...Additionally, I have been a Teaching Assistant for General Chemistry I, General Chemistry II, and Organic Chemistry at Stanford University. I am quite flexible in my tutoring methods and enjoy finding new ways to approach problems in math and science, as these subjects can always been taught fro...
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...From classical Newtonian through relativity, energy to electromagnetism, I can make it clear--and I have the math background that's needed. I have worked with multiple versions of Microsoft Office through the years, but it's been Excel that I've focused on. In various jobs, I have automated Exc...
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...Student success is largely dependent upon study skills and understanding academic culture, such as knowing one is supposed to bug professors during office hours. Mastering courses such as chemistry and physics helps students develop these ?college survival? skills. About me: I received my PhD i...
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...I'm also happy to help with other types of enrichment learning including Robotics, Computer Aided Design, basic programming, and other engineering-related topics! I grew up in Michigan but came out to California to study at Stanford University where I received my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. My background in engineering gives me a strong fundamental understanding of math concepts.
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...Since graduating, I have been working as an acoustic consultant in the Bay Area and tutoring college students in physics and engineering courses. Every student learns in differently, and it's important to find out what combination of teaching styles is most effective for each student. I adjust my methods accordingly to meet each individuals needs.
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