Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Castle Rock, CO
Benjamin ...team at CSM. I began to enjoy math, science, and physics when I was high school. I believe this happened because I had an amazing teacher that helped inspire me to learn math and physics. It is important as a tutor and teacher to explain and teach material; however, I believe it is crucial for the tutor to help inspire a student to learn. Change the overall outlook of a class from a chore, to...
Colorado School of Mines - BS, Mechanical Engineering
Johnny ...college. Growing up as the second oldest in a family of ten meant I was always there to help my younger siblings and cousins with their homework and test studies, and when my social circle expanded beyond my family and I started helping friends with their work as well, I realized I could help even more people by offering my services. From the first students I taught to my most recent, helping someone understand something...
Metro State University of Denver - Current Undergrad, Physics
Kyle ...learner. It is important to me to create a focused yet enjoyable learning environment for the student so that I can learn where he or she is struggling and best help them understand and retain the material. I have significant experience working with students in both home and school settings, one-on-one, and in groups. Every tutoring opportunity is a learning experience for both the student and myself, and I look forward to helping more students...
University of Rhode Island - BA, Mathematics; Computer Science (Minors in Education; Business)
Brad I received my Bachelor's in Computer Science from MIT, and am passionate about helping others! Learning has always come easy to me, and it's something I want to pass on to those around me. I was also the Valedictorian of my high school in colorado and was a top10 all-purpose football player at MIT. Everybody learns differently, and I want to help you achieve your goals!
MIT - Bachelors, Computer Science and Engineering
Ross ...math and robotics for more than 10 years, in conjunction with over 20 years of programming and software QA. I love helping people find new ways of looking at problems to reveal solutions. My aptitude for math, programming and robotics stems from my true passion for music, especially music theory. I find that I'm not alone - that many of my technical colleagues share my musical leanings. Let me help you look at those tricky...
University of Colorado Denver - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering
University of Colorado Denver - Masters, Master of Science in Information Systems
Joseph I acquired a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Philosophy at MSU Denver. During my time as a student, I tutored MSU Denver's diverse population in Math, English, and Philosophy. Doing so has made me a versatile and patient tutor. My favorite subject to tutor is Logic. A few of my favorite things are illustrating, strategy based games, and concise writing.... Conduct introductions, determine student's goals, and begin to review the material.... I help the student develop good habits, and typically ask them what the next step in a problem is before telling them.
Metropolitan State University of Denver - BS, Mathematics and Philosophy
Thomas ...a data science intern for a start-up called Polco where I am learning software and analytical skills. I love snowboarding, mountain biking, playing music, and hiking so am thrilled to be living in Denver. Intellectually, I am interested in math, physics, and computer science. I think that one of the best ways to learn is by teaching so I look forward to sharing what I know and deepening my understanding along the way.... I think that learning by doing is a great approach. I've retained most of my knowledge from working on projects where I apply the concepts I am learning to something I care about, instead of memorizing concepts in a vacuum. For the same reason, I'm not a huge fan of lecture style teaching. It often fails to relate to the multiple backgrounds in a lecture hall. Fortunately, when tutoring one on one, you can get to know the student and relate the concepts in a way that makes sense to them. Everyone learns differently, so it is my job to find the best way and adapt my style accordingly.
Beloit College - Bachelors, Physics
John ...kinds of subjects from Algebra to Shakespeare to AP test prep for the last ten years. I have a very methodical and Socratic approach to tutoring. I try to lead a student to a greater understanding of the material through probing questions and conversation. I have found that this results in a broader knowledge base, an increased interest in the subject, and a student who doesn't just 'beat the test', but someone who knows the...
University of Wisconsin-Madison - Bachelors, Computer Science and English
Chris ...my career in aerospace, aviation, biotechnology, computer science, sensors, and laser systems and I bring the excitement of my unique career to every session to give students a picture of how they may connect the core concepts in some of their most important subjects to the rewarding challenges of real world applications. My background allows me to offer more than just a study session to someone who wants to take charge of their success. I...
University of Central Arkansas - BS, Physics
Montana State University - MS, Physics
Joseph I first discovered tutoring in my Junior year of undergraduate studies when peers would come to me for assistance with writing and psychology. Moving through my graduate education and doctoral studies, I continued to seek out opportunities to teach and encourage others to learn. I have a student-centered teaching approach that is customized to your learning style. I look forward to working with you to achieve success in education!
Iona College - Bachelors, Psychology
Florida Institute of Technology - Masters, Clinical Psychology