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I focus on teaching AP Physics and 1st to 2nd year college physics. I specialize in Calculus-based Mechanics and Electricity & Magnetism, and have taught the other areas of Physics at an Algebra-based level. Having scored the maximum of 5 on my AP Physics exam, I've proven to be especially helpful to AP Physics students. In addition to my own experience with the AP exam, I have plenty of practice materials for my students to use, including problems from previous AP Physics exams. I completed a minor in Physics and have taught my fair share of college physics students as well. Physics wasn't al [more]

I taught introductory physics at the university level for 4 years before moving to Bloomington. Currently, I teach engineering technology at Ivy Tech. I have master's degrees in math and mechanical engineering. I can tutor introductory general engineering, mechanical engineering, math, and introductory physics. In my classroom, I don't spend very much time lecturing. My students are usually working on activities (individually or in groups) while I support and challenge them. My tutoring st... [more]

I have been tutoring Physics students for 9 years and teaching a college-level Physics class for 8 years. I am an engineer with a Lean Sigma Master Black Belt certification, who has been tutoring elementary, middle, high school and college students for the past 10 years. In addition, I have been teaching physics and math at IUS and Ivy Tech for the past 8 years, and teaching leadership skills in the business world for the past 10 years. I see myself not only as a tutor, but as a role model and mentor for all of my students. This year, two of my students graduated from high school, and I sta [more]

Several years of experience in teaching Physics (both algebra based, Calculus based and graduate level) and Physical Science at different institutes in USA and Europe. I enjoy teaching these subject and showing my students that physics is there in every part of their lives. Teaching physics has brought me a lot of joy as well as challenges. The pursuit of excellence in teaching has become a lasting and compelling force to push me to keep improving my teaching skills. As a physics teacher an... [more]

Teaching is my second biggest passion -- next to science and research! My passion for teaching stems from my love of discovery and learning. I believe that there is an intimate relationship between teaching and learning; there are times when while teaching someone else, I discover something new about the topic like shortcuts or better solutions in math. I also love challenges, and teaching is a challenge in and of itself. I always find it fulfilling to be able to teach and make someone unders... [more]

I did my undergraduate career at Western Kentucky University in mathematics and electrical engineering. I graduated with an overall GPA of 3.87. I then did graduate work at Tennessee Technological University in electrical engineering. My project focused on chemical engineering, electrical engineering, and physics. I graduated with a GPA of 3.88. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outside. This includes farming, hiking, and any other outdoor activities.... [more]

I'm a great tutor, I tutored Engineering students at Bradley University and had an excellent success rate. The Chairman of the Mechanical Engineering Department conveyed the students' feedback to me. I'm good in teaching one on one, where I can communicate with the student comfortably and can tell directly if the student understood the concept directly. I have a strong background in mathematics, algebra & Calculus are just part of the math that I can teach. I'm strong in Chemistry, Phy... [more]

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