Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in University Park, TX
Brett ...that even Law & Order writers couldn't come up with in their wildest dreams. My position has also given me the flexibility to be available weeknights and weekends, which I took advantage of for 2 years while attending culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu. I feel most comfortable working with students in high school or beyond with my main areas of focus being LSAT preparation, English, grammar, and essay writing. My friends and family come...
University of Notre Dame - Bachelor of Arts, Government/Philsophy
SMU Dedman School of Law - Juris Doctor, Law
Michael ...has always brought me the greatest joy in life. Through my years working as a tutor, I have found that "all work and no play" makes students tired and yields to difficulty with focus. I overcome this by rewarding positive progress with fun sessions, game days, trivia, or a reward to encourage determination and reinforce students' resolve. When I am not tutoring, I enjoy reading, playing paintball, and am an avid gamer.
Collin County Community College District - AS, Computer Science and Statistics
University of Texas at Dallas - BS, Computer Science and Statistics
Tandy ...tests, such as state standardized tests, SAT tests and ACT tests. I currently hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Secondary Math and a Master of Science degree in Educational Technology. I often tell my students, “If you are not part of the solution, then you are part of the problem”, as I push them toward seeing themselves as the catalyst for change within themselves and the world that surrounds them. This quote echoes my...
Union Institute & University - Bachelors, Secondary Math Education
Dolly ...for about 4 years, and I feel proud when I see them achieve their goal. I strongly believe one should have a solid fundamentals of the basic stuff to be more sucessfull and to understand more complicated stuff, and hence i make sure the person who i am tutoring understands the basics and fundamental very clearly.I love to teach/tutor in a fun way to make sure the student remains interested in the subject.
UTD - BS, Computer Science
UTD - MS, Computer Science
Hemali ...universities, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, in the field of Aviation, I am confident that I've acquired the knowledge and confidence required to mentor those who need help in the field of Mathematics and Computer Science. I believe in trying to understand a human mind and starting a conversation or presenting a solution based upon the best method which would help enhance the learning ability of a student. I have experience tutoring/mentoring students from Grade 4 to...
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Daytona Beach - BS, Aerospace Engineering
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Daytona Beach - MS, Human Factors and Systems
Fahd ...I can can back up my academic knowledge with extensive industry experience. However I haven't lost touch with teaching as I'm still called upon by friends for consultation about software engineering and design concepts. I'm computer enthusiast enjoys tinkering with hardware and software in my spare time and am pretty confident in my computer science teaching abilities. And since math goes hand in hand with computers, I'm well versed in math subjects as well.... Teaching should be as much about learning as it is about imparting knowledge. I believe it is important to learn about the difficulties every individual student faces in order to teach them most effectively. Only then can teaching be both fun and engaging.
NUCES Pakistan - BS, Computer Sciences
University of Texas at Arlington - MS, Computer Sciences
Muhammad Salik ...with great results with 98th percentile grades from my students in the Math and Reading section of the SAT & ACT. As an Electrical Engineering major, I had to be very grounded in math subjects, my mathematics foundation and applications allow me to be a very versatile tutor, breaking down the subject into easy to understand modules. As a result, I am very comfortable and confident in not only tutoring them but doing so at...
The University of Texas at Dallas - Current Undergrad, Electrical Engineering
Caine ...and I am an eighteen year old freshman at the University of Dallas. I am majoring in computer science, and I am a member of the cross country and track teams. I graduated from Frisco Lone Star High School in June 2015 with a 3.76 GPA and cum laude honors (meaning top 1/3 of my class) in my class of 325 students. I feel as though I make a great tutor with my academic background,...
University of Dallas - Current Undergrad, Computer Science
Ian ...math to apply to business school. I find it really rewarding helping students understand concepts they may be struggling with so that they can fully understand and master an idea to apply it in different ways. People I have tutored describe me as encouraging, patient, and highly effective at zeroing in on key barriers to understanding. In my spare time I really enjoy working with and learning about virtual reality, as well as playing chess...
University of California-Berkeley - Bachelors, Applied Math and Computer Science
Mike ...to me, as well as those that I relate with on a professional level. My goal is to continue building this understanding of others, by facilitating my self awareness abilities and empathic approach. Over my professional career, I have been fortunate to see and learn many things, both domestically and internationally; which has given me the opportunity to pass those learnings to other individuals, which is what brings me here as a tutor.... To understand first the student's "style of learning." Each individual has their unique way of obtaining information, whether visual or hands-on. This allows the connection to be established first, and that then provides the "bridge" for that knowledge transfer.
DeVry Institute of Technology - Bachelors, Business Administration
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management-Illinois - Masters, MBA