...But then I take them back to the beginning, find out what they missed learning, and correct that. Math is like building a brick wall, each layer relies on a solid foundation. If you didn't learn fractions or the multiplication table, you're never going to get through Algebra.
Alameda, CAView Tutor
...As a physicist, I am especially well prepared to help students with such physics-based problems. It is often necessary to brush up on arithmetic and algebra while concurrently working on geometry. I do such review on an as-needed basis.
San Mateo, CAView Tutor
...Pre-Calculus is a wonderful bridge between Algebraic concepts and Calculus applications. Much of this course requires the use of a calculator with trigonometric functions. This course also continues where Geometry left off by providing a new twist on proofs.
Mill Valley, CAView Tutor
...Since then, I've expanded my toolkit to include C, PHP, and Python. In a formal setting, I've taught basic C for Arduino programming through Workshop Weekend and the Crucible in Oakland. Programming is fun -- it doesn't matter what language you get started in; all that matters is that you're working on a project that deeply interests you!
Oakland, CAView Tutor
...In order to guide students, I have notes and worksheets organized by topic on my website. My AP students solve practice questions from previous exams created by CollegeBoard on each topic. AP chemistry is usually an easier course to approach due to the plethora of information available online and the types of questions on the test administered by CollegeBoard.
Sunnyvale, CAView Tutor