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With a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, I have mastered a variety of math and science subjects, and I enjoy helping others grasp those same concepts. Through teaching large college classes, tutoring one-on-one, and grading assignments, I have learned to look at problems and concepts from many different angles. This skill allows me to teach you the way you learn--whatever those learning styles may be. Much of teaching involves answering the question, ?why??: why does one approach work, while ... [more]

I have over 20 years as a private tutor in math, physics, and astronomy, from the grade-school to college level. I have a B.S. in Physics from Syracuse University. I have tutored high school and college students in math and physics at KU, UMKC, JCCC, area community colleges and private high schools, and throughout the Johnson and Jackson County school districts, volunteered as a math tutor for GED students in downtown KC, worked as a paraprofessional at Mission Valley Middle School in Leaw... [more]

I have a master's degree in civil engineering and 3 years experience tutoring AP Physics I and II and college level calculus based Physics I and II. My knowledge and tutoring experience in high school and college level Calculus AB, BC and Multi-Variable calculus help me a great deal in tutoring physics at all grade levels. I have a masters degree in Civil Engineering and currently work for a real estate service company in the role of a database administrator. I have experience in teaching high school students and freshmen college students several subjects in math including arithmetic, algebr [more]

I am a physics professor with over twenty-five years of college and university teaching experience. I have taught physics classes at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Johnson County Community College, Longview College, Avila University, Rockhurst University, and the University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg. Some of the texts that I have used are Cutnell & Johnson, Halliday & Resnick, Serway, and Wilson. I am a physics professor with over twenty-five years of college and university teaching experience. I have predominately taught algebra based and calculus based physics classes. [more]

As a physical chemist, I work with mathematical models that can become computationally intensive. At my day job, I apply my programming skills in MatLab and Python to create animations, simulations, and programs for my colleagues to use. I also created our company's time-tracking software. My expertise in programming comes not only from the courses I have completed but also from extensive practical experience. Before accepting my current position, I worked as a community college instr... [more]

I am an experienced tutor able to help with high school and college math and chemistry. My credentials include a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Kansas and extensive coursework in mathematics. I have been tutoring students since 1997 and have helped with a wide range of subjects including first grade through high school math, advanced placement chemistry, business calculus, and organic chemistry. I can assist with homework and test preparation. I am also willing to work with home... [more]

I am a college instructor with 20+ years of teaching experience. My passion is for helping individuals realize their goals in life. I will help you to create a customized study plan, and work with you until you achieve the success you desire. My background is in physics, math, and computer science. I also have extensive experience in the use, and programming of Microsoft Office products. Working together, success will be achieved. I am currently enrolling students in full-course programming ... [more]

I am currently a math teacher at Olathe West High School. I completed my applied mathematics degree from UCLA and my master's degree in education from Fort Hays State University. I am also a math adjunct for business and quantitative math. I have been tutoring math for 20 years from middle school through upper division math courses.... [more]

As a formal educator, I taught Advanced Placement (and International Baccalaureate) Physics in Arizona for six years, taught two years of junior high physical science, and was a substitute teacher for three years while earning my teaching certificate. I spent two years studying physics and mechanical engineering at the graduate level at Arizona State University, as well as over 40 hours in graduate level secondary school education topics specializing in physics and math education. Though my... [more]

I earned a Master's Degree in Physics in 2008 and Ph.D. degree in experimental nuclear physics in 2012. I think everybody can learn Physics and Math and these are interesting subjects. In most cases these subjects are made difficult because of the persons teaching it. I enjoy teaching physics and math for mainly two reasons: first, students can assess their physics/math knowledge through problem solving and critical thinking, and second, physics/math provides students the opportunity to ... [more]

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