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Whether I was teaching astronomy or doing astronomical research, physics was always an integral part, such as heat transport in the atmospheres of stars or the motions of stars in orbit around each other. I have had a career in astronomy which included Hubble Space Telescope operations, where I became an expert in Excel and SQL, and teaching college-level astronomy and physics. This also involved teaching and using geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. Recently I have developed considerable skill in pre-AP chemistry tutoring. My most effective and enjoyable teaching is one-on-one i [more]

My love of teaching comes from a life long pursuit of learning and when students realize something about the world they live in. I'm a certified teacher and have taught for eight years specializing in physics, biology, and chemistry. I am available on the weekends and most weekdays after 6 pm. My rate is $40 an hour. I am an award winning teacher. I was nominated by a student and selected by a college committee to receive a Golden Apple award. I have a passion for learning and science ... [more]

I'm currently attending Texas Wesleyan University for a Bachelor's in Accounting, I went to school in Northwest ISD. While there I took more than 30 hours of dual credit, as well as multiple AP courses. While in high school, I sought out the opportunity to help my peers with their studies. Since I was a kid, I'd had the idea of being a teacher in my mind. It's a truly great thing to increase someones mastery and confidence in a subject area. When I was in middle school, I participated i... [more]

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Hi! I studied physics at Boston College and received a degree in environmental design, a pre-architecture degree, from Texas A&M University. My tutoring style is extremely interactive and I particularly enjoy helping students with physics and math. My goal is to help students understand the basic concepts and methods behind problem solving so that they can apply what they learn through the tutoring sessions to their exams and classroom experiences. At Boston College I took both calcul... [more]

I have a degree in physics from SUNY Stonybrook. I am a retired physicist who worked in the semiconductor industry as a materials scientist. I later turned to classroom teaching, but I find that I prefer one-on-one teaching. My life experience as a scientist and teacher, which I describe in more detail in the next paragraph, has prepared me to teach any science or math course at the high school or undergraduate level. As your tutor I will learn how you think, and what your learning style is, and find a way to make the subject come alive for you. Science and math have been my life's passion, an [more]

My goal is to offer high quality, affordable tutoring to help students master the subjects of Math and Physics. Whether you are looking for a long term tutor or just someone to help you with that final push before an exam, I have the expertise and ability to help you achieve your goals. I have five years of tutoring experience helping students in high school through college level classes. I will work with you to make sure that you understand the material and to ensure that you can perform we... [more]

Hello students and parents! Here is a quick list of my tutoring skills! - Algebra 1 - Geometry - Algebra 2 - Pre-Calculus - Physics I graduated from the University of North Texas at Dallas with a Bachelor's of Arts and Science with a major focus in General Business and three minor foci in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Sociology. I now work as a Market Analyst for a consulting firm in South Fort Worth. In both High School and College, I have taken the highest level mathematics course... [more]

I have a bachelor's in science from TCU, with a major in Sports Medicine. I've taught Physics for four years. I have also tutored many students at the different levels of AP Physics. I'm passionate about science and it shows in my teaching style. Yes, I'm a nerd... imagine the two nerdiest people you know and multiply them together: that's how nerdy I am. I consider it my greatest fulfillment when current and former students tell me I inspired their career choice in a STEM field! I've been teaching for five years and in that time I've broadened my horizons into nearly every scientific di [more]

My minor for my bachelor's degree was physics. I received good grades in those courses, which included computational physics, astrobiology, and introductory modern physics. I've worked in a tutoring or teaching role for most of my adult life, and I love helping other people learn! While earning my B.S. in math, I worked in my university's math clinic, tutoring a variety of (math) subjects, and while I was in graduate school I was a teaching assistant in the math department for two years, and for one year I worked in a high school geometry classroom, both enriching the students' education and [more]

My background in Physics dates back to 1976, when I began looking at how fireworks could be designed with mathematical equations and complex physical parameters. In high school I built rockets and wrote computer programs to calculate trajectories. During college, I excelled in laboratory and experimental design systems with an advanced knowledge of inverse photoemission and surface science related advanced physics. I currently specialize in teaching the physics of fundamental kinematics and advanced physics topics, especially related to quantum mechanics and light equations. Sincerely, D [more]

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