I tailor my courses to the needs of the customer, from students seeking to enter the field to mid-career professionals trying to solve difficult problems. Emphasis is placed on understanding the goals and needs of the system and how it will be operated. Examples are offered from other systems and directed discussion applies the example to systems of interest.
My focus in tutoring is always to help my students build their skills and confidence, step-by-step. I will tailor your lessons to your needs and your unique way of seeing the world. Above all, I approach every lesson with awareness, patience and respect.
Following 35 years in industry in a variety of roles, I am transitioning to a career in education so that I can impart my experience to others looking to enter technical fields. I adapt my instruction to the proper level of the student and their goals. I always look to find means to breakdown complex problems in a simple, concise manner and to stimulate creative solutions and new ideas.
My teaching method varies with each student. Unlike large classroom teachers, I have mostly worked one-on-one. The most importing thing is to evaluate the students current knowledge base and built upon that. I built personal trust and make them feel safe and make them feel that it's okay to wrong because that's how we learn.
My approach to teaching can be best describe as inquiry based and cooperative styles. Providing the resources/background information for students to problem solve and exercise their critical thinking skills are essential growth attributes for students to develop successful learning .
I approach each topic by going over the basics and understanding the problem at every detail. Engineering problems are very detail-oriented and can be a hassle when you are faced with homework's that have multiple problem sets. Eventually these small details will become second nature which will allow you to focus on bigger problems and more complex situations.
I believe that the greatest tools I can equip my students with are the skills of critical thinking and problem solving through fundamental investigations. From the problems inherent in the understanding of certain intuitive concepts to the rigorous application of problem solving involving breaking down of the complexities to the bits, students can learn from me as much as I can from them.
I approach problems by giving as many examples as possible. I have a learn-by-doing philosophy and I like to be able to provide problems that engage students while teaching them the methodology of problem-solving. Making mistakes is the best way to learn, so I encourage mistakes, as long as a student is willing to learn from them.
Tudor' Education in: - AS in Bible and Geology - BS in Civil Engineering & - MS Level in Arctic Engineering ** Skilled in tax, finance, agriculture and veterinary; and Humble but promising in Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Ranching, Farming and Wilderness Survival to boot!
My last position was an assistance Manager for projects and Engineering Services. I handled over 40+ people working for me, I have the knowledge and techniques to motivate people and get the best out of them to achieve there goals.
Lecturer at University of Texas with 1 year of experience in teaching Organic Chemistry Graduate Assistant at University of South Florida : Teaching Experience: College Algebra Physics Trigonometry Calculus I& II Engineering Mechanics Materials Science Characterization of Materials Physical Metallurgy
I have a Bachelor of Science in Physical Sciences. I also have a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering. I have a Master's of Education in General Education. I graduated with a cum laude honors and over a 3.0 average.
I can give lessons to most levels, anywhere from grade school to college level. Not only can I teach engineering classes and principles, but I also have a strong background in Math, English, Computer Skills/Software and Communication. I have always learned by example so this is my main approach. However, I can tailor my approach to whichever method preferred.
I have an Associates degree in Construction Engineering Technology, a Bachelors of Science in Secondary Education Mathematics and a Masters in Curriculum Design and Instructional Technology. I am a very hands on teacher. I find that students learn better when they are doing the work and I can ask questions that help them to figure out how to solve the problem.
The most effective teaching method in one on one tutoring. The best and surest methodology is to ensure the basics of any subject are throughly understood before moving on to the more advanced aspects of any technical subject.
I used to be ITT Technical Institute instructor, Prefer hand drawing to illustrate academic materials, especially in mechanics and physics Use online updated material for instruction
I am a Graduate Professional with 19 years of experience in Medical, Industry field and Education. Helping others to learn is one of the most successful experiences in my career. Additionally working with students with learning disabilities, co-workers with different careers or educational level are giving me the most powerful experiences.
I am a chemical engineer with 14 years training experinece and currently teach at a local university. I am a trained corporate presenter and trainer. I have experience teaching secondary and adult education classes. My advanced math and science background helps me explain difficult subject in many different formats until comprehension is reached.
-Earned B.S. Physics 1985 from Eastern Ky. University -Earned M.S. Physics 1992 from Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey Ca. - Teaching: Have taught part-time as a substitute Math/Sciences teacher at local Middle-school level. Prefer to teach via application of mathematic/scientific methods to solve engineering problem scenarios.
I'm a private tutor since 2000, and a substitute teacher in Katy ISD for two years now, spent 10 years in Alcatel-Lucent University as a tutor as well.
A committed teaching Professional with almost 9 years of experience at leading academic institution teaching students from various social and cultural backgrounds. After my Graduation, I studied my masters as well continued my teaching for 4 years. Well, I had tutored students in math and science.
As a tutor, I would usually let the student try to solve the problem that she or he is struggling with on his own, and then if he is stuck or gives up, then I would do the problem myself and ask questions to make sure that the solution to the question has been understood.
I attended college for 11 years and obtained 3 degrees: BA Chemistry Cornell College MS Chemical Engineering Texas A&M University MBA University of St. Thomas, Houston I am very good at math, chemistry, physics, engineering, economics, finance, and banking. I also give lessons in Spanish and guitar.
My name is Sterlin Miller Sr., and I am 53 years old. I am an alumni of the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, and I have earned a Bachelor of Science degree from UMBC in Mechanical Engineering. I have found through experience that I have a passion and talent for teaching.
I have studied many different sciences in high school (I went to a science and math high school), including biology, chemistry, physics, and much more. In addition, I have studied chemical engineering and mathematical sciences as well for a large part of my college education.
I studied Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science at Washington State University. I graduated in May 2016, and passed the Mechanical FE exam. Some courses I have taken and feel comfortable tutoring include: Differential Equations, Complex Analysis, Organic & Physical Chemistry, Engineering Physics (Mechanics, E&M), Composite Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, and Control Systems.
I hold a B.S. in Civil Engineering, an M.S. in Engineering Management, and two A.S. in Computer Aided Drafting and CAD Computer Systems Management. I work in the civil engineering industry, as well as serving as an adjunct instructor of civil engineering at a local university.
Hi! My name is Danielle, and I would love to tutor you in science and in mathematics. I have a bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering from Arizona State University and a Masters in Biostatistics from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. I have a flexible schedule and can tutor up to college level courses in Algebra, Biology, Calculus, Physiology and R programming.
I like to teacher to teach the students with Problem solving In various series and I like to work math olimpcs.
I love Math and Physics and enjoy working with people of all ages and levels. I like to bring extra knowledge about the history of the subject and why the subject is important in every day life. I like to work one-on-one or in small groups, giving individual attention as needed.
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