I am able to give lessons to people at all levels and have a specialty in geology and earth sciences. I recognize the difficulties that can arise from learning new material and can breakdown topics in a meaningful and easy to understand manner.
I am a very recent college graduate, as of December 2016, with a Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering. I have taken Calculus I-III, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra in college. I also have student middle school mentoring experiencing from a work study in college, as well as through a volunteer position with iPraxis. I do not have a set mode of instructions.
I am a second-year college student attending Philadelphia University and studying fashion merchandising. I have always been good at mathematics, and I was in advanced math in middle school and high school. I took up to Calculus in high school and Statistics and Pre-Calc in college. I passed all levels of math classes with an A or B average, with the exception of Calculus.
I am currently a student majoring in Mathematics in college. I have taking math classes up until College Algebra and will be starting Pre-Calculus in the Spring of 2017. Math is definitely a subject that I am strong in.
I have just moved to Philadelphia from Cambridge where I lived and tutored students from the best high schools of the nation where math curriculum was on the highest level. I have a master of science in chemical engineering from Budapest and a 2nd master in biotech from PENN.
My name is Jenna and I am a student at Drexel University majoring in Mathematics and STEM education. I have been creating mathematics materials and teaching mathematics varying from kindergarten through high school for over a year. I have recently opened my own tutoring business: Get Real Tutoring.
I received a BA in Math at NYU, MS in Math at UC Irvine, and worked as an actuarial analyst at Mercer LLC in New York having passed the first two actuarial exams (probability and financial math). I'm patient, and I ask questions to help students to arrive at the answer themselves.
Lucinda Porter is from Philadelphia, Pa that has a undergraduate degree in Finance and masters in Business Administration with a concentration of Entrepreneurship from LaSalle University. She has specialized experience in Marketing whereas she did project management for dental facilities around the Philadelphia area.
Lesson structure includes taking a look at what information is needed for the Mathematics to be solved. Areas include algebra, pre-calculus and trigonometry, and calculus. Lessons can be based on the subject matter of the Mathematics in question. So any Mathematics up to the calculus level can be taught. Methodology includes a systematic rundown of information needed to solve the problem.
My name is Long. I have 2 bachelor’s degrees, one in finance and the other in food engineering. With the knowledge I have with 2 degrees, I am really confident with any kind of math and financial concepts. I learned that it's not easy to learn from the textbook, sometimes textbooks are very general, and confusing. I can diffuse it and explain to them in a simplified manner.
College student studying Engineering in Pennsylvania, USA. Ideally focuses on teaching concepts to foster understanding, rather than examples to foster rote memorization. The younger a student learns how to process and solve problems, the easier and faster it will grow to be.
I'm currently a college student at Rutgers University working on becoming a high school math teacher. What separates me from many other tutors is the fact that I once needed a tutor myself. I realized that patience with the student is key. Patience is what you get with me. The fact that I am a college student allows me to relate a little more to the students.
I'm a college student in STEM field gives Math and Chemistry lesons by tutoring one on one or group settings. My lesson will depend on how strong your foundation is, and we will build over again to make sure you comfortably understand all Mathematical concepts.
BBA, Statistics - Temple University 1972 The key to knowledge is deep understanding. I will use your current classes, the ones that you need help with. I will teach you the deep reasons behind the subject matter so that after a while, you will be able to advance on your own.
Alan Summers. Education: PhD in Physiology, MD in Psychiatry, MS in Biomedical Engineering. Now retired. Teaching methodology matches the skills and experience of the student, and the student's career direction. Students: High School, through College. Will look at special problems such as test anxiety, memorization abilities, social anxiety, homework-adjustment problems.
My goal in teaching is to understand the underlying reasoning and fundamental logic behind math and science problems. I'm sure there are many great teachers out there who help students solve problems.
Primary and secondary education competed in french. Higher education with major in Accounting and finance, minor in Sociology and writing. Professionally: working in the finance business. Freelancing as a translator: french English (Novels, essays, Web conference). Tutor of french and Math.
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A teacher, with a Master's Degree in Math Education from the University of Pennsylvania, and teaching experience of over 40 years, at levels ranging from middle school through college, and in topics from the simplest to the most complex. Have used a variety of teaching methods, and can apply the ones best suited to each student, according to need.
I am a RN who has been tutoring an array of students for over 15+ years. I can tutor any math, English, science, or historical subject. I can also help one pass the GED. I am looking forward to hearing from you.
I am happiest doing what I love - teaching mathematics, no matter what grade level or content area! I convey this to my students with joy, compassion and understanding. I know that many students have trouble mastering mathematics and many do not even like my subject, but I thrive on explaining it in such a way that students want to learn it and do well.
I am a Regular Education/Special Education Mathematics teacher for the past 35 years. My expertise is my love and dedication for the child/unique learning abilities and getting all of my students to achieve to their fullest potential. My dedication, patience and determination to make all of my students succeed has been my greatest achievement.
Work effectively with students with diverse learning needs and cultural backgrounds Explained complex concepts using easy-to-understand terms Worked with students aged 3 to 17 Developed action plans based on students’ and educators’ academic goals Taught theorems and hard formulas with easy solutions and making everything really understandable
Education Polytechnic University · (postgraduate studies) · Computer Science · 1986 to 1994 State University of NY at Stony Brook · (postgraduate studies) · Computer Science · 1974 to 1978 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn · Candidacy for PhD · Physics X-Ray Diffraction & Crystallography · 1964 to 1970 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn · B.S.
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