Brian Scaramella graduated from Cornell University in 2018 with majors in both Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Computer Science (CS). At Cornell Brian gained valuable teaching experience. He facilitated Academic Excellence Workshops for Multivariable Calculus and Differential Equations courses. The AEWs required Brian to plan lectures, create practice problems, and help students in group and individual settings. Brian was also a TA for Cornell's Operating Systems course in which he held office hours and assisted students with the course.
I am finishing up my last year at the University of Arizona pursuing my BA in Law. I have experience tutoring math, economics, chemistry, English, and French. Must cancel at least 2 hours in advance.
Hello! I'm Sophia and I am currently a student at the University of Arizona Honors College, as well as a graduate from University High School. I have 5 years of tutoring experience ranging from elementary school to high school, and I have greatly enjoyed being able to help students gain a better understanding of subjects and areas they struggle with! I believe in adapting to students' learning styles with each session in order to truly engage them with the ... See more
I am a certified teacher with 15 years of classroom teaching experience in middle and high school. I think the most important part of my teaching practice is developing a great relationship with my students so that they trust me. Fear (rather than difficulty) is definitely the biggest challenge with learning math and being comfortable making mistakes in front of your teacher is the first step to getting better! I am patient, flexible, and a creative thinker who enjoys working ... See more
I earned bachelor's and master's degrees in aerospace engineering in 2010 and 2019, respectively, and spent the intervening years as a management consultant. I have also worked as a mathematics instructor, private math & english tutor, and design engineer for a Battlebot engineering team.
My engineering background and consulting experience have honed my ability to break down complex ideas into manageable parts, allowing me to clearly express them to any audience. As a tutor, this helps me improve students' ... See more
I freelance in tutoring others in statistics and mathematics. I also pursue research in data science and systems engineering applications to everyday problems.
I have logged over 330 hours tutoring this year, helping many students in high school math, calculus 1-3, statistics, machine learning and quantitative methods for business management.
In the past, I have held positions over 39 years as a systems engineer, studying the behavior and performance of man-made systems using models, simulations and data analysis. ... See more
I consider myself to be curious and ambitious. I am currently pursuing a double major in math and computer science at the University of Arizona. I maintain a high GPA (4.00) and have won various academic awards, including the University of Arizona Global Excellence Award. I am fluent in English and Persian, and I'm currently looking for mathematics, test prep (SAT, ACT, Mathematics Olympiad) and programming tutoring offers.
Hello! My name is Christopher Hixon. I am currently an Assistant Principal at a large (3,500 students) High School in Southern Arizona. I have 15 years in public education with a wide range of experiences. Formerly, I was a Sign Language Interpreter, working heavily with our Special Education Department before becoming a Math and Sign Language teacher. After that, I worked in Curriculum Design for a large school district before becoming an Assistant Principal.
Female Student Currently working towards completing a BS in neuroscience and cognitive science and a BA in law at the UA Honors College. Happy to help with any of my subject areas and can do a quick turn around with papers that need editing.
I'm a third year student at the University of Arizona's College of Engineering. The majority of my tutoring experience is in math with K-12 students, but I have some experience tutoring high school physics and some basic computer programming too.
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To be sufficient in a subject is to be able to perform the problems assigned to you. To be proficient in a subject is to be able to perform any problem that could be assigned to you, or at least tackle them adequately. In our fast-paced society, more times than not, students are educated just to be sufficient in a subject. My intent as a tutor is to educate a student to master that subject -- to be proficient in ... See more
I have over 15 year tutoring with thousands of hours logged teaching Math at all levels from Middle School to Grad School. I have significant experience working with students who have taken Algebra, Precalculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Probability and Statistics. I have also work with students in more advanced courses.
I have experience working with AP students and am quite comfortable using the TI-83/84 calculator, as well and many math software packages such as StatCrunch. I also have ... See more
My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics abilities. After graduation, I was presented with the opportunity to join a network of USC alumni providing tutoring services to the surrounding community. Through this network, I began tutoring elementary and middle school students in their homes, gaining more subject experience and acquiring a ... See more
I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native language it's Spanish. I started tutoring when I was on my third year of college back in El Salvador. My dad (who's also a physicist) worked as a teacher for 40 years, I dare to say I inherited my passion for ... See more
I attended the University of California, Riverside earning a BS in Microbiology. Furthermore, I am a recent graduate of Boston University earning an MS in Oral Biology. At UCR I had the privilege of conducting undergraduate research and receiving two USDA grants.
I have been tutoring students since high school and have worked with students of various age groups (ranging from 1st grade up to college). My tutoring specialties are in the fields of mathematics and sciences. Throughout my educational ... See more
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