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In college, I took classes in mechanics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, and quantum mechanics as part of a physics major. I can help make sense of any of those topics. I am available to tutor any area of mathematics: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, etc. I can also help with more advanced college-level topics. My experience with advanced mathematics gives me insight into how different mathematical concepts are connected, which means that I can present these ideas in several different ways. So if one way of l [more]

Physics is an exciting subject to tutor. Mostly requiring abstract learning skills, it is of little surprise that so many students need assistance with this material. I enjoy helping students discover that they too can master this subject when it is explained to them in ways that build on their learning strengths. I look forward to helping you move forward with this subject as you begin to master with this subject! Dr. T?s Biography 2005: Ph.D., Physiology and Neurobiology, University of Connecticut 2004: M.S., Physiology and Neurobiology, University of Connecticut 1991: B.A., Economics and [more]

I am a high school math teacher at a prestigious charter school in New Haven. My method is constructive - I assess the degree of comfort that a student has with the material first, then build on that understanding progressively. I have also helped many of my students with study skills and problem solving skills, in addition to explaining mathematics content. I have added several subjects beyond mathematics to my catalog, and I am happy to clarify my mastery of the material if you have any... [more]

The good thing about Physics is that it is THE basic science. All of Chemistry is based on Physics, and all of Biology is based on Chemistry. Many teachers don?t tell students this aspect of Physics. Besides that, how many hit TV comedy shows are there about Chemists and Biologists? Like many math centered courses, Physics can be enjoyable or frustrating. I have been able to assist several students in Physics, and I?m happy to help more. While I can?t promise you an A, I will promise that I can make it more understandable than you think it is now. I would be glad to have the opportunity to as [more]

Hello everyone, My name is Adam and I am passionate about teaching a variety of subjects to all kinds of learners. Over the past four years, I've helped hundreds of students achieve their academic goals. In 2015, I graduated from the University of Connecticut with an English degree. With my experience, I am confident I'll be able to help you reach outstanding academic success. Throughout my life, I've enjoyed helping people with subjects such as Math, Writing, SATs, Test-Taking, Elemen... [more]

I have a PhD in Physics. When a student understands and can apply what he or she has has learned, it makes my day. I have been passionate about Physics since childhood and have been fortunate to be able to contribute to several research areas. I have a PhD in physics and continue to learn as I help others learn. I believe that Physics is not just a science: it is a way of life - ask the right questions that enable you to get to the next step. I have a PhD in Physics and have pursues astrophysics and astronomy as ... [more]

Hi, my name is Curtis. I have been teaching and tutoring mathematics for over twenty years. Starting in high school in Connecticut and continuing through my college days at Cornell, I have enjoyed helping others to better understand mathematics in order to improve their test-taking experiences. I find it very rewarding to see the individual success that each of my students has gained through our tutelage. I enjoy tutoring students of all ages from elementary to college level. I am also ava... [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]

Subject areas include: Kinematics in one and two dimensions, forces and Newton's Laws of Motion, dynamics of uniform circular motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum, rotational kinematics, rotational dynamics, simple harmonic motion and elasticity, fluids, temperature and heat, heat transfer, ideal gas laws and kinetic theory, thermodynamics, waves and sound, principle of linear superposition and interference phenomena, electric forces and electric fields, electric potential energy and electric potential, electric circuits, magnetic forces and magnetic fields, electromagnetic induction, [more]

I taught Physics at the Honors, College-bound, and General levels for over 25 years, along with teaching AP Physics for a number of years and teaching Introductory Physics at the University of New Haven. I was named Distinguished Physics Teacher for the State of Connecticut on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the American Physical Society. For ten years I was also active as a Physics Teaching Resource Agent - giving workshops and other forms of support to physics teachers in various locations in the United States. Most of all, I love helping kids to learn physics and do so in a calm [more]

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