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My entire life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. Throughout high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. After high school I attended the University of Oregon for a B.A. in Economics, with a minor in Mathematics, and a GPA of 3.67. In tutoring, I first focus on understanding exactly what a student is having trouble with, then use a ... [more]

Hello! I started tutoring as a graduate student at Uni and later became an instructor there. It was then with my coworkers that I learned how rewarding helping students can be. Not only because I love what I have learned, but I also love discussions about said material. My coworkers and I always welcomed students to our office for questions even if they were not our students. Helping a student truly understand the material is one rewarding aspect of tutoring and teaching. If you want a tutor ... [more]

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I am currently tutoring students in varied statistics courses. I completed numerous upper-division college courses requiring statistical analysis, as well as receiving an "A" in Statistics of Natural Sciences. Although I love to learn, I thoroughly enjoy helping others to find their potential and see them succeed! I have tutored privately for the past two and a half years. Prior to that, I was honored enough to be selected as a physics Peer Learning Assistant through the Women in Engineering grant at my community college. As a recent magna cum laude graduate, I understand the difficulty presen [more]

As a high-school junior, we spent a whole semester of pre-calculus studying probability and statistics. In college I took a lower-division course in statistics that went into more depth. As a graduate student in toxicology, a class on experimental design was essentially an advanced statistics class--UC Irvine's math department didn't allow us to use the word "statistics" in the course title without their approval. I currently am tutoring a college junior in upper division statistics, which ranged quickly through descriptive stats, went into some depth on correlation, causation, and linear regr [more]

Originally from England, I graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Mathematics. As a tutor I enjoy meeting students of all backgrounds and abilities, thinking through problems together and making progress in understanding the concepts behind the questions. I personally find math fascinating and beautiful, and I love sitting down with a student to help him or her to explore areas that they had not previously encountered or understood. My belief is that when a student understands (... [more]

I have used statistics throughout my career as an engineer. I'm a retired Engineer who has transitioned to a new career as a tutor. My specialties area math, chemistry and physics 6-12th grade. I enjoy the challenge of helping students figure out the material and problems themselves by asking the right question at the right time. I tailor my style to the specific students learning style. I guide them through the material rather than doing it for them. I've been a homework helper volunteer at the Beaverton Library for the past year and have co... [more]

I have tutored physics and math students since I was in college, with most of my emphasis on introductory physics courses for students in other departments (e.g. pre-med), and undergraduate math classes, especially single-variable calculus. In addition, I have tutored high school calculus and other math classes. I love working through problems with students and seeing when they grasp the methods and are able to apply them to solve new problems. I enjoy working with students at all stages, ... [more]

I have a Master in Public Policy that focused heavily on statistics and research methods. Graduate classes I took included Research Methods, Quantitative Statistics, and Survey Research and Design. I was also a teaching assistant for two research methods courses with both centered around research design and data analysis, one for undergrads and one for graduate students. I use statistics daily in my work as a Research Analyst at an academic research center to conduct statistical analyses on the data we collect in the course of our research projects. [more]

Hello! My name is Jordan and I am an engineer. I have an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering and a masters degree in Environmental Engineering with a concentration in Groundwater and Soil Pollution Control. I am passionate about teaching and sharing my expansive knowledge of math, science, and engineering with students. I believe that a great teacher is encouraging, lively, and flexible. My lesson structure is adaptive, with a high emphasis on individual growth. I have three yea... [more]

For 20 years Michael was a software engineer and manager at Intel Corporation. He has Math and Computer Science degrees from the Institute of Technology, University of Minnesota. While at the University of Minnesota Mike worked in the General College math anxiety program, assisting students 1-on-1. For the past ten years, Mike has taught math, statistics and computer science at post-secondary schools, Portland Community College, and the University of Portland. STUDENT FEEDBACK: ?Thank you... [more]

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