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I feel that statistics is one of the most important topics I can help teach -- the world is awash with statistics. Unfortunately, because statistics quantifies things like confidence and uncertainty, it has to rely on numerous approximations that make the concepts counterintuitive and the formulas seem arcane. I can help with that. I've taught college-level statistics, and I can explain the charts, the formulas, and the buttons on a TI calculator. I can help work through word problems, which statistics in particular has a lot of, and point out the key pieces of information that make clear [more]

I have taught AP Statistics at the high school level, and have also tutored college students with their college statistics classes. I am a certified teacher with certifications in Mathematics and Physical Science (Physics/Chemistry). Most recently I worked at the high school level teaching Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and AP Statistics. Additionally, I teach Probability & Statistics, Precalculus, and Computer Science (Python Programming) as part of the TexPREP summer program at the University of Texas at Dallas. The Texas Prefreshman Engineering Program (TexPREP) identifies achieving middle and hi [more]

** Subjects: math, all levels English/Language Arts, K-8 ** Specialties in ADD/ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, Learning, Memory, Study Skills, and Instruction Over the past four years, I have helped students with specific and general learning differences achieve their grades and test score goals. I have a bachelor's degree in education from Texas Wesleyan University, and over 10 years of public school teaching experience. I have taught at the primary, second... [more]

I have taken many semesters of statistics coursework at the graduate level. My way of explaining statistics tends more towards the intuitive and less towards the mathematical, although I can cover that too. So working with me can help you understand what the concepts mean; how they appear in actual data analysis; and you can use them in your own current schoolwork and future profession. This can complement the material you have covered in class, where the discussion often centers on how to calculate things. [more]

I have an M.S. in Statistics (1998) and a B.S. in Math (1996) and am a former statistician at The Gallup Organization. Hello! My name is Mica and I am an Advanced Statistics Tutor and Online Academic Coach specializing in helping students taking statistics courses or working on statistical analysis projects. SPSS is installed on my personal laptop, and as a former Gallup statistician, I am an expert user. I have helped many students execute and complete both their analysis and subsequent written assignment. I also have a M.S. Statistics, a B.S. Math, 15+ years of business experience u [more]

My own experience with being a math student is that math teachers focus too much on the subject matter and are satisfied if their presentations are logical, clear, and complete. Trouble is, even a "perfect" presentation is wasted if the student isn't ready for it. I start from the student. What do you already know? What do you bring to the table? My lessons aren't jewels of pure reason floating somewhere off in the sky; they are new branches growing on the tree of your existing comprehen... [more]

I am a college mathematics professor with over twenty years' experience in healthcare consulting. I have tutored students from 5th grade math to college level courses. In addition to teaching college-level mathematics, I have developed curriculums for several courses including on-line courses with a Texas-based university. I have also written a mathematics textbook that is used by a Dallas-based college for fundamentals of mathematics. I believe that math can be fun and understandable as well... [more]

I have taken AP stats in high school as well as calculus based stats in college. I am now taking stats to be an educational researcher, which includes all of the stats needed for AP Stats and further. I am a former NC math teacher that relocated to the Dallas area for a Ph.D. program in Education at a local university. I have previously taught high school math and math to ESOL students. Tutoring is fun because it allows teachers to actually obtain an individual understanding of how students learn. I like to make math relevant but also make connections between other mathematical content. I [more]

I can help tutor descriptive statistics (e.g. measures of central tendency and variability) and inferential statistics (e.g. one-sample t-test, independent and dependent samples t-test, AN(C)OVA, correlation, linear/multiple regression, moderation, and mediation analyses). I can also help tutor performing these inferential statistics in statistical programs such as Excel, SPSS, and R. I have taken both undergraduate statistics (i.e., Statistical Methods in Psychology [PSY320/L] at California State University, Northridge) and graduate statistics courses (i.e., Advanced Statistics [PSY670A/B] an [more]

Having started my teaching career at a community college, I have had a great deal of experience working with adult, military, and first generations college students, and am comfortable working with students to navigate the unique challenges that come with being a part of these groups. I also encourage students to discuss their questions, ideas, and perspectives with me in order to help them connect more deeply with the subject. Additionally, I have over 42 hours of advanced quantitative methodology and am able to decipher the most advanced statistical concept into language that anyone can und [more]

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