I'm twenty-two and the highest degree I have is a high school diploma. I'm in college and I'm currently attending CSU Channel Islands to study psychology. I'm people-oriented because people just interest me and I find them fascinating. I want to give lessons to high school students and the subjects I want to tutor are math, biology and chemistry.
I've Bachelors in Physics with Sigma Phi Sigma Honors Society, Graduate work in Electrical Engineering particularly Full Stack Programming (from build to front end user experience on web pages using L.A.M.P.), Graduate work in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Engineering, and a PhD in Philosophy. I'm an award-winning software programmer.
I am looking to gain experience in teaching.
- I tutor students from elementary school to bachelor's degrees in all things science and math. - In the past, I've collaborated in putting together that dreaded science fair poster, cramming for exams, and thoroughly explained reaction mechanisms. - I use real life examples to grasp concepts from thermodynamics to the biology of the cell.
I earned my Bachelor of Science in Physics and Applied Math from the University of New Mexico in 2011, and my Ph.D. in Physics from the University of California, Riverside in 2016. I am passionate about science and math, and I can help anyone who wants to understand more about these topics, although most of my students are from high school or college.
Education High School Scotia-Glenville High School Scotia, New York Undergraduate College Union College Schenectady, New York Major Field of Study: Electrical Engineering and Mathematics Graduate School Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, New York Major Field of Study: Electric Power Engineering - Merit Scholarship plus stipend
I have a Master's degree in electronic physics from the University of Prague in the Czech Republic. I have taught at different universities in the US and overseas, as well as tutoring school students lately. I usually associate math, physics, and engineering problems with real life, at the level the student could understand.
• Physics Lecturer with over 12 years in research and teaching. Thoroughly understands the learning process and works hard to adapt methods and use various teaching styles. • Innovative and adaptable training and education professional seeking advanced position in a university setting. • Educator offering skill in communication, leadership and organization.
I have a BS in Mechanical Engineering together with additional studies in Graphic Design. I have engineering experience coupled with management and marketing expertise. I taught Math,Science and English to high school and college level. I will help you to defy your Math fears or your English writing anxiety.
I taught middle and high school students mathematics and science in international schools in Dubai and now I am a substitute teacher in Columbus, Ohio. I include whiteboard and power point presentations, with lots of practice work. At present, I tutor geometry to a few students, college algebra and geometry to some OSU students and ACT prep.
Hi, I am Sridivya Naidu, who loves teaching and will explain you stepping in your shoes. I have completed my Master's in Construction Management and have ranked first in my course. I have taught sophomore and junior civil engineering students for a year wherein I have completed the syllabus in time with few prep tests and made it a point that they pass the subject which I teach.
I have taught students ranging in age from 4th grade through college level. My approach to teaching involves trying to make education entertaining and fun. Many students are initially intimidated by science and math. I like to show them that anyone can be successful at these subjects if they are broken down into easier pieces.
I am offering in person and skype tutoring sessions for the following courses: High School/AP Chemistry High School/AP Physics General College Chemistry Organic Chemistry Analytical Chemistry General College Physics Lesson structure will be tailored to individual student needs.
I've heard people say that the best way to learn is to teach. I embrace this idea in my approach to tutoring, where I have the student walk me through what they understand, so together we can explore what they don't. This positive approach allows the student to see how much knowledge they actually already have at their disposal.
Hi, I'm Tom Scott, graduate of the school of Computer Engineering, UMASS. I have tutored both adults and children, including children with ADHD. If the student does not reach his or her goals, all payments are returned. 100% money-back guarantee. I tailor the lesson to meet the student's needs.
I am native french speaker. If you are interested in learning french, I am your man. I am currently finishing PhD in electrical engineering. I have been teaching different labs in the electrical engineering department and I was a math minor in undergraduate. I also have been tutoring people in Maths, Physics, and French for a while.
I have years of experience on teaching chemistry, physics and math to friends, family members and private lessons.
I have taught high school math and science for 1 years, and I love the subjects very much. I am always looking for ways to improve my knowledge, and become better at translating it to students. I encourage thinking, and figuring things out for oneself as much as possible. I encourage the student to define what he or she is doing, and question it as well.
I am a college graduate from Rice University (ranked #15 in U.S. News) with a B.S. in Astrophysics, and am excited to have the chance to help others succeed in the fields I am passionate about. I will deliver personal 1-on-1 sessions tailored to the student's level of understanding and needs, and formulate a plan to achieve success with measurable goals.
I have recently graduate college in Chemistry major from SUNY Plattsburgh, and I want to continue my graduate study in West Coast. I love solving problems and doing calculation in Calculus, Chemistry and Physics, and I like tutoring college and high school students.
· Conduct research to extend mathematical knowledge in traditional areas, such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus, probability, and logic. · Address the relationships of quantities, magnitudes, and forms through the use of numbers and symbols.
I treat every student as a unique individual with a different way of seeing things. My goal is to guide my students to reach their own understanding of the subject at hand, rather than giving solutions outright. I always teach note-taking and study skills in conjunction with the subject material, so that my students can become self-sufficient.
I always based my classes on empathy and comprehension of the difficulties of each student. I realized that learning to learn itself, is something critical to be able to progress. So I always try to understand the way that the student is thinking.
I have a BS in Physics and Mathematics. My methods emphasize deep understanding of fundamental principles, and problem solving. I teach/tutor all grade levels of Physics and Mathematics.
I have a very pedagogical approach, first giving in depth theory using practical examples to reinforce the concepts. I then assign numerous problems of increasing degree of difficulty and carefully analyze the responses to find out areas which need further work. I then go over these with the students until they realize the deficiencies.
I like to design my classes on what the student needs. If you would like to learn basic concepts we can start from the beginning. If you want encouragement and mentorship as you study and work through assignments like most of my students, I'll provide that. If you want to see certain gains in your scores on standardized tests and exams, I'll share strategies from a test taking angle.
The way I teach is largely based on practice and derivation. I think it is infintely easier to understand a mathematical/physical technique when you know where it comes from. My classes revolve around starting with first principle and step by step showing the student how we arrive at the formulas.
My teaching method is to start where the student is, and to provide just the right amount of information to the student, in order to tackle the new and difficult task or concept. I have found success with giving the student exactly what that student needs, in the moment, no more, no less.
He very passionate about teaching and tries to make the learning process as easy and fun as possible. Having a long experience, he is able to break down complicated concepts to make it easier for the tutee to understand them.
Throughout my own education and industry career, I have been a true believer and fervent practitioner in Albert Einstein's adage: "Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler." I'll apply this principle in teaching and tutoring with students, no matter what levels they are at. The key to learning is to have a clear understanding of the concepts.
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