...This is my way of paying it forward all the tutoring and advice I received as an undergraduate during my tenure in as a Ronald E. McNair Scholar, which was undoubtedly the program that changed my academic career path towards the doctorate degree and helped me get where I am today. APPROACH TO TUTORING: There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to learning.
Richmond, CAView Tutor
...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! In college, I took und...
Oakland, CAView Tutor
I am a recently graduated Berkeley student who majored in Physics. I've been tutoring at a college level over the summer and before that I worked at a local Boys and Girls Club as well as having recently qualified for high school teaching/subbing. The pursuit of knowledge is the great driving force of my life and I am inclined to do as much as I can to share as I can.
Berkeley, CAView Tutor
...We'll spend an hour or two each week working and playing with math concepts, discussing mathematical principles, and focusing on any uncertainties or difficulties that you are having. There will be an emphasis on having fun, so puzzles and games, and real-world problems, will be used as instruction tools. No homework will be assigned.
San Rafael, CAView Tutor
...One last thing - I don't drive, and just rely on biking. I do bike 20-30 miles a day, and am willing to bike about 5 miles for tutoring. I often can meet at a library or something part way if you live farther away.
Belvedere Tiburon, CAView Tutor