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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 come to teaching having spent over fifteen years in industry, building products of all shapes and descriptions from stereo speakers to collagen hemostats, from holograms to helium leak detectors. I have a Bachelors of Science in Materials Science and Engineering from MIT and an MBA from Babson College. In addition I have Massachusetts teaching certifications in Mathematics (all levels), Physics, and Chemistry. Science for me is fun and exciting. It is fascinating to find out why things happen the way they happen. Similarly, I experience the same enjoyment in math when I understand the wa [more]

I am certified to teach Physics in the state of Rhode Island. I have 18 years of teaching experience in the subject of Physics, including at the AP level. I also have worked as a curriculum writer for the state of New Jersey in the field of physics and physical science. I am high school teacher with over 20 years of experience in the classroom teaching AP Physics 1, Honors Physics, and Chemistry, both in public and private schools. For the past 17 years I have been a member of the North Kingstown High School Science department, of which I am the Department Chairperson and Engineering Curric [more]

I have a Bachelor's degree in Food Process Engineering and have spent the past 8 years working as a process engineer and food technologist at various food companies. While I have not been a professional tutor, I have always enjoyed helping friends and family to better understand math and science, and I am looking to bring that experience to other students and help them gain the skills to follow their dreams. I got into engineering because I was inspired by the math and science teachers wh... [more]

I am a prospective law student for the 2019 cycle. As a graduate from the University of Kentucky with a degree in chemistry as well as a minor in biology, I am proficient in a variety of technical subjects. While I am willing and able to tutor these subjects and help students prepare for other tests (SAT, ACT, GRE, etc.), my current passion and recent proficiency is in mastering the LSAT. I am specifically skilled with teaching the following. -LSAT: -Strategies and methods for be... [more]

I have tutored physics since Junior year of high school. As a TA for intro physics, one of the comments I received on evaluations was that the only way to make the course better would be to "Clone Allison." I have TAed and tutored physics with and without calculus, and many students who didn't believe they were capable of understanding. I have a BS in physics and math, and an MS in physics. As an undergrad I got all As in physics, except for one B in relativity. In classes, I am usually the one working through the long proofs because I think physics is significantly easier to understand i [more]

I have been tutoring all high school and college math courses, and many science courses, for the past 20 years with students of all abilities, from those who have a phobia of math to those who are looking for a little edge to get them into a top-tier college/graduate school, including Physics. I generally use the students' current knowledge and ask probing questions to get them to teach themselves the material and bring in experiences to facilitate learning (I find this Socratic method works best for retention), but, when needed, will lecture. [more]

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 began tutoring almost 5 years ago as a high school student, and have never stopped loving this job. Any tutor will tell you how students need to understand there's not just one correct way to solve a given problem, but what sets apart a good tutor is understanding that there's not just one correct way to help a student either. Every student requires special assistance, and years of experience helping students with dozens of students has taught me that no two are ever the same, but I've lear... [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]

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