Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Centennial, CO
Lauren ...my high school career, I privately tutored students ranging from middle school to high school in subjects such as math, Spanish, and the sciences. I currently tutor in math and Spanish, which are also my favorite subjects to tutor. I love working in these subjects because they rewire the brain to think and see the world in new ways. Just seeing this process in action amazes me and inspires me to learn and expand my...
University of Colorado Boulder - BS, Aerospace Engineering
Benjamin ...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 a fun exercise where you are always learning cool new material! I personally excel and...
Colorado School of Mines - BS, Mechanical Engineering
Eliora I am very passionate about helping students become the best they can be. I am not here to give all the answers, but rather to help students reach the answers themselves. My end goal is not to help students through one class, or one assignment, but to help them develop the tools they will use for the rest of their academic careers, and hopefully, the rest of their lives.... I would help them find one aspect of it that they can appreciate. For example, it is hard to get engaged in an essay if one does not like the subject. I would discuss the topic with the student, and we would come up with a new perspective they could write the essay from.
Earlham College - Bachelors, English, Minors in Computer Science and Medieval Studies
Colton ...Virginia with a BS in Biomedical Engineering. Through the course of my undergraduate career, I served as a teaching assistant for Cell & Molecular Biology and both undergraduate and graduate versions of Introduction to MATLAB. I also have experience volunteering as a tutor from elementary to high school levels. In addition to teaching, I have personal experience with the ACT, SAT, AP, IB, and MCAT exams. I would like to now use my teaching experience...
University of Virginia - BS, Biomedical Engineering
Ben I am a recent graduate of Colorado College living in Boulder. I have tutoring experience from both high school and college and I am excited to continue tutoring. I believe collaboration is always the best way to learn and I try to embrace a socratic style of tutoring with everyone I work with. ... I approach tutoring with a Socratic style. I believe it is easiest to learn when you discuss the material and engage with it rather than listen to a lecture.
Colorado college - Bachelors, Computer science
Ross ...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 problems differently!... Ask, don't tell. Students don't really learn until they start to ask questions. The teacher's task is to stimulate their thinking to get them to ask the questions that are important to the learning at hand.
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
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
Robert ...I have been working in that field for 20 years now. I enjoy learning and I love to help people, in my history I have learned better when I had an individual that spent time on the areas that I was struggling with. I feel that teaching style is one based on trying to help not answer the question but to understand the topic and whenever possible use real life examples. I feel that that...
La Trobet University - BA English, Engineering and Telecomminucations
Kyle ...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 while furthering my own knowledge of what it means to be a good tutor.... My teaching philosophy is that the experience is all about the student. No two students learn in exactly the same way, and it is important to approach a topic in whatever way works best for the student. It is a tutor's responsibility to both respect and show interest in his or her students. This way, strong communication can develop and both the student and tutor can work through the material in a way that is most accessible for said student.
University of Rhode Island - BA, Mathematics; Computer Science (Minors in Education; Business)