...My goal is not only to help the student learn, but create an interest in the subject as well, as I have found that interest and curiosity are the best motivators. I try to challenge students to do their best, without overwhelming them. I expect the best from myself, and I will not charge for any lesson with which the student, or parent is not completely satisfied.
Santa Clara, CAView Tutor
...I am patient and make learning fun and easy. My formal education includes a bachelor's degree in Math from the University of Chicago with minor in Statistics, PhD coursework in Math at Cornell University, and a master's degree in Computer Science from Cornell University. You do not need to travel.
Concord, CAView Tutor
...I speak proper (European) Spanish, and I have been bilingual since age 4. I have been programming since I was 12 years old. Also, I received a BS in Computer Science from California State University, East Bay in 2006.
San Ramon, CAView Tutor
...We all agree that math can become boring, but that it really does not have to be. There are no boring subjects, only boring people. I finished a Master's in Statistics two years ago at CSUEB and work on Finance research and Data Science projects when not tutoring.
Alameda, CAView Tutor
...I make it a point to come down to the level of the pupil to assure their grasp of the steps and methods, and meeting their personal learning needs. I start with a review of basics in each session. In my tutoring I use plenty of real examples and exercises, which I tackle one-on-one with the learner?to allow their confidence building.
Fremont, CAView Tutor