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I tutor math, computer science and physics. I have experience tutoring high school and college students. I have also developed educational events (treasure hunts) for elementary school children. I earned my B.S. in Mathematics from Michigan State University. I have 20 years experience as a mathematician, software engineer and executive for the DOD and in the financial industry. My approach to tutoring is to work with the student to determine exactly where they are having a problem and t... [more]

Daryl's Math, Physics and Programming: I have lived in the Ithaca area for many years while performing computer programming, software engineering and computer security research. Although my job experience has been in computer science, my passion is for the natural sciences and mathematics. I graduated from Northwestern University?s Integrated Sciences Program, whose purpose is to give students a rigorous background in a broad array of science fields, including mathematics, biology, che... [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$48 per hour.

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I am a retired Naval Officer and former UNIX Computer System Administrator and programmer. I hold a Master of Science Degree in Operations Research, a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science and a Master of Arts Degree in Education (Mathematics 7-12). I am a full time community college instructor and a former high school and middle school teacher. My specialty is in the key Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subjects that are so critical to success in today's wo... [more]

I graduated with a degree in engineering physics, so physics is second nature to me. I am a graduate magna cum laude from Cornell University's College of Engineering, and I have more than 7 years of teaching experience. For around 2 years I taught a supplementaty class in college-level math (i.e. multivariable calculus, differential equations, linear algebra) for Cornell. I love teaching, and connecting with each student. I tutor up to majors-level introductory college mathematics and physics, and AP test prep (including AP Physics, AB and BC Calculus). I also excel... [more]

In addition to teaching physics in the classroom setting since 2013, I've tutored students in all levels of high school and college physics, including regents, the SAT subject test, AP, calculus-based, mechanics, E&M, and modern. I excel at teaching both the concepts and problem solving strategies. Physics requires looking at the world in a quantitative way that most students find novel and many students find difficult. I teach students techniques that are often omitted from classes, and tailor my explanations of concepts to each student. Often there is only a subtle difference between a corre [more]

I am PhD in Physics with 15+ Years of Teaching Experience. My specialty is Mechanics, Electrodynamics and Radiation Physics. I have PhD and masters in Physics and I have masters in Medical Physics. My undergraduate major was Math and Physics. By profession, I am medical physicist but I have taught for many years. I was a graduate teaching assistant in UAlbany for 5 years. I enjoy teaching math and physics. I took double math as my major in undergrad (Pure Math and Applied Math). I did a masters and PhD in Physics because I love mathematical backgrounds of physics. My experience in math an [more]

I'm currently a senior in a bachelors degree program for physics, with a minor in astrophysics. As a college student I learned best from professors who knew how to distill complex material, and keep students actively engaged during lecture. I use this experience to craft my tutoring style. I have tutoring experience teaching high school students introductory physics. I'm also specialized to teach introductory astronomy and advanced astrophysics. My goal as a tutor is to help students wa... [more]

I have recently taken Physics I, II, and III, with A's in all three classes. I have a passion for physics and a passion for teaching, and I hope to make a career as a professor of mathematical physics someday. I believe I have the tools necessary to teach college physics at any level. It happens to all of us. Sometimes we end up with that one math professor who we just can't learn from. We sit in class and take all the notes we can, but for some reason it just doesn't click. This is especially common for engineering and science students, who often need to learn dense subjects like Linear Algeb [more]

Hello! My name is Dan and I am an exercise science/physical therapy major at Lebanon Valley College. I'm currently concluding my first year. I have made the dean's list in my first semester and will have 51 credits at the conclusion of my second semester. I have participated in microbiology research on phage. In high school, I was a student mentor for two middle school students. I helped improve their grades greatly. I was also two questions shy of a perfect math sat score on the old exam. I ... [more]

Hi my name is Kevin. I have a PhD in biomechanics, and have a successfully taught physics and math to a broad range of students. I enjoy teaching, and find success in conveying concepts through practical examples, from every day life, which helps the student relate to and understand the material. Typical feedback from my students is that I provide a learning and problem solving approach which makes the material easy to master. I have been successful teaching at the University level and tuto... [more]

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