Award-Winning Calculus Tutors in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, NY
Cassandra ...University at Albany majoring in Actuarial and Mathematical Sciences with a minor in Economics. I was actually in seventh grade when I decided on the Actuarial Science major, and my passion hasn't changed since! I love math and I love to teach it! Fun Fact About Me: I also love music, and I play the...
University at Albany - Current Undergrad, Actuarial & Mathematical Sciences
Virginia ...my teaching experiences, I have found great joy in watching both kids and adults grow and excel as students. I have had experience teaching violin, Chinese, English, swimming, writing, and cell biology, and I'm very excited to expand this list. By continuing to encourage and guide the students, I believe that they will become even...
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Current Undergrad, Biology
Colm ...have a good time. I have a fairly laid back approach to tutoring, with first establishing a baseline with each student and then working to improve the student overall, with focusing on the critical points first. I am most interested in tutoring technical subjects (math or sciences) or preparing for exams. I have taken the...
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Bachelors, Materials Engineering
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Masters, Materials Engineering
Barber ...the Andover High School Math Team during my Junior and Senior years of high school. I enjoyed helping my fellow students prepare for math competitions. I search for gaps in understanding and then I try to fill them by explaining and using examples. In my spare time, I enjoy sports, board games, and magic tricks.
University of California-Berkeley - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
Ashia I am currently a student at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. I have successfully completed my first professional year and will return this fall to complete the second year of the program. In May of 2015...... Not everyone learns the same way. There often is more than one path or perspective to the right answer.
Sacred Heart University - Bachelors, Biology
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - Current Grad Student, PharmD
Sebastian ...kids do well in school and improve their learning and studying skills. I reached my goal of going to a top engineering school because of all the help I received while growing up, and I now want to return the favor and help students reach their academic goals and feel proud of their achievements.... Every student is different, so I like to find the proper learning/teaching style and incorporate it to convey topics as well as possible. Reciprocal communication is also key; students should feel comfortable to stop me and ask me questions!
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Current Undergrad, Biomedical Engineering
Meghan ...reading. I also taught at the National Building Museum as a museum teacher. Since graduating from my masters program I have worked in various DC museums doing public programming. My tutoring ranges from history, both US and world, English, writing, and grammar to elementary and middle school math and Algebra 1 and 2. I love...
George Washington University - BA, History
George Washington University - MA, Museum Studies
April ...English), and being a tutor for a scientific writing class, in which I led workshops and gave students feedback on their papers. When working with students, I think that patience, dedication, and understanding are essential. I know how stressful and frustrating it can be as a student to struggle with a concept, and having someone...
Siena College - Bachelors, Biology
Eric ...a 4.0 math GPA in earning my BE. I have over 10 years of leadership and mentoring experience while serving in the US Navy which has given me the ability to cater to a wide spectrum of students. I am extremely patient and am always seeking new ways to approach the subject matter.... My recipe for success is to assess, motivate, and guide students to achieve their goals in mathematics.
SUNY Maritime College - BS, Mechanical Engineering
Elisabeth ...them when a tutor or teacher is not available, and how to employ those resources. I think it is vital that I help students figure out the best way for them to learn. Every individual is different and I see it as my role to teach study skills that can be accessed during the entirety...
The University of Vermont - Bachelors, Psychology
SUNY at Albany - PhD, Clinical Psychology