues, and siblings on their subjects in high school. I have a flexible schedule and can re-adjust for tutoring sessions as my studen... [more]

Do you want to learn the subject or just get it over with? I can help with both. Let exploration and creativity inspire a passion for education. I can make math and science come alive for you. Bring back the joy to education. Tutoring available in the study of all areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). My undergrad degree is in Aero/Astro Engineering with a focus on rocketry and spacecraft. My Air Force career included ICBM launches and nuclear safety. I teach... [more]

I am a recently certified math teacher for grades 7 through 12, and am currently teaching full time at the college level. I have a Bachelor's and a Master's Degree in Mathematics. I am skilled in working with various educational technologies, including TI graphing calculators and online math and science simulations. I have a creative mind able to come up with new ways of teaching and modifying my explanations to respond to students' individual needs. I will listen to the students and find... [more]

I am a professional software engineer (20+ years of experience) who loves teaching math and programming. I have Master's degree in Computer Science from University of New Mexico. I have been using C++ since 1993 and Java since 1996. I have been tutoring for the last 10 years, including tutoring home-schooled students. As a tutor, I always strive to make material interesting and easy to understand. I design each lesson individually - to be best suited to a student - taking into account s... [more]

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