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Physics Qualifications B.S. Electrical Engineering University of Missouri-Rolla with Honors (Magna Cum Laude) College Course Taken: Grade Received Calculus 1: A Calculus 2: A Calculus 3: A Differential Equations: A Partial Differential Equations: A Linear Algebra: A Engineering Physics I and II: A, A Teaching Experience: High School Calculus: 3 Years High School Physics: 7 Years High School Pre-Calculus: 3 Years High School Geometry: 1 Years High School Trigonometry: 2 Years High School Algebra II: 2 Years Competition Rocketry: 2 Classes [more]

I'm a physics, mathematics, and computer science triple major, currently in my junior year at Coe College. I have a GPA of 3.940, and I tutor college math and physics students here at beginning and intermediate levels. I graduated Valedictorian from Wabasha-Kellogg High School, class of 2010. After my Freshman year at Coe, I took an internship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology through the Society of Physics, working in the semiconductor division in Gaithersburg, right o... [more]

I currently teach Advanced Placement Physics 1 and 2 in a Quad Cities Area high school. I have a B.A. in Physics from the University of Iowa, and I am working on a graduate degree in Science Education with a Physics Emphasis from the University of Northern Iowa. I worked with Tutor Iowa, the tutoring program at the University of Iowa, throughout my undergraduate degree helping students in their physics and astronomy courses. I have also tutored advanced and general physics high school st... [more]

I am a certified high school teacher in chemistry and physics, and I have five years of experience tutoring at the college level. I've also worked for a few months tutoring online, and while it's better in person, it's still fun over the internet. I think what I like best about tutoring is showing others the matrix of life - the way our world fits together. math and science are the building blocks of how we understand life in the West, and there is very little that is as rewarding as watc... [more]

I have over twelve years of experience in teaching general physics at the undergraduate level. I earned a Ph.D. in computational physics from U of IL at Urbana-Champaign and a B.A. in physics from Saint Olaf College. I have received positive evaluations for my teaching abilities at UW-Platteville. I really enjoy helping students understand physics and mathematics! I have over twelve years of experience teaching physics at the undergraduate level. After completing a postdoctoral position at U of MN-Twin Cities and my doctoral degree at U of IL-Urbana Champaign, I discovered my love for teac [more]

I'm an Iowa native and a graduate of Northwestern University. There I studied chemical engineering and was a member of the baseball team. Having graduated as the valedictorian of my high school class, and then succeeded in both my rigorous coursework and NCAA Division 1 athletics, I understand the value of hard work and intrinsic motivation. That is one of the lessons I hope to communicate to my students through tutoring. As the son of two teachers, I have had an appreciation for learning ... [more]

One of my majors is in Physics, and it remains a personal passion of mine. I have served, many times, both as a student and a tutor in the pursuit of my degree, and am comfortable teaching a wide array of subjects within the field. I am a recent graduate of Cornell College, Cum Laude, with a dual major in Physics and Computer Science. I have plenty of experience and knowledge in the more Mathematical side of STEM, and am able to tutor most subjects in Physics and Computer Science at a college level. My aim, as a tutor, is to help students justify their decision to seek out one on one help, uti [more]

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