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Hi all, I am a tutor with over 15 years of experience, teaching and tutoring mathematics. I love that ah ha moment when a student gets it. I strongly believe that there is more than one way to get the answer to any problem, and I try to help my students see the one that is easiest for them. I have my Bachelors in Mathematics from California State University Channel Islands. I worked for more than 12 years at Ventura College with their tutoring program first, where I tutored all of th... [more]

I have taught Physics for a number of years, starting in the 1970s! The syllabus I taught in the UK was teaching General Relativity (it's about time!), Statistical thermondynamics (why heat goes from hot to cold), a bit of quantum theory (wave particle duality, photoelectric effect) as well as the more traditional content (materials, forces, electricity, magnetism, radioactivity), to high school students. Understanding Math will help! Currently I am a teacher of Chemistry and Physics at a CA High School. Previously I have been an educational professional for 40 years, starting as a teacher of [more]

Hi! I've been a tutor since high school, though my first paying tutoring gig turned up after I'd graduated and moved away for college. I've worked at college tutoring centers, private academies, and independently. My experience at tutoring centers was as a drop-in tutor -- students could arrive at the tutoring center without having made an appointment to receive a quick lesson or two. At the private academy, I was an SAT instructor for small classrooms, with no more than eight students per s... [more]

I've tutored calculus-based physics (including mechanics, electricity and electromagnetism, optics, heat, and modern physics) for about two years. I regularly tutored sophomore college students that were struggling with the understanding of the main concepts underlying a problem. I personally learned that, in order to achieve a great understanding of the physical concepts surrounding a problem, you need to play with the math tools that you have under your control and arrange them using your common physical sense. That common physical sense, everyone has it, but it needs to be addressed by a me [more]

I first studied physics as a 10th grade high school student at a local liberal arts college, and then went on to major in Applied Physics at Caltech. When teaching physics, I help a student understand the concepts and also how to attack a problem based on its content, how to know which formula is best applicable, and how to mathematically solve the resulting equation. I tutor in both algebra-based physics and calculus-based physics. My experience includes tutoring high school students enrolled in CP, Honors and AP Physics 1 and 2, courses as well as college students taking Physics in colleg [more]

I'm a degreed engineer and manager with experience ranging from teaching Excel classes to helping the neighborhood kids (and adults!) with algebra and trigonometry. I really enjoy seeing the moment when the light bulb goes on in a student's head, when they gain understanding of a concept. I try to relate math problems to the "real world," and specifically to where the student wants to go with their own career, whenever possible. This tends to improve understanding and retention, as well as... [more]

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