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The key to first-year statistics is keeping the big picture in mind, both figuratively and literally. From describing distributions to calculating probabilities, the descriptions and formulas used in statistics are strongly geometrically-based, and it is an understanding of this geometric foundation that can guide students through multi-step calculations, without losing sight of the end goal. Graphs are a great tool for visualizing probabilities studied in statistics, and many teachers require students to include graphs in their work. It is my experience that until a student can consistently [more]

I am on staff as an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Temple College, and as an Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics at The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. The college classes I teach consist mostly of College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (1 and 2) and Elementary Statistics. My greatest joy is the improved success of my students. I have a B.S. in Education (Penn State), and a Master's in Mathematics (Ohio State). I have previously taught at the Junior High level for 12 years teaching Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Geometry. Currently I am on staff as an Associate Professor of [more]

As a very capable mathematician, I have for many years applied my knowledge of statistics to various situations in which analysis was useful. When I was a restaurant & retail manager, I used statistics & business analysis skills I learned in college to describe & understand the performance of my stores. As a teacher, I used statistical analysis to interpret my students' standardized test performance data. Serving two years on my campus' improvement committee, it was my duty to use test score data & demographic data to recommend specific areas for improvement. In graduate school I had to streng [more]

I started tutoring and teaching as a way to support myself in college and graduate school. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Guilford College, a Masters in Geoscience from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from Stony Brook University. My students averaged a grade of A- per semester at both Harvard and Stony Brook. As a research scientist I found that I miss the interaction with students, especially that moment when they grasp a difficult concept or acquire a skill they ... [more]

I have master's in statistics from Stephen F. Austin State University with 4.0 GPA. I have got my degree in 2010. I have masters degree in Physics and Statistics. I have 10 years of teaching experience in math and physics. I like to watch moments when a student understands the solution of a problem. Those are very rewarding moments. I have tutored in math and physics at the high school level and taught physics and developmental math at the community college level for 5 and 2 years respectively. I am good at problem solving and planning. I would like to tutor physics, math and statistics... [more]

I am teaching Statistics in local colleges. in addition to that, my qualifying was in Statistics during graduate school and tutored Statistics for many years. I have a PhD in mathematics and a BS in engineering. I have over 10 years of classroom experience, I taught statistics and calculus at University of Maryland before having my kids. Now, I teach at at local colleges. I have been doing paid and unpaid tutoring for 25 years now. My son became a doctor in the army, he also has a degree in Biochemical engineering. My daughter graduated from UC Berkeley Energy Engineering. I always voluntee [more]

I have a M.S. in Statistics from Texas Tech University with a 4.0 GPA. I know math. I earned a M.S. in Statistics from Texas Tech University (TTU) in May 2016, having maintained a 4.0 GPA in EVERY math course taken. At TTU I taught 4 sections of Contemporary Mathematics and worked at the tutoring center, so I have experience teaching and tutoring. Unlike the teaching assistant or professor who only knows how to speak in math, I am a native English speaker. I can explain difficult concepts, step by step, in a manner that is easy to understand. I understand wha... [more]

I have a B.S. in Mathematics (St. Mary's University) and a Masters in Statistics (Rice University). I am an adjunct Professor of Statistics at Austin Community College. Dear student or guardian: I've been teaching or tutoring mathematics and statistics for over 10 years. I have an undergraduate degree in mathematics and a graduate degree in mathematical statistics. I've taught college level courses in math and statistics in 4 different schools in the Chicago and Austin area. I often call teaching a "hobby" - I enjoy it that much. Here's how I can help: I'll sit with you and you will [more]

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