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I have taught physics in high school for 17 years. My main focus is helping students understand what the problem is about and finding the best solutions for the problems. When I taught high school, my students did many hands on activities, such as designing catapults, building bridges, and using architectural software. I have had 15 years experience teaching high school science, including biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy and physiology, and forensic science. In addition, I have been tutoring at a local community college for the past five years in such subjects as physics, algebra, and a [more]

I enjoy helping students learn Physics, making the subject highly approachable. I taught Physics as an Adjunct Professor at RWU. The students that adopted the pathways that I modeled went on to excel in class. I would welcome the opportunity to let you uncover the beauty of physics. Together, you and I will work toward giving you the confidence to solve the problems posed to you by the SAT math test, or courses such as middle school math, algebra 1, algebra 2, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, differential equations, physics, or physical science. I have a distinguished track rec [more]

I hold New York teaching certificates for Physics, Chemistry and General Science and a New Jersey teaching certificate for the Physical Sciences. My two BS degrees at the University of Florida includes the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education program. Beyond my Clemson University Masters Degree, an additional 38 sem. hrs. has been earned at Clemson University , University of Virginia, George Washington University, University of Hartford, University of South Florida and Fitchburg State University. This includes 31 sem. hr. of Physics. My 32 years of full-time teaching exp [more]

I earned a B.S. from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an M.S. from the University of California, Davis, both in Physics. I advanced to PhD candidacy but left to pursue, simultaneously, parallel careers in education and advanced analytics (data science). I have taught and tutored over one thousand students in physics alone. Moreover, I worked closely with the Physics Education department of UC Davis, while pursuing my PhD. Here, I was able to apply extensively tested methods in explaining and delivering physics topics to learners of all abilities in a mixed setting. I was then able to take [more]

I've been teaching general chemistry on and off since 2005. I've always loved chemistry even before I knew what chemistry was. I've done extra work for my students like holding review sessions and making full-length practice exams. Students who put in the work continued to have improved grades. The students who quit coming had their grades drop. I will identify the student's stumbling points and treat the root cause of the problem, whether that be a conceptual problem or a math problem. I... [more]

As may be seen from my Tutor Profile, I have a B.Sc. in physics from M.I.T.; a Ph.D. in physics from Brown University; and a Master's Degree (M.A.) in mathematics from Boston University, as well as a life-time of teaching/tutoring both math and physics. To introduce myself, I am a semi-retired college professor (B.Sc., physics, M.I.T; Ph.D., physics, Brown University; M.A., mathematics, Boston University) with 12+ years tutoring experience (September 2002 - December 2014) tutoring math and physics at Holyoke Community College (Holyoke MA), and now (more recently, since April 2015) tutoring [more]

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