### Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Akron, NY

Jennifer ...the University of Rochester with a Bachelor's in English and Anthropology and with a Master's in Teaching and Curriculum. Tutoring is a life-long passion of mine. I started tutoring as a high school student and have not stopped since. It is what led to my current career as an English teacher of middle and high school students. I enjoy the challenge of working with students and figuring out what about a subject puzzles them or...

University of Rochester - BA, English, Anthropology

University of Rochester - MS, Teaching and Curriculum

Phillip I develop relationships with the students I tutor. I believe the most crucial component to successfully achieve goals is trust. More importantly, I believe everyone is able to learn all content and it is my personal mission to educate others.... I firmly believe all material is conquerable. If instruction is fun, informative, rigorous, and applicable to the student's life, he or she will excel.... Session one is very important. This is where expectations are established. Goals are marked. And most importantly, communication and trust is developed.

SUNY College at Buffalo - Current Undergrad, Mathematics Education, Computer Information Systems

Nick ...a student understands a topic when they are both able to discuss its implications as well as solve numerical problems. Math and physics are some of my favorite subjects to tutor. Getting to talk about the first principles that lead to all of the amazing engineering I love is incredibly enjoyable for me. Outside of my academic pursuits I am an avid cyclist, rock-climber, ice-climber and hiker. I also enjoy photography, programing robotics and gardening....

University at Buffalo - Current Undergrad, Aerospace Engineering

Purdue University-Main Campus - Masters, Aerospace Engineering

Lite ...that you share as a teacher, and the student can always share it with someone else. As a student at UTBM in France (semester abroad), I used my language skills to help my fellow international students navigate the city we lived in, communicate with other students and teachers, and achieve their academic goals. At the same time, I helped my fellow French students understand the relationship of integration with area under or above a function...

State University of New York at Buffalo - Bachelors, Romance Languages - French

Jeremy ...and Physics, am very comfortable in math from Pre-Algebra all the way through Calculus I, and have gathered some great insight about the sort of writing that is expected from America's top universities. I love learning of all sorts, and hope to be able to share some of that passion this summer! When I'm not preparing for classes, I enjoy reading the classics, learning new programming languages, and exploring the two wonderful cities I'm so...

Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Computer Science

Christopher ...that, when I was in school I would regularly be tutoring other students. I also spent hours and hours tutoring others over the Internet. For me teaching is an adventure. Everyone has different perspectives, and when you are teaching you have to be able to both provide a new perspective and to understand (so as to enlarge) someone else's perspective. In my non-teaching time, I am interested in Physics and Mathematics and working out practical...

Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics

Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics

Nick ...with practice and confidence, a student can master anything they want. As a tutor, I have a passion for helping students overcome initial mental hurdles and progress. This requires having some fun with the material as a motive for practice, and with practice comes confidence. At Carleton College, where I received a B.A in Mathematics, I tutored students in Math, led introductory Spanish classes as a TA, and taught Rock Climbing classes as a hobby....

Carleton College - BA, Mathematics

Chantal ...I also enjoy the arts and visit the museums, concerts, and the theater. Musically, I play the violin and tinker with the piano. I also make sure that I have time to just relax and read a good book or spend some time in from of the TV. I believe in living a well balanced life. In order to maintain a good life, I spend a great deal of time in the outdoors walking my...

SUNY Oswego - BA, French - Computer Science

University at Albany - MBA, Business

Love ...got the chance to teach students. I believe that teaching requires a lot of hard work and effort as it is very important for the teacher to look at things from the student's perspective. I absolutely love teaching Mathematics and I feel proud to share that most of my students have become Math's wizards even though they didn't like the subject earlier. My teaching pedagogy involves innovative hands-on exercises and discussions designed to foster creativity...

DIT - B Tech, Computer Science

Kelley School of Business - MS, Information Systems

Alex With a background in Economics, I recently received my MS from Stanford University. With a special emphasis on optimal test taking strategies, I strive to maximize test scores and grades. I have extensive experience tutoring GRE Math, SAT I Math, SAT II Math (Levels 1 and 2), ACT, AP Calculus, AP Statistics, and several other related subjects.

The Colorado College - BA, Economics

Stanford University - MS, Symbolic Systems