...throughout my entire academic career, and I would best describe my tutoring style as one that adapts to each students' needs. For example, I have always tried to frame questions in a different way so that the student can better understand the question. Some students need visual representations of numbers and systems to understand them, and others benefit more by understanding the concepts behind each formula. I prefer to tutor in math and physics, and...
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...Cardinals, reading about them, or reading about baseball in general. The last of my main hobbies is calligraphy. I've always been interested in the way that letters look, and so I'm often learning new types of handwriting, and practicing on any scrap of paper that I can find. These hobbies are all connected by a love of intricacy and an attention to detail that is found through all levels of education, especially within mathematics. I...
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...I give you one corner, and it is for you to find the other three.-Confucius As a tutor it is my goal to not only teach my students the material they need to learn, but to better their core understanding of a subject and their methods of learning for the future. This way, they can continue to learn at an advanced level long after they no longer require the service of a tutor.
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...Naturally, questions from students are encouraged and valued during all of my sessions. I emphasize a strategy based approach to studying, and keep an updated list of strategies that my students are finding helpful. I prefer to test mastery of material via a role reversal in which I see if the student can teach me how to correctly solve problems and arrive at the correct answers. In my opinion, there is no better way to...
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...exams to pursue their higher education goals. I have always been a high-achieving student, and I was my high school's valedictorian, a National Merit Commended Scholar, and a Presidential Scholar Qualifier. I have over 3 years of mathematics tutoring experience with students in grades K-12, and I love to help students build confidence in analytical and applied mathematics at all levels, from simple addition to complex calculus. In my free time, I enjoy planning events...
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...different and so are their learning styles. It is my job as a one to one tutor to best explain difficult ideas in a way that allows the student to understand them clearly. Teaching and tutoring have always been passions of mine and for the past year I have been tutoring full-time and could not have enjoyed it more. The focus of my tutoring has been the Math and Science sections of ACT, the Math...
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...college, but ultimately my passion for helping others steered me towards a career in the field of medicine. In my free time, you can most often find me hanging out with friends, playing basketball, working out, or eating pizza. One of my favorite methods of helping others is teaching. As an older brother, I have been teaching in some forms throughout most of my life. In high school, most of my teaching experience came from...
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...a resource to help students struggling in math and science, as these subjects can be difficult to understand. I employ a variety of strategies including mnemonic devices, physical manipulatives, and drawings/diagrams to accommodate different learning styles. Typically, I have the students attempt to solve a problem and then ask leading questions whenever he/she gets stuck. If the questions are more conceptual in nature, I start with what the student knows and build upon that knowledge....
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...part of National Honor Society. My strong academic subject areas are math, particularly calculus, trigonometry, and algebra; although I do tutor up to all high school levels of math, computer science programming in Java, Python, or C, electrical engineering topics like circuitry or programming, and mechanical physics. I really enjoy helping other people out because my motto is "ancora imparo," or "I am always learning." So if I can always learn something, I wish to...
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...State University studying computer science engineering with a math minor. STEM education was very important to me in my own schooling and I believe every student should try to study STEM subjects. In teaching algebra, calculus, and physics, I like to go in depth with the material to ensure students really understand why the material works. There is a certain beauty in science and math and I encourage students to discover this for themselves.
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...Eventually, this lead me to a position as a TA and lab technician in Phys 406: Physics of Music Lab. In total, I have tutored for about 8 years. My favorite facet of tutoring is exploring the different ways in which students learn a topic. An explanation that resonates with 90% of students, may not clarify things for the other 10%. Part of being a good tutor requires me to identify many alternate routes to...
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...University in Nashville majoring in Mathematics and Psychology, and I specialize in tutoring students in mathematics. I worked at Mathnasium Math Learning Center in high school, where I tutored students ranging from 1st-12th grade, so I feel comfortable tutoring students of any age! I was homeschooled all through highschool, and like to use my experience of teaching myself to help other students become more independent in their own studies! I'm excited to hear from you...
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...prepare for careers in science and engineering. As a Tau Beta Pi graduate from an Ivy League university, I recognize that hard work and devotion to your studies will allow you to achieve your goals. I will work with each student to set appropriate learning targets whether s/he is looking to supplement school or learning to prepare for admission exams. As a father of two teenage boys, I understand the challenges that modern life places...
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Integrals

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Parametric vector functions

Sequences and series

Differential equations

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Recent Calculus 2 Tutoring Session Notes

We discussed problems involving application to integration. That was where we had to set up integrals representing the volume or area enclosed by several functions. On these problems, I gave the student a basic understanding of what to do when tackling those problems. After the session, he said that integration is now making a lot more sense and I was happy to see that he is learning from this tutoring session.

We went over the rest of the material in chapter 8 which was using more trig substitutions, partial fractions, L'Hopital's rule and finally improper integrals. By now she should be familiar with a ton of integration techniques.

Worked on approximating integrals with left, right, and middle approximations. He is completely competent in that now. Also reviewed more trig sub and partial fraction decomposition.

Improper integrals and applications of integrals including volume of integral around axes using washer and shell methods, work and averages in Statistics (Mean Value Theorem). She picked up the volume problems easily. She had obviously worked problems and just needed some insight into the setup. I sent some pages with worked examples from my textbook to assist her.

We used definite integrals to calculate volumes of solids that are rotationally symmetric. We calculated center of mass and various quantities from density functions. Homework was reviewed and various points from lecture notes were clarified.

We got to know each other somewhat, established a schedule, and went over what the course had covered so far. Then, we discussed what the student had recently learned about sequences and series, and worked through several practice problems.