Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Friendswood, TX
Jeremy ...Computer Science, but I also have a great passion for the sciences, math, and literature. I enjoy Chemistry and Physics, am very comfortable in math from Pre-Algebra all the way through Calculus I, and have gathered some great insight about the sort of writing that is expected from America's top universities. I love learning of...
Columbia University in the City of New York - BA, Computer Science
Aleksey ...senior design mentor - and while most of those I mentored are college freshmen and sophomores, the questions and curiosities I had met weren't always that much different from the ones I'd answer while visiting my old school teachers on career days. In science, there are no stupid questions, nor are there unqualified pupils. You...
University of Texas - Pan American - BSME, Mechanical Engineering
Rice University - MSME, Mechanical Engineering
Roozbeh ...with standardized test preparation, chemistry, biology, physics, statistics, and time management. Math and science classes are really just elaborate puzzles to solve, and most of my students learn to enjoy the process of figuring out what to do once I help them develop the confidence and skill set they need to be successful. Not everyone...
Shiraz University - BS, Industrial Management
Islamic Azad University - MS, Industrial Management
Omar ...my students with a given subject, but to make them think critically and understand how to learn on their own, so that they overcome every obstacle that they encounter, now and in the future. In my spare time, I enjoy reading non fiction books, and scientific journals, running, and a good basketball game.
Rice University - BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Nicolas ...of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering. During school, I had the opportunity to TA courses in design and air pollution for students from a range of academic backgrounds. I'm passionate about teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and love witnessing the lightbulb turn on for young learners. In particular, I enjoy tutoring...
Stanford University - BS with Honors, Engineering
Stanford University - MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Brent ...respectively. I have always been a strong student in mathematics and physics and have helped others throughout my student and teaching careers succeed in the subject. I help students succeed in this subject by breaking down advanced concepts in to the simpler concepts that are used to solve more difficult problems. I also help provide...
The University of Texas at Tyler - Bachelors, Electrical Engineering
Alonso ...well versed in the Python programming language. In the past I have worked with college students struggling in early mathematics courses such as trigonometry, algebra and elementary statistics. While at my university I also worked with adult students pursuing a GED. Ultimately, mathematics is not about memorizing formulas but about the logical process of arriving...
Truman State University - BS, Mathematics major, Statistics minor
Sudhir "Any subject or topic is only difficult until it's explained and taught by the right tutor"... Education is not only about making your child learn Physics and Math; it is more about teaching them how to think, integrate and apply in their future life. "You give man a fish, you feed him one time. You teach him how to fish and you feed him for lifetime!"
NYSS College of engineering - Bachelors, Electronics/Computers
Matthew ...in the process of transitioning to a research position. I chose to pursue a career in academia because I have always enjoyed the scientific process, and learning and teaching are some of the most enjoyable experiences a person can have. Through the course of my academic career, I have explored numerous topics. More importantly, I...
The University of Texas at Austin - B.S., Biomedical Engineering
University of Houston - Ph.D., Biomedical Engineering
Alex I have spent many years tutoring and always strive to make sure my students understand everything that they need to in order to succeed in their field. I am available at almost any time to answer emergency questions, and strive to have everyone I teach succeed. ... Ensuring that students have solid fundamentals helps them understand future concepts better. If time allows, it is always better to go back and make sure something is understood fully rather than trying to force the way forward without understanding.
University of Houston - Current Undergrad, Computer Science and Mathematics