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I am a part time Adjunct Professor at a local community college with experience teaching Physics, Statics, Dynamics, AutoCAD, Solidworks, General Chemistry and Drafting. I have over 30 years experience in the mechanical and elector-mechanical Aerospace field. I am easy going and work well with presenting ideas in a different way to help students grasp difficult concepts. ... [more]

I have taught high school math for 2 years. I have a strong passion for helping others learn and understand mathematical concepts. I have experience teaching Algebra 1, Geometry, ACT Math, and Probability and Statistics. I have tutored in all areas of the high school curriculum. I also have experience teaching college level math education courses to future teachers. This has provided me with a strong background of mathematical content and student perceptions. I have experience teaching a... [more]

I've been tutoring for about 3 years and love every moment of it. I worked for Sam Houston State University with their Supplemental Instruction program which aims to improve passing rates of certain classes by hosting group study sessions led by someone who has proven their aptitude for the subject. I've also worked in the Math Center for over 2 years helping students with all levels of math and physics. Where possible, I would offer private tutoring outside of the center to students who ... [more]

I believe that if mathematicians were smarter, more people would know math. My name is David. I was an early education major before I switched to Mathematics. I have tutored for four years at the University of Toledo,and for a year at Woodward High School. I have experience working with Children, first grade through high school. I also tutor adults,and people with developmental disabilities. I have approximately 10 years experience as a math tutor. What makes me a good tutor is that I can s... [more]

Hello! If you need help with Physics or Math, I hope that you would consider contacting me. I completed my PhD in Physics in 2008, and moved to Northwest Ohio to teach, though I have been teaching physics and math since 2003. My philosophy on teaching and learning (and tutoring) would be described as "constructivist". You become a more advanced learner (in these subject areas in particular) by doing. However, "the doing" is made more effective when the activities are scaffolded, helping yo... [more]

I'm a current medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. I graduated cum laude at Case Western Reserve University with a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry. I discovered my love of tutoring in high school when I was hired by the math department to tutor students K-12 needing some extra help. I continued tutoring throughout my undergraduate years. At Case Western Reserve University, I was hired to tutor my fellow classmates in biology, chemistry, anatomy, genetics, ph... [more]

Experience tutoring trigonometry, including graphing trig functions, solving trig functions, converting between degrees and radians, etc. I am currently a medical student at the University of Toledo College of Medicine. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Maryland College Park in 2014, having majored in Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics with a minor in Sustainability. I have experience as a tutor. When I was in high school, I volunteered at South Lake Elementary School, where I assisted elementary school students with mathematics and reading. During my sopho [more]

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