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I’m a PhD Scientist/Educator who loves literature and languages. I’ve worked as a Senior Scientist in the biotech industry, but most of my background has been university-level teaching. I’ve taught biology, chemistry, math, geology and astronomy. I have a certificate to teach English as a foreign language with a specialization in online teaching. For the last year and a half I have taught Italian-speaking children English via Zoom.
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I am Michael Aylesworth, a retired engineer/entrepreneur and a High School Math and Science Teacher. I have a Master of Arts in Teaching degree which gives me a keen approach to instruction. I am a certified and teacher in Washington with endorsements in Physics, Mathematics, and Earth and Space Science. My Bachelor of Science in General Science and Associates in Science serve to highlight my broad base in Biology and Chemistry, and my primary focus of Mechanical Engineering culminated ... See more
I love what I teach, and I have a passion for helping my students. Math is more than a subject for me, it is part of my identity, and I believe it can become the case for every student I am helping. I want to make sure that the students I am working with will be able to solve similar problems by themselves. I share tips and hints that made me successful so that my students can be successful as ... See more
What type of bear dissolves in water? A polar bear!
Now that I have your attention, let me introduce myself. I hold a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry, for which I had to take many hours of chemistry, math, and physics classes. In addition, I have a Masters of Science in Cancer Research, and I have extensive knowledge of micro- and molecular biology. I am comfortable teaching a wide variety of chemistry, math, and biology lessons, and I look forward ... See more
I graduated with the highest GPA out of all of the Physics majors for my year, and nearly every elective I took was in pure Math, to the point that I was only one computer science class away from dual majoring in Math. I worked for my university's Math Center as an undergraduate, tutoring everything from introductory chemistry to advanced linear algebra and analysis, and I have tutored several students on my own in various subjects, as well. My ... See more
Hi, I’m Sophia Robinson! I’m a Bay Area native but I ended up at UW for college and now I can’t get myself to leave Seattle, I just love it too much!
I graduated from the #51 nationally ranked high school with a 3.8 GPA, and scored a 30 on the ACT (95th percentile).
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I have a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Pomona College. My liberal arts education gave me a rigorous foundation in writing and critical thinking, along with my math expertise. I have taken graduate coursework in educational psychology, and have experience teaching and tutoring students as young as 5 years old and as old as 75. It's never too early or late to acquire new knowledge! My tutoring experience has ranged across subjects from mathematics, chemistry, writing, test prep, ... See more
I am a multidisciplinary tutor in math and sciences, specializing in computational biology and machine learning. I have a bachelor's degree and a PhD from Harvard in biology, and am currently a postdoctoral research associate at University of Washington in Seattle. Please see my website (juewang.strikingly.com) for more information on my professional and scientific expertise.
Since my work involves a mix of computer science (machine learning in particular), math, physics, chemistry, and biology day-to-day, and ... See more
I have recently graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelors in Linguistics and a minor in Math and Applied Math and over a year working as a tutor, grader, and assistant for middle and high school math. I'm especially able to help with exams and am familiar with the content of AP level tests. I also have an understanding of fundamentals, so I can also work with specific difficult concepts and hope to help them make sense ... See more
Hi! My name is Meredith and I am currently a sophomore at the University of Washington studying Biochemistry. I am passionate about teaching and love working with students. I primarily tutor for algebra, precalculus, and basic sciences but can also work with students on whatever they may need. I also offer virtual tutoring for ease and accessability. I hope you'll consider me for your student's needs. Thank you!
I am a UW graduate of Earth and Space Sciences: Environmental B.S. (AKA Geology) with Departmental Honors. I have 5+ years of babysitting experience, spent one amazing summer as an inspirational Head Camp Counselor and Certified Lifeguard, and worked over a year in a professional teaching role. I aspire to help you succeed in whatever material you are learning in a fun and encouraging manner!
I have a Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering from Duke University. Coupled with more than 7 years of tutoring, I make an excellent tutor for an array of academic disciplines. I specialize in technical subjects and guarantee A+ grades in your assignments, essays, lab reports, assessment tests, and homework. Hire me now!
I am a University of Washington graduate who has been working with youth since early 2020. I have a degree in Psychology and have extensive experience with STEM and in English. For fun, I am part of a film production company and make short films.
Hi student. I can help you with math. I too was recently a student and I know the struggle. I made it through and can help you make it through too. I've been tutoring math for over five years and have paid my way through college by doing so. I've gotten pretty good at it. My students have been of all ages; the youngest being about 7 years old and the oldest being nearly 60. I'm well ... See more
A well experienced tutor since collage. More of 'lets work this together' than 'here is the answer' Mathematics and computer science related i.e java, data structures, Software Development preferred.
Whether you're looking to catch up or get ahead, I want you to have great problem solving tools.
If you're looking for a subject matter tune-up, I can work with you to:
- identify missing pieces
- connect new concepts
- break down techniques
- prioritize short term study goals
If you're looking for some big picture help, I'm here to help you:
- find new ways to learn new stuff
- find habits that work with your life
- adjust and ... See more
Hi! I'm a Physics teacher who has also taught and tutored Chemistry, Biology, and Math (Algebra through Calculus). I've been teaching for 5 years, and been tutoring since I was in high school (it was called peer tutoring back then). I just finished a MA at Teachers College in Columbia University and I have Physics and Education degrees from Washington University in St. Louis.
I care about the whole student: my teaching and tutoring often goes beyond the ... See more
Patient and willing to help out students from all grade levels. I hold a bachelors degree in Financial Mathematics and have worked with students from grade 6 through college over the past 6 years of my tutoring career. SAT Math Tutor/ College Tutor specializing in College Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calc for 3 years. Recipient of Robert Shannon McElwain Prize- Mathematics.
I would love to mainly help students with algebra, pre-calculus, and Java concepts. But I am also open to anything related to those topics as I have been a tutor before and am a problem solver.