Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Independence, MO
Christopher ...only way I really learn: I don't really understand a topic until I can teach it to someone else. Because of that, when I was in school I would regularly be tutoring other students. I also spent hours and hours tutoring others over the Internet. For me teaching is an adventure. Everyone has different perspectives,...
Cornell University - BS, Applied and Engineering Physics
Delft University of Technology - MS, Applied Physics
Vaishnavi ...finally understand a particularly difficult concept. With two years of experience as a tutor at the Math and Resource Center at UMKC, I have gained many skills that allow me to be confident that my students have effectively mastered what they are learning in the classroom and are able to apply it to real-life situations....
UMKC - BA, Biology
UMKC School of Medicine - MD, Medicine
Jared ...true you can learn about Computer Science by reading books, it is hard to beat on-the-job experience. I remember working toward my Computer Science bachelor's degree and sometimes feeling very lost and confused. Professors would at times use jargon that was unfamiliar to me (often using acronyms), and sometimes they assumed I understood concepts that...
Brigham Young University-Provo - Bachelors, Computer Science
Chad ...a physics minor. I have experience tutoring college economics in person on Dartmouth campus as well as online tutoring in high school calculus and physics. I've had great success on the SAT and ACT as well as my AP tests in high school, and I hope to help others succeed as well. My favorite subject...
Jordan ...in Mechanical Engineering I have taught statistics, calculus, algebra, trigonometry, physics, and prepped for tests like the ACT with everyone from my 10 year old nephew to my classmates in school. I don't think that science and math has to be as intimidating or scary as the world makes it out to be. Often times...
University of Kansas City - BS, Mechanical Engineering
Tony Make every effort to make yourself improved, a student need not be ashamed!... Keep it simple student!... I will do an interview. I will attempt to understand how the student is thinking -- in detail or short and sweet!... Don't be lazy! A student is one who studies. If you can eat, drink, and breath daily, then why can't you study daily. Apply yourself.
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management-Arizona - Bachelors, Electronics Engineering
Heart of America Christian College - Masters, Theology
Spencer ...in 2014 with Bachelors of Science degrees in Mathematics and Statistics. I anticipate enrollment in the Masters of Applied Sciences program at Missouri State University in Fall 2015. I have tutored Math and Science in Columbia/Springfield, MO for the last 4 years. I have tutored everything from Algebra to Statistics on the math side and specialize...
University of Missouri-Columbia - BS, Mathematics
University of Missouri-Columbia - BS, Statistics
University of MIssouri - Kansas City - M.S., Computer Science
Christina ...it really gives me a chance to see and celebrate their successes up close. I mean that's why we become teachers! I love the opportunity to see those light bulbs moments. Being a technology teacher I don't always get to practice some of those other wonderful content areas we have to work on in college,...
Graceland Univerisity - Bachelors, Elementary Education
University of Central Missouri - Current Grad Student, Career and Technical Education
Rusty ...will both have two ideas". From tutoring and teaching at DeVry University in the past I found even though I was the one doing the teaching or tutoring, the student most always had an idea to offer as well. Once the student has reached 'The Archimedes Eureka Moment', the 'what else can I do with...
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management-Arizona - BS, Computer Information Systems
DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management-Arizona - MS, Computer Information Systems Masters
Nick ...possession but the act of getting there which generates the greatest satisfaction." ~Carl Fredrick Gauss I have Master's degree in Computer Science from Wichita State University. I have worked as Software Developer for more than 15 years, both in the US and Europe. I can teach you everything you need to become a successful developer.
Wichita State University - Bachelors, Computer Science
Wichita State University - Masters, Computer Science