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I have a deep understanding of physics from my education and work as an engineer, and have tutored more than 2 dozen students in Physics, so far. Students seem to have the most trouble in a few areas: -In mechanics, after studying motion in 1 and 2 dimensions, force, and friction, then analyzing complex motion problems such as objects on an incline, using pulleys, or with multiple forces. -Electrical circuits with multiple branches. -Understanding & working with myriad new units of measure (Newtons, Joules, Coulombs, Watts, Volts, Amps, etc). I help students with a more organized and tho [more]

I have CURRENT college teaching experience over the last two years, planning and leading introductory physics classes (both calculus- and algebra-based; the kind of material that shows up in AP and Honors Physics Classes) at: -- Bridgewater State University (MA) and previous teaching experience at -- The University of Wisconsin - Whitewater -- Daniel Webster College (NH) Take advantage of my expertise, but without the Expertise Effect! (Expertise Effect: where teachers experienced in a subject forget what it is like to encounter the material for the first time) -- I have organized a [more]

As you can see from my profile, physics is my specialty. In an average year, I tutor about 20 physics students at both the high school and college level. Why should you choose me to improve your understanding of physics or math? A physics major at Cornell, I have 16 years of experience teaching it in grades 9-12. I designed a combined physics/pre-calculus double course meeting daily in back-to-back periods. After earning my M.Ed., I took another 7 courses in Applied Math, mostly in probability/statistics. I am patient, with a good sense of humor... [more]

I have been teaching physics for 25 years in local high schools in Massachusetts. I have taught all levels of high school physics including AP1 physics. I am a physics teacher in a local high school with 25 years of teaching experience. I have taught AP 1, honors, enriched and conceptual physics. I have tutored dozens of students in physics and physical science from middle school to freshman physics in college. With training and a background in engineering, I bring an ability to relate physics to the everyday world as I help students better understand the basics of physics.... [more]

I'm very well-educated, with a PhD in mathematical computer science. I have three years of experence teaching high school physics (up to AP level). I'm licensed to teach high school mathematics and physics in the state of Massachusetts. I love mathematics with a passion, and can easily grasp anything expressed in the language of mathematics. I can tutor most areas of mathematics at levels from beginning high school, through AP, to university freshman/sophomore level. I have successfully tuto... [more]

I am a traffic engineer at a consulting firm in Westford, MA, living in Chelmsford, MA. I was a University of Massachusetts Amherst Transportation Engineering graduate student through late June 2015 holding a 3.9 GPA and will receive my degree shortly after final email communications. I have taken many classes in Transportation Engineering as well as other aspects of Civil Engineering while here. In addition to my coursework, I worked on research about measuring the effect of deflection angl... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from WPI and thirteen years of experience working as an Applications Engineer. I hold several patents in this field. Engineering is my profession but my passion is tutoring and working with youth. I have thirteen years of experience as a tutor and coach. My favorite part of tutoring is when I can spark enthusiasm for learning in my students. To see my students grow in interest, ability and confidence is the greatest reward. I am m... [more]

Problem solving in Physics is very straightforward, when properly taught, and that is what I focus on in my classes/ tutoring sessions. As we work on concrete problems, many of the Physics concepts, underlying the problems? background, are explained, always in context with the problem at hand. You shall be able to solve problems, right from the start, gradually advancing in degree of difficulty, and following a systematic approach, that reduces "guessing" to a minimum. This is a very time efficient approach and one that produces immediate results! My credentials: I am, Massachusetts, certifie [more]

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