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I've complete extensive study of and practical use of physical science as a degreed Mechanical Engineer, including thermodymanics, heat transfer, strength of materials, testing methods, mechanics. I understand and know how to use it in the real world. I hold a current professional teaching certificate in the state of Michigan in Math, Physics, and Chemistry. I taught Chemistry and Earth Science in high school classroom. My lifelong passion for math and science includes a desire to share my ability and interest with others. My goal is to make these subjects understandable and interesting so th [more]

I am a degreed engineer (mechanical) with a specialty in machine design. I have used multiple CAD systems in my career as well as programed in many languages. I love to learn and am currently 67% complete with my MBA and holding a 4.0 GPA. But I also am practical. I farm, work on cars and equipment, do construction, wiring, plumbing, masonary, excavating. I also tutored in college. As an engineer I have studied and applied algebra, calculus and trigonometry extensively. I know real ... [more]

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- Completed multiple Physics requirements for the MSU College of Engineering. - Tutored many concepts in physics, from classical mechanics and electromagnetism to the standard model and quantum field theory & chromodynamics. - A current project includes explaining concepts with just a slinky. Even hard-to-grasp concepts are actually relatively simple; you just need the right perspective; Like trying to see a spiral staircase intersect. "The key to education is to get to them before they realize that they're learning" - Unknown. Rather than teach a specific set of material, I prefer to give m [more]

I taught as an assistant professor of physics in Hawaii for seven years and now teach astronomy in Lansing. I am a shodan in aikido with Aikido Schools of Ueshiba. I tutored chemistry and physics back in college. I enjoy teaching math, physics, and martial arts because they are fun and useful. I see these areas as tools of positive change and progress for people's lives. I am a PhD in physics. That requires one to learn a lot of math. I chose that path. I watch Numberphile because I find... [more]

In my undergrad, I worked as a resident advisor for three years. I helped incoming students acclimate to the college environment. One thing I realized was that most students did not come into college with the necessary study skills to succeed. I tried to remedy this through educational programming focused on the skills and mindset necessary for a successful college career. I also aided students one on one with personalized tutoring sessions. After receiving a master's degree in aerospac... [more]

I took 3 physics courses in algebra based physics in high school. Then I had honors physics mechanics and electromagnetics in college. Tutoring is my passion. I tutored all the way up to a senior level linear algebra course at the Michigan State University Math Learning Center for two years. I then applied for and was accepted as an undergraduate trigonometry teaching assistant leading recitation, office hours, and extensive grading with advanced student feedback. In graduate school, I instructed a senior level lab in analog integrated circuits. My passion is to learn how you learn and show y [more]

I have twenty years of teaching experience with students at all levels of math and physics. I am available to tutor online or in person. I am very patient and know all sorts of little tricks to make math and physics easier to do and understand. I also am very experienced using software such as Geometer's Sketchpad and Mathematica to make concepts come to life. Hope to hear from you!... [more]

Regarding my educational level, I have a Master's degree in Physics from Western Michigan University, and now I am working toward earning my PhD in theoretical subatomic physics. Focusing on the theoretical branch of physics requires vast amount of mathematical knowledge or what we are used to call; mathematical tools. I have a long experience conducting various physics labs. I also worked as a tutor in the Physics Help Room. My first tutoring experience ever was in free tutoring some relati... [more]

I have always been good at math and computers. In junior high school, I started competing in math competitions and doing very well, usually placing in the top 25-100 in the state of Michigan throughout high school. I tutored math in college, and am able to find many ways to help a student solve a problem or learn a concept. My favorite areas of math include algebra, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations. I have a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Applied and Computational Math... [more]

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