# Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Malibu, CA

Ann ...own specific skill sets and challenges, and it is exciting to integrate these different content areas within a lesson. I have experience with many students with special needs, including gifted students, students with English as a second language, and students with visual or auditory deficits. I enjoy interacting with new students, developing a rapport with them, and working to meet their particular needs in specific content areas. I am very passionate about education and delivering...

California Institute of Technology - BS, Planetary Science

University of Phoenix - MA Ed, Secondary Education

Mark ...fundamentals behind it. I have experience in teaching shortcuts to make math easier, and have the ability to relate math to other topics to make it more understandable. I have tutored students from the elementary level all the way up to college level, and have helped the people I tutor turn their grades around. My goal is to make sure that you not just understand math, but it is enjoyable and easier for your to...

JonLuca ...at a homeless shelter in downtown LA, managing online communities (I moderate a community with over 5 million subscribers!) and reading. I'm originally from Italy, and moved to the United States in 2014. My mother is a teacher and my father was a postal worker. I wrote a paper at MIT in Boston, and am now studying Computer Science and Data Algorithms at USC. I hope I can help other students with their pursuit of...

University of Southern California - Current Undergrad, Physics/Computer Science

Aram ...Angeles Unified School District in a No Child Left Behind program for underperforming student grades 2 through 12. I'm also a substitute teacher in Los Angeles. I have passed all the required tests to become a high school math teacher and I'm currently in a comprehensive graduate program that will award a teaching credential and a Master's Degree in Education. I'm comfortable tutoring all high school math subjects, but love tutoring trigonometry the most because...

California State University-Los Angeles - BS, Computer Science

Jingna ...large variety of subjects. My area of expertise includes but is not limited to: math, computer science, psychology, and Mandarin. As a psychology major, I am knowledgeable and well-read on the subject matter. My experience tutoring with middle school and high school students in math have kept me on my toes in Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus. Through computer science courses and a myriad of programming projects, I know the ins and outs...

University of California-Berkeley - BA, Cognitive Science and Psychology

Mason ...clients struggling to grasp abstract mathematical and physical concepts, as I am predominantly a visual and hands-on learner myself. Consequently, I find the most rewarding aspect of tutoring to be helping and allowing clients to connect "textbook" science to the real world, making the material more intuitive, relatable, and (dare I say) fun. In my spare time, I enjoy competitive Magic: the Gathering and poker, recreational mathematics and cryptography, and vegan cooking.

Philip ...worked with a myriad of student grade levels and subjects, from 5th grade math to college chemistry. I have a passion for teaching that may only be rivaled by my passion for learning, and I pride myself on being able to identify and adapt to my students learning styles. Currently I am accepting new students in the follow subject areas; Computer Science (all subjects), Algebra, Pre-Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry, Psychology, Chemistry and AP Chemistry.

University of California-San Diego - B.S., Cognitive Neuropsychology

Brian I am a Computer Science major at UCSB. As a tutor, I care most about whether or not my students understand that material being taught. I understand that different students learn in different ways. And I do my best to find the methods that work for my students.

University of California-Santa Barbara - Current Undergrad, Computer Science

Shilpa ...(not to mention coax the best out of my students). For me, it's also a way to pay it forward. I've had some incredible teachers in the past and they changed my life for the better. I want to help do the same. On a side note, I'm also working on my GMAT's to enter grad-school in 2017 so I am constantly sharpening my knowledge. I hope that through this medium, I can continue to...

The Art Institute of California-San Francisco - BS, Media Arts And Science

Kenneth ...name is Kenneth Gunderson and I am a graduate of California State University Northridge. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics as well as a Teaching Credential in Mathematics. I enjoy mathematics and teaching mathematics. I use a combination of discovery and example based teaching in my classroom, and I apply similar teaching practices to tutoring. I try to connect mathematics to real-world examples and scenarios, which helps students see the importance and relevance of...

California State University, Nortridge - BA, Mathematics-Teaching