...I can show what results one gets if one uses a base system other than our base system of 10. Modern computer systems rely heavily on a base system of 2. My formal education consists of a bachelor's degree in chemistry (more than 160 hours) from Case Institute of Technology and graduate courses in chemical engineering from Lamar State University.
Euless, TXView Tutor
...I have been a scientist at a national lab and a professor of physics. At UT Austin, I was honored with the Outstanding Physics Teaching Assistant Award. I was told my student teaching evaluations were "head and shoulders above everyone else's." I have been tutoring and teaching physics since 1971.
Dallas, TXView Tutor
...How can we look at a problem and think about different ways to arrive at an answer? However, tutoring can also be mentorship in many ways; it is not only about the translation of material and knowledge from yourself to your student, but it also heavily focuses on the cultivation of relationships...
Arlington, TXView Tutor
...I have been a mentor and corporate trainer for 10 years and I have been lucky enough to teach and tutor students at local junior colleges for 5+ years. Currently, I have a full time job as a corporate controller but really enjoy teaching. I think the best part is seeing the look on the face of ...
Fort Worth, TXView Tutor
...I love to teach and help my students learn unique ways to memorize and understand concepts. I have had plenty of experience with over 10 kids in addition to my younger siblings from elementary school onwards. We can meet at a Starbucks or library.
Plano, TXView Tutor