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My degree is in Statistics and I spent 32 years at IRS conducting various research projects---10 years as a mathematical statistician and 22 years as a research manager. Currently, as an independent contractor, I teach SPSS and Modeler for IBM. I teach 22 different classes, ranging from simply how to use the SPSS and the Modeler software to how to use SPSS to conduct complex statistical analysis and modeling and how to use the Modeler software to do data mining and text mining. I have been teaching these subjects since June 2008, after I retired from IRS. [more]

I have a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and a love of math and statistics. I currently work at Santa Fe College as an adjunct Psychology instructor. I have taught undergraduate Psychology courses at Yale, Iowa State University, and SF. In high school and during undergraduate study, I was a tutor in math and psychology as well. I took AP Calculus in high school and have always excelled in mathematics. I received my bachelor's degree from Purdue University in Psychology, with minors in Sociolog... [more]

Statistics certificate from The Florida State University. I have used SPSS for my own research since 2006. I also used SPSS to run the statistics for an undergraduate professor?s research as a statistics consultant. Hi, I love my job as a high school math teacher! I am currently in my 7th year of teaching algebra 1, liberal arts math, geometry, algebra 2, and math for college readiness. Previously, I was a math and psychology tutor at Marymount Manhattan College. In addition to teaching, I am completing my dissertation to obtain an EdD in educational leadership from the American College of E [more]

Dear student or parent, I am a professional academic tutor with 20+ years of experience tutoring most subjects at the high school, college and graduate school levels. These include most * Math courses including algebra, geometry and pre-calc, calculus, linear and coordinate math, statistics differential equations and computer modeling and more. * Science courses including biology, chemistry, physics, organic chemistry, biochemistry, physics, astronomy, genetics and more. * Business courses ... [more]

Overall, I have been using SPSS for over 12 years as a student, researcher, and educator. Additionally, I have been helping others learn to conduct statistical analyses, with and without SPSS, for over 10 years. I currently teach courses in the research sequence for the Psychology Department at the University of South Carolina. I am familiar with most SPSS features and have worked with students and professionals across a variety of disciplines and at a variety of skill levels. Beginning with my earliest exposure to teaching and research, I knew that I wanted a career that incorporated both and [more]

I have 25+ years teaching and tutoring mathematics, statistics and technology applications, including SPSS. I taught secondary (HS) mathematics for 24 years in New Hanover and Brunswick Counties. I have tutored calculus, but I spend most of my time tutoring statistics and precalculus students who attend UNC-Wilmington, Cape Fear Community College and local high schools. I also worked as a lead tutor in the Learning Lab of Cape Fear Community College from 2000 - 2011. Currently, I am working full time as a Digital Learning & Teaching Facilitator in Onslow County. I have the experience to hel [more]

I taught AP Statistics for several years and I used the academic SPSS package to support assignments. I now own a version of SPSS so I can support a lesson by doing analyses on my computer. In addition I was the data analysis specialist at our school and I used SPSS to correlate student test scores with various independent variables. I also have a love of statistics since it forces students to think differently about mathematics and it provides them with direct real-world challenges. I am an experienced teacher who was the Math Department chairperson and an instructional leader (teacher of tea [more]

I am interested in teaching statistics. I have a master's degree in applied and mathematical statistics from Rutgers University and have teaching experience in the subject at the college level. I am also available for mathematics subject up to and including calculus.... [more]

I am a recent PhD graduate from the University of Georgia. For the past five years, I have tutored various levels of statistics from high school to graduate courses. While my degree was in higher education, I primarily focused on quantitative research. In addition to tutoring, I have experience designing and presenting lesson plans in a classroom setting, particularly about computer programs such as Stata and Excel. Although I am excited to graduate, I think what I will miss most of all i... [more]

In statistics, I specialize in teaching social science students, but I am happy to teach towards other disciplines, as well as AP Statistics for high school students. Specifically, I address conceptual material, teach computational procedures, and employ the use of SPSS statistical programming for topics such as data description, variance and variability, hypothesis testing (e.g., t-tests, ANOVAs), correlations, and regressions, among other things. I am also willing to tutor exclusively in the use of SPSS and syntax writing for those who need more specialized computer training. [more]

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