Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors for Youngstown, OH
Srdjan I am a Georgia Tech graduate in Electrical Engineering. I am able to tutor advanced math and physics for high school students and beyond.
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Electrical Engineering
Philip ...Louis (WashU). I study electrical engineering and computer software engineering.Tutoring is an extremely important part of the learning process. Very rarely do the best students have the easiest time learning material in a classroom setting. My personal experience over the years tutoring students (and having been tutored as well) has made me a firm believer that students who struggle the most inside the classroom thrive the most and possess the most potential for learning outside...
Washington University in St Louis - BS/MS, Electrical Engineering
Larry I first became interested in computers and information technology at an early age. Fortunately I have been able to continue a long career in information systems development. This career has provided me with ample experience in competently teaching fellow co-workers some of the key technical fundamentals needed to perform their jobs effectively. It has also given me real world examples that can be used to help students understand the application of this technology.
Purdue University-Main Campus - Bachelors, BS, Civil Engineering, Purdue University, 1968
Tomás ...about teaching and am a firm believer that math and science can only be understood when they are made fun and intuitive. The most rewarding experience as a tutor for me is awakening the curiosity of a student, which is why I try to constantly incorporate real life examples into my teaching. I can teach Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, and Spanish at any level, but I have more experience teaching advanced classes. In my spare...
Universidad Simon Bolivar - BS, Applied Mathematics
University of California-Santa Barbara - PhD, Mathematics
Anthony ...firm believer that different students learn in different ways. As a tutor, I believe it is my responsibility to develop a process specific to a student's strengths and weaknesses. My academic successes stem from my work ethic and creativity. I bring the same work ethic and creativity when I tutor. My skill set allows me to develop computer programs optimized to a student's learning objectives. I possess excellent communication skills (high school national debater). Most...
Swarthmore College - BA, Economics
Brandeis University - MS, Software Engineering
Aidan I'm a CS student at UMass. Programming is something I first started learning in high school, and right now I'm working towards a Bachelor degree. When it comes to education, I understand that everyone learns differently, and it's not just about memorization. When you're learning about programming and computer science, my goal is for you to understand concepts, and not to only have to memorize code.
University of Massachusetts-Boston - Current Undergrad, Computer Science
William ...engineering), I had to take a lot of extra math courses to get into CMU. While I was taking my prerequisite courses to get into graduate school, I worked part-time as a tutor for Upward Bound. My favorite subjects to tutor are math, physics, chemistry and biology. I firmly believe that in order for a class to be interesting, the teacher must be passionate about the subject. I’m very passionate about the natural sciences, mathematics...
University of Vermont - Bachelor of Science, Environmental Science
Carnegie Mellon Uniersity - Master of Science, Civil & Environmental Engineering
Justin ...and the lively mind of the student. In addition to my own tutoring practice, I've also been director of a non-profit tutoring center. Under my administration we tracked students' scores and attained the highest average grade increase in the program's history. By guiding other tutors and consulting students for feedback on their experience, I got a very keen sense of what works and what doesn't. In tutoring, I focus on results, but not to exclusion....
University of Florida - BS, Journalism, English Minor
Graduate Center at CUNY - MS, Computational Linguistics
Jason ...from Calc I, Calc II, Calc III (which also tie into AP Calculus AB and BC), Physics I, Physics II, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra among other variations of math. Out of these I would say I enjoy teaching Physics because it is challenging but also gives me insight into how everyday actions work such as falling, throwing, electricity, magnetism etc. This subject is applicable to the real world -- it's much harder to ask...
CUNY City College - BE, Electrical Engineering
Spencer ...Physical Sciences. Throughout my undergraduate career, I was fortunate enough to participate in several research-oriented internships in New York and Maryland. These allowed me to gain invaluable experience and apply my knowledge to real-life applications. In addition, I have experience tutoring fellow classmates in courses such as physics, probability/statistics, and linear algebra; however, my favorite subject to teach is calculus and I've found it to be the most challenging to learn. My philosophy of teaching...
Stony Brook University - BS, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (Physics Concentration)