I have a Ph.D. in particle physics from Duke University, but what I have always loved to do most is teach. I taught introductory and intermediate physics classes at New College, Duke University and RPI. Some years ago I started to tutor one-on-one and have found that, more than classroom instruction, it allows me to tailor my teaching to students' individual needs.
Collegeville, PAView Tutor
...This way the student not only learns how to solve a specific proof, but ways to approach proofs that will work on problems the student has never seen before. My degree is from RPI in Theoretical Mathematics, and thus included taking Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations as well as Linear A...
Upper Darby, PAView Tutor
I completed my master's in education in 2012 and having this degree has greatly impacted the way I teach. Before this degree, I earned my bachelor's in engineering but switched to teaching because this is what I do with passion. I started teaching in August 2000 and my unique educational backgroun...
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...I tutor mainly in math (though I don't mind a little physics). I have a bachelor's in mathematics (with a minor in physics) from Rutgers University (go RU!) and a master's in mathematics education from the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers. It was at college that I first began tutoring and...
Pennsauken, NJView Tutor
...I have passed graduate level statistic courses at Temple University, and can provide transcripts if necessary. I have already tutored high school students in AP statistics, and several adults on graduate programs who wanted tutoring in statistics to pass required statistics courses. I worked at Gwynedd Mercy University as a statistics tutor for undergraduate students.
King Of Prussia, PAView Tutor