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I learned Python in a graduate internship and have taught it to other students. Bachelors in Math Education and Masters in Applied Statistics. Several years experience helping students from all levels. I've helped students from different backgrounds--from students with an IEP to gifted students. I have not met a willing student whom I could not help. I excel at clearly explaining challenging math concepts in a way that students can understand. My approach during tutoring sessions is to first show a few math problems step-by-step and answer any questions. Then I have stu... [more]

I have a PhD in theoretical and computational physics and university teaching certificate from Syracuse University. I have taught honors and majors physics courses for more than six semesters during my PhD. I am currently teaching AP Physics, regular physics and Introduction to computer science using Python at a big private high school in Atlanta. I love teaching physics to the students and I teach it with my heart using day-today examples. My teaching philosophy is a bit socratic in nature as I try to ask questions even if students have a right answer just to put a proper perspective of the q [more]

I worked as a software engineer developing tools in Python. I used test driven development, placing emphasis on the robustness of the code. My work centered on back-end analytic tools, meaning I developed the user interface and the underlying systems for managing datasets and applying mathematical algorithms to the data. Curiosity and discovery have brought me great joy and freedom that I have been compelled to share with others from the moment I could speak. And I have found the fulfillment of celebrating another's success through my teaching is just as sweet as having succeeded myself. I ha [more]

I have been a software developer using perl, python, and c/c++ for 20 years. I have written 100s of python scripts. I recently retired after working first as an aerospace engineer and later as a computational biologist. I have a PhD from the University of Alabama in Huntsville in Biotechnology Science and Engineering. Most of the work I have done would be characterized as pattern recognition and machine learning. I understand probability and statistics and the math behind them. I am fluent in most computer compiled and scripting languages including c,/c++, perl, python and R. I have [more]

I program in many languages. Python is one of them. In 2014, I took CodeAcademy's MOOC course, "Python" and scored 100%. I have a strong STEM background. I was a National Merit Finalist out of high school. I've taught elementary college algebra at UA and JSCC. I taught COBOL at BSC. I've taught MASM at MIles College. And I taught CIS courses for 10 years at JSCC. I have a BS in mathematics/chemistry, MA in mathematics, PhD in computer sciences. I maintain my skills. Although I live in Cropwell, I work in Birmingham (Meadowbrook) and have a flexible schedule. I normally spend Monday night-Thurs [more]

During my undergraduate courses, my physics professors required us to use Python for simulations of classical mechanic systems I am a recent college graduate with a degree in Professional Physics. I just moved to Georgia to start my career and hopefully begin applying to graduate/PhD programs in physics! I'm great at math and sciences and would love to help anyone willing to learn and make their academic experience better. I was a peer tutor for both the math and physics departments during my undergraduate career and look forward to continuing my work. Being invested and proficient in [more]

I have created professional Python applications at three different companies, including Procter and Gamble. I am third year at Georgia Tech majoring in computer engineering with a 4.0. I have been successful in my time at Tech, and I am excited to extend my love of learning to you. I teach mainly through example problems and learning by doing. By executing problems correctly, you can gain confidence and achieve your goals in the classroom. I am amazed by all that is done in software in today's world, and how quickly its reach is extending. It is becoming more and more important to understand [more]

I have been working with Python 2 and 3 for about 6 years. It's the primary language I work with in my current role at my company. I've taught Python to multiple students and interns professionally. Love teaching the language since the syntax is great for beginners. I have a passion and excitement in teaching computer science. At Georgia Tech, I learned most of my theoretical knowledge, but on the job is where I took up the practical skills. I've been working in software engineering field 2001. My experience has been in startup world and in game development. I first started making games in [more]

I have been teaching computer programming classes for more than 15 years. I was teaching a course on Intro to Python Programming and the students wrote good reviews. Teaching offers me a great opportunity to inspire. As a teacher, my goal is to enhance student learning as a life-changing experience. I hope my students will feel personally changed by their participation in the courses I am teaching. When I was a student, a talented math teacher posed challenging problems in class. He encouraged me to strengthen my logical skills by solving complicated math problems. I participated in math com [more]

I am a graduate student in Computer Science and have had to extensively use Python in my courses, specifically mathematical packages in Python such as scipy, numpy, and OpenCV. I have also used Python extensively in my web development courses. Plus, it is one of my favorite computer languages. Hi, I am a graduate student studying Computer Science who has a passion for Math, Science, Engineering, and Teaching. I think the best way to learn is through teaching. I have three years of tutoring experience. I have participated in outreach programs offered by my University to tutor intercity student [more]

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