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As an electrical engineering student, I had to take several calculus-based physics classes ranging from Newtonian physics to acoustics and optics to electromagnetics to modern physics. I worked at Huntington Learning Center for five years working as a calculus and physics tutor. I've been a tutor now for four years and I love my job! I specialize in Calculus 1/2/3, Differential Equations, Physics, and Electric Circuit Analysis but also teach algebra, SAT/ACT prep, and precalculus. I really look forward to the "AHA!" moment when a student finally understands the concepts that I'm trying to c [more]

Physics is my all-time favorite subject. I enjoy teaching physics to students who want to learn physics, as well as those who must take it in order to achieve their goals. Hi, My name is Phil, and I have a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have teaching experience and have been an independent tutor for five years. I have also written five science books for advanced high school students and provided solutions to more than a thousand math and science problems for Chegg, the student website. I work with high school and college students, assisti [more]

I've assisted students enrolled in physics courses at John Tyler Community College. I absolutely love helping people understand math better. I have been tutoring math since my sophomore year at Virginia Tech--eons ago. I have been a 'numbers person' all my life. I enjoyed math as a kid. I majored in electrical engineering in college. I enjoyed tutoring college math, engineering, and calculus during my days at Virginia Tech. After graduation, I worked as an engineer for a few years before returning to school. Some of my favorite moments were in helping high school students... [more]

Teaching and tutoring have always been things that I enjoy. Even when I studied for my own classes, I would always study in groups and would help teach others concepts I had already cemented in my brain. My first official teaching position was as a Teacher's Assistant at Kalamazoo College in General Chemistry my senior year at Kalamazoo College. I was given a group of 10 students and ran a review/homework session once a week. This job was very fun and I was able to help students really unders... [more]

I have a doctorate in Physics. I have taught at the college and University level for 20 years, and at the high school level for five. I enjoy sharing the learning of physics with students as a guide for their mastery of the subject rather than serving only as a source of knowledge. I have taught at the college and University level for 20 years. I have experience with algebra and calculus-based introductory physics courses, honors physics and modern physics. I have taught at a residential high school for the past five years. I enjoy hands-on cooperative learning activities with Physics. [more]

I have recently graduated from college with a Bachelor's Degree in Youth Ministry from John Brown University. Although my field of study is not mathematics, I have always had a proficiency in that area. I took Algebra I in 7th grade, Geometry in 8th grade and in 9th grade I took Algebra II. I then finished out high school with passing my AP Calculus test and qualifying for math credit in college. Math came easy to me and I enjoyed working with difficult problems. Along with my aptitude in ma... [more]

Hello! I am Matthew, and I am a Physics student at the University of Arizona. I was an Aerospace Engineering student for my first two years, but have decided that Physics better suits me. As for teaching experience, two summers I helped teach a programming camp at Youth Digital. I also go to Tau Beta Pi tutoring nights on campus to help other students succeed in their own classes. While at school, I also work for the Physics department to help students in Introduction to Mechanics. Helping o... [more]

Physicist and physics instructor, passionate about teaching! I live in Cary and work in Sanford. Accordingly I've updated my "home" and travel radius to reflect my preference for tutoring along the HWY 1 corridor between the two cities. The universe is a vast and incredible place full of jaw-droppingly astonishing phenomena. Understanding them better brings context to our everyday lives, where critical thinking and problem solving are key components of a successful career in any field. Physics is as much about the specific ideas of force, energy, m... [more]

Ways to Motivate Your Child to Learn Inspire her thirst for knowledge inside -- and outside -- of school. If you want your child to be a stellar student, don't limit learning to the walls of his classroom. Although the skills she's learning there are crucial to her intellectual and social growth, your child needs your help to really &quot;open up the world of ideas,&quot; according to child psychologist Robin Forman, PhD. His renewed joy in discovery will transfer to his schoolwork,... [more]

I am currently a pharmacy student at the University of North Carolina, and graduated from Johns Hopkins in 2011 with a degree in neuroscience. For the last three years, I served as a Teach for America corps member in Connecticut, where I taught 7th and 8th grade mathematics at Bridgeport Public Schools. I have three years of experience as a certified teacher, and have spent many more years tutoring individuals. In high school, I worked with students in advanced placement physics and calculus.... [more]

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