Susan H.


Susan H.

Tutor

Cincinnati, OH 45231

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

4.79 73 ratings

UC Grad for Math and Science Tutoring

I tutor one student at a time for 60 minutes at the rate of: Math and Physics: $50/hr; Computer Science: $55/hr I have been tutoring my classmates in math since the 2nd grade! I have tutored math for grade school, high school, college, and beyond, through the present, for over 20 years. I also tutor computer science, as I have been a professional Software Engineer/Computer Programmer for over 20 years. I have also tutored some calculus, physics, and chemistry while in college, since I ... [more]


Algebra 1


Algebra 2


Vocabulary


Grammar


Geometry


Physics


Prealgebra


Trigonometry


HTML


SAT Math


Proofreading


GED


ASVAB


Probability


PSAT


Spelling


ACT Math


Elementary Math


C++

I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cincinnati, and completed the first year of Masters Degree coursework in Computer Science. I am currently a professional Software Engineer/Computer Programmer and have been for many years, so I have used or and currently fluent in software development (procedural, object-oriented, and scripting) as well as C, Visual C++, C++, Java, JavaScript, HTML, JSP,and other languages. Specific to C++, I have 6 years experience at AT&T Bell Labs coding Visual C++ code using Visual Studio, as well as a more recent academic quarter coding games using C++ in my Gaming and Simulation Programming degree 6 quarters of completed coursework.


Computer Programming

I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cincinnati, and completed the first year of Masters Degree coursework in Computer Science. I am currently a Software Engineer/Computer Programmer and have been for many years, so I have used or and currently fluent in software development (procedural, object-oriented, and scripting) as well as C, C++, Java, JavaScript, HTML, JSP,and other languages.


Computer Science

I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cincinnati (UC). The first 4/5 years of the degree were the same for both the Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering majors, and I took many of the Computer Engineering courses in my senior year, as well. I have completed coursework for 3 quarters towards an MS in Computer Science at UC, 3 quarters towards a Webmaster Certificate, and 6 quarters towards a second BS in Gaming and Simulation programming degree. I am currently a Software Engineer/Computer Programmer/Web Developer and have been for over 20+ years.


Computer Engineering

I hold a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Cincinnati. The first 4/5 years of the degree were the same for both the Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering majors, and, I took many of the Computer Engineering courses in my senior year, as well. I remember circuits, Assembler for the Intel CPU, and would enjoy helping a student be successful in this coursework. I am currently a Software Engineer/Computer Programmer and have been for many years.


Python

I am currently a Software Engineer and have been for over 25 years. I have 2 years business experience in the Python programming language; I have recently tutored a Jython/JES student for more than 10 hours over several sessions of hands on programming on the student's laptop, learning as they typed the code for their classwork and final. When tutoring students in any programming language, I ask them to bring their laptop to the session (&/or I bring my own), and I teach them how to Google concepts, API docs for the language (like Javadocs for Java), programming tutorials and examples of code in the language.


JavaScript

I am currently a Software Engineer and have been for over 25 years. I have 3-5 years business experience in the HTML/CSS/JavaScript and Java technologies, and currently utilize these technologies on my day-to-day job. When tutoring students in any programming language, I ask them to bring their laptop to the session (&/or I bring my own), and I teach them how to Google concepts, API docs for the language (like Javadocs for Java), programming and examples of code in the language. I teach them programming design and logic by breaking down the exercise, talking it through and drawing out flowcharts, pseudocode, arrays and data structures with their indices, etc. I also discuss class, module, and variable naming conventions (camelCase, consistency, descriptive as possible), as I coach them through learning the language syntax and debugging methods (echoing print statements, commenting out lines until it works and then uncommenting a few lines at a time until it breaks and repeating this process, etc.) and testing all logic paths in the code.