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Physics is the branch of science that is closest to math. It is the most conceptual, in which students have to rely less on memory and more on comprehension. With the use of appropriate and effective visualizations of the more abstract concepts, I boost my students? memory of the ideas and formulas that they need to solve problems. I provide simple and effective tools to improve recall of difficult equations even in stressful testing situations. I am an AZ certified teacher with over 15 years experience in the sciences. [more]

I have taught and tutored in many different subjects in various parts of the world. Having benefited from one-on-one and small group instructions myself, I know the value in meeting each student at their level and working with their strengths to generate a command of the subject matter. I don't believe that anyone is "bad" at math or "bad" at English. We all are capable of understanding anything with personalized, careful instruction. I have extensive experience as a TA, as a tutor in math a... [more]

Being a Certified mathematics Teacher, grades 6-12, I have taught high school mathematics for many years. I have also been teaching various courses in math and French to University students as well. I am very patient and understand that some students have a fear of mathematics, often due to a lack of understanding the basics. Students often need to be retaught what was not learned previously with an experienced and patient teacher. I believe students learn best when they enjoy the lessons, es... [more]

From basic high school mechanics, to advanced quantum theory, I have covered the round of bases in between during my physics degree. This is my most sought after area mostly for PHY121/131 (calculus based mechanics and E&M at ASU) though I have tutored for the upper division physics major classes as well. I graduated Spring of 2012 from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Physics (4.0 GPA) with additional emphasis in Mathematics and Astrophysics/Astronomy. Beginning with high school, I have been helping and tutoring my fellow students and colleagues struggling with physical and mathematica [more]

I have an Associates degree in Physics and a Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering. As such, I have experience in all undergraduate physics courses. I've tutored physics and both the high school and university level for the last 5 years and have helped dozens of students achieve their academic goals. I've found the most effective way to make physics problems understandable is to have students draw diagrams while they work through problems. This helps students tie an action in the physical world with the math they are calculating. [more]

I have a graduate degree in electrical engineering. I've tutored introductory physics students for six years. I've also taught physics supplemental instruction courses at the University of Utah. Physics is my favorite subject to study and tutor because it is fundamental to understanding how the world works. I'll adjust to your needs: We can talk about concepts or focus on problem solving. We can go through problems step by step or just sketch an approach and move on. Your questions won't go unanswered. I'll follow up or provide additional resources as needed. [more]

I have a Bachelors of Science in physics from Arizona State University. I tutored physics 1 and 2 for a year at PVCC. I've also worked as a TA for university physics 1 and 2 lab courses at ASU. I graduated from Arizona State University with a B.S. in Physics. I previously got my associates in science at PVCC where I took general chemistry, physics, and math up to differential equations. I worked for over a year tutoring general chemistry, first and second year physics, and math all the way up to calculus. I know how it is to struggle against difficult content and I was always grateful f [more]

I have a B.S. in Physics from Arizona State University and am entering my 3rd year of the Ph.D. program in Computational Biophysics at the same institution. I have over four years of physics teaching and tutoring experience, including calculus and non-calculus based introductory physics in Classical Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, and Modern Physics. Additionally, I have taught two upper division physics courses at ASU in Statistical and Thermal Physics, and Advanced Laboratory. My background in higher education is extensive, having completed a B.S. in Biological Anthropology and Anatomy [more]

Hello, my name is Matthew H. and I grew up in Helena, Montana. After graduating high school I decided to move around the country to study and work. This led me to the University of Louisiana where I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Math. I joined several group projects where students jointly made a Formula SAE race-car from a motorcycle engine, a small satellite with an interdisciplinary team, and a biomedical project where we created a bench-top m... [more]

I have always enjoyed and excelled in math and physics. This was a major factor in my decision to study mechanical engineering at Arizona State University, where I graduated magna cum laude. During a portion of my time at ASU, I worked as a student tutor in the engineering tutoring center where I helped fellow students understand homework and test problems. In addition, I have tutored multiple high school students in math or physics on a private basis. I strive to not only explain concepts ... [more]

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