### Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors for Los Lunas, NM

Gabriela ...Nova Southeastern University currently pursuing my Bachelor's Degree in computer engineering, as well as a minor in math and computer security. Throughout my college experience, I have tutored high school and undergraduate students in various math, engineering, and computer science related subjects through Nova's NOMATICS (math) club and technology lab. Although I love teaching several...

Nova Southeastern University - BS, Computer Engineering

Youngsoo ...focus on the subject at hand. I believe that communication is key, and like to work WITH the student, answering any questions and teaching tips and tricks to make the subject easier. Each person starts out with a different level of understanding of a subject. But there's nothing that inspires me more than seeing someone...

Housatonic Community College - AS, Business Administration

Chris ...the answer on their own. Math builds upon itself, so I like to reinforce their knowledge of the material as we progress through the subject. Learning Math requires quite a bit of repetition in order to remember how to solve certain problems. I recommend that my students work through similar problems on their own in...

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott - BS, Electrical Engineering

Nathan ...than focusing on ultra-specific details. I think it is more important for the students I work with to have the ability to think outside the box and the confidence to approach problems in new ways that others may not have tried previously. In my free time I enjoy working on various electronic hardware and software...

UC Davis - BS, Computer Science & Engineering

Lawrence My tutoring experience ranges from teaching a mid-20s Bloomberg employee how to program in Python to helping fellow MIT computer science undergraduates understand the more thorny minutiae of digital system design. I spend most of my free time programming, reading about transportation and politics, and playing softball most summer weekends.

Joel ...student I need to observe and listen to them just as much they need to listen to me. Only then can I see what they need help understanding and how best to approach explaining it to them by building on their strengths. I think it’s important to allow students time to think about problems and...

Cornell University - Current Undergrad, Physics

Andy ...on presenting material in a number of ways to accommodate all learning styles and making material relevant to the student. Helping students overcome the anxieties that so often accompany learning Math at the earliest and most crucial stages means helping students think about the material in a way that is meaningful to them and teaching...

Suffolk University - BS, Computer Science

Sam ...a Master's in Mathematics at UIC. As a teaching assistant at UIC, I spent years leading problem solving sessions in algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. I have also spent hundreds of hours working at UIC's Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center, a free tutoring center for all UIC students. I have also been tutoring privately for six...

Carnegie Mellon University - Bachelors, Mathematics

University of Illinois at Chicago - Masters, Mathematics

Jeff ...Princeton University, I've had significant experience with a vast array of subjects in both learning and teaching roles. I started tutoring in high school and have been hooked ever since! I enjoy helping others succeed in any way I can. After spending a few years helping students in my hometown prepare for the SAT, I've...

Princeton University - BA, Molecular Biology

Mack ...the Community College of Allegheny County and am soon transferring to the University of Pittsburgh to finish a degree in Statistics. I currently work as a self-taught computer programmer, and am using the same love of learning that gave me this job to help other students. In 2009, I began tutoring three students who were...

Community College of Allegheny County - Associates, Science/Mathematics