...I have a lot of practice guiding students toward an answer without telling them the answer. Because of my experience in Jordan, I also have a reservoir of small lab activities and demonstrations that are visual and hands-on and encourage deeper understanding. I spent one year in Raleigh after l...
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I am math and physics major at the University of Virginia. I worked as a teaching assistant for a year and tutored students for more than a year. I am comfortable with students and try my best to help them understand difficult topics by breaking them down to a couple of simple but fundamental concepts.
Alexandria, VAView Tutor
...I wish to pass that on and hopeful help other people gain that love of knowledge.I am very qualified to teach Algebra I. I believe that I would be a good organic chemistry tutor because I have a solid understanding of the reactions and the mechanisms behind the reactions. I also understand that...
Washington, DCView Tutor
...My mother was a math teacher, and inspired and challenged me at an early age. In my 43-year career with NASA, I developed a broad range of technical skills, with emphasis on physics, engineering, and the supporting math. Outside of my work, I have always had relevant hobbies--ranging from math puzzles to the repair of antique radios.
Annapolis, MDView Tutor
...As a recently retired Aerospace Engineer with a Master's degree (MS) in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering (AAE, University of Illinois) I regularly had to apply virtually all levels of mathematics and physics, including precalculus and calculus in my everyday work and computer programming ...
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