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I am a Computer Engineering student attending the Armour College of Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Il. I am offering my help with high school and college level mathematics courses. I can provide assistance in algebra, precalculus, trigonometry for calculus, and calculus 1-3.
I have a bachelor's degree from Georgia Southern University in international studies and a double minor in Spanish and military history. I also have a associate's degree from Georgia Military College of Augusta. In Augusta and would like to tutor people who need help.
I am currently a junior in the college of engineering. I have had a love for math and science since elementary school. I have taken many math and sciences classes from pre algebra to calculus and physical science to chemistry.
I have done masters in Physics and I have been tutoring the sophomore in the university. I used to teach labs to premed students.I teach physics and mathematics to high school and college students.I will be flexible with time and i can give home tuition as well.
I have an undergraduate and graduate degree in materials science with a B.S. from Penn State and a M.S. from Northwestern. The curriculum includes an extensive use physics and chemistry. I also have experience writing patent applications for both small and large businesses.
I am a recent Mechanical Engineering graduate from Cleveland State University. In my course work I have taken classes such as Math, Physics, Chemistry, Pre Calculus, Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. I give lessons to all levels of students.
I believe the best way for someone to learn is to watch me do the problem and then have them do the problem back for me. This method does take longer than the tutors that would help me, I would come with a problem and they would just show me how to do it. But I didn't remember how to do the problem, because I hadn't shown someone else how to do it that has no experience.
I struggled to complete my degree, so I understand if you need additional examples. Most of my learning comes from looking at a problem/situation from a different perspective and making connections to something I already know. From math to science, I'll share examples you can relate to.
I have a Bachelor's in Physics and a Master's in Science Education. I focus on connecting the individual concepts the big ideas of Physics which allows for increased retention and understanding. My instructional strategies focus on probing questions and referencing previous work/concepts.
Graduated on the deans list from Northern Arizona University with a bachelors in education with an emphasis on math. I have also received training from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. I am currently working towards my masters degree from NAU. I am highly qualified by the state of Arizona. My lessons are engaging, relevant and concise.
I am a student oriented in STEM field. I have finished 5 on AP Calculus BC and taken Matrices & Linear Transformation and Multidimensional Calculus at Carnegie Mellon University. I usually tutor middle and high school levels. I always encourage students to know how or why things work, rather than simply memorizing formulas and ideas.
My name is Emileigh, im 24. I graduated high school with honors classes and went to college for early childhood education and family law! I love to teach and I like do it hands on because everyone learns in different way.
I have a B.A. in Chemistry from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. I have taken 3+ years of college math and 4+ years of various chemistry, biology, physics, and biochemistry courses as well. I enjoy seeing the student exceed and believe that students need to develop the answer on their own rather than being told the answer.
I am master in chemical engineering, and have tutored students at the college level to succeed to chemistry, physics, and calculus. Because I am an engineer, I apply problem solving techniques to get to the root of a student's issues with material. I examine past and present work, and determine what the student specifically needs in order to succeed in the class.
Master of Science, The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, Physics Master of Education, The University of Utah, Mathematics and Science Education Bachelor of Science, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, Earth Science - Geophysics High School Diploma, Cranbrook Schools, Bloomfield Hills Michigan
I'm an upcoming college junior studying both physics and astronomy. I have experience teaching students at my university in a playful way and believe I can continue it onto the internet. I am usually very goofy when I teach, but I know when to be serious around a certain subject. I like to be engaged with my students rather than mindlessly teach.
Hello, I hope all is well. My name is Kemeth Mayfield and I am a tutor of the stem fields. I graduated from the University of Texas in San Antonio with a degree in physics. during my time at UTSA, I became proficient in a wide number of math and science. You name it, calculus, chemistry, geometry, geology. If it's science, or math, I can help whomever.
I am an Chemical Engineering student at University of Illinois at Chicago, with a GPA of 3.21. I have studied advanced Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics. I usually run through a step-by-step, process with the student, and am always looking for new ways to explain the concepts to the student. I usually have a very relaxed and easygoing instruction.
I am a graduate of The University of Toledo who holds a master's degree in secondary education. I am licensed to teach any science subject in high school. But I can tutor students in mathematics also. I use a wide variety of methods depending on the needs of my students.
I have an Bachelor's degree in physics with an emphasis in mathematics from the University of Puget Sound. Currently, I am pursuing a masters in electrical engineering. From these experiences I am well versed in all forms of mathematics at or below and undergraduate level of study.
I want to give lessons to people my same age I am 13 years old soon to be 14. My methods for teaching are to make things relatable to the person I'm tutoring and use things that will stick in their head.
I'm a senior chemistry major and physics minor at UMass Amherst! Still being a student, the most common obstacles that slow down learning are fresh in my mind.
I'm a recent PhD graduate in Physics from University of Houston. I have been a Teaching Assistant for 6 years, including 2 years as a grader and 4 years as an instructor. I also worked as a private tutor for about 2 years. I'm very familiar with high school and university Physics. I'm a very patient tutor.
I give lessons to high school, middle school, or college students in chemistry, physics, or basic math. I have a master's degree in teaching chemistry and physics, and a bachelor's degree in chemistry. I hold teaching certifications in California and Georgia.
I am currently a high school Math teacher in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I hold an Associates in Psychology, a B.S in Physics, and a minor in Mathematics. I also have 2.5 years experience as a college course physics aide. Where I helpes students understand the material to successfully pass their college course and 3 years experience as a science outreach coordinator in Las Cruces New Mexico.
My name is Kenwood. I'm 28 years old and have a passion for science and technology. My experience includes university level math and physics curriculum. In my free time I enjoy playing music and and learning about science and technology.
Hi there :) My name is Justin and I have tutored a very wide variety of levels in math. From basic multiplication techniques for an 8 year old girl to a college student preparing for a Calculus 3 exam. I enjoy thinking and discovering strategies to break down complex abstract ideas into bite sized intuitive understandings.
I'm a college student studying physics at BYU and I give students to College Freshmen and High school students in math, physics, and astronomy. I'll help you with your homework, studying for tests, and reviewing tough concepts to help increase understanding.
Completed my associates in general engineering and I am currently finishing my bachelors in Civil Engineering. I currently help other students in my college who are taking previous classes and help them understand the material better if something was left unclear from classes. I will walk each step with you in helping you understand why each process is being made and why we apply them.
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