...Teaching philosophy: I believe that different students have different ways of learning and no one way is best for all students. Some students learn better by auditory means, some by visual means, and some by hands-on means. I would start by finding out the student learns best and provide methods tailored to best suit their learning style.
Euless, TXView Tutor
...All of the Electrical Engineering courses were basically advanced math courses disguised as circuits. I have a PhD in Statistics and have used the data analysis add in Excel extensively both in consulting practice and tutoring statistics. As engineers were required to take 5 calculus courses.
Dallas, TXView Tutor
For the past two years I have tutored high school and college students in math and science classes. I have helped some kids receive an A in the class that they were barely passing at the beginning of the semester. I love the opportunity to help students understand the topics that they are learning in class while also teaching the students how to solve the problems that they are given.
Lewisville, TXView Tutor
...Doctors, Governments, Big Business all use this concept to try and predict the outcome of certain actions and events. At this level we will be keeping it simple and deal with a couple of factors to understand concepts and answer questions. Probability is one topic that is pure common sense.
Arlington, TXView Tutor
...Public Health Fellow I tutored high school, undergraduate, and medical students for four years in physics, chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, and history. I have found that students at all levels often fear examinations. That fear can be grounded in knowledge problems. either in subject matter or testing fear itself.
Weatherford, TXView Tutor