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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]

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]

I used SPSS for my graduate classes. 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 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 a PhD student in University of South Carolina. Although I don't have any experience in tutoring, but I registered in a teaching practicum course in my PhD program, where I practiced my knowledge in a real teaching world. I got a very good evaluation from my advisor. As a PhD student in Epidemiology, I use several software a lot, such as SAS, SPSS. As Math is very basic science in different area, and Math is still part of my life in graduate studying. I want to share my experience in ... [more]

Hi, My name is Samuel W., I live in Lilburn, GA. I have a Bachelor's degree in Actuarial Science (magna cum laude) from Georgia State University and a master's in statistics (magna cum laude) from Kennesaw State University. I have tutored math to my peers and others since I was in high school and worked as a tutor at Georgia Perimeter College for over five years. Throughout those years I have learned and adapted different tutoring styles and techniques and acquired the discipline to become th... [more]

I can help students with basic math, algebra, probability, and statistics. I have worked with students at various educational levels (elementary school, middle school, high school, community college, university-level). I use SPSS, Minitab, and R. Students tell me that I am very good at simplifying and clearly explaining concepts. I am confident that I can help you succeed.... [more]

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 Education. I love helping my students to understand math concepts and how they apply to the real world. In addit... [more]

I have extensive experience working in the high tech industry in both individual contributor and engineering management capacities. I have a strong technical background in engineering, physics, mathematics, finance, accounting and economics. As a result of my work experience, I strongly believe we need to encourage students to pursue science and engineering careers to remain competitive with the rest of the world. I was taught science and math in a rather 'uninteresting' way when I... [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]

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