Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in Michigan, MI
Josh I am a certified teacher currently teaching at a public high school. My certifications include mathematics and computer science. My ability to communicate and instill a growth mindset make me a superior teacher.
Veronica ...Multiple Subjects (K-8) Certification from California State University, Monterey Bay, a university that stressed outcome-based education. More recently, I worked as an adult educator for Southwest Solutions' Early Childhood and Family Literacy Center; in that position, I helped adults learn how to learn and how to help their children progress academically. Additionally, I have significant...
Rebecca ...received my undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Architecture and Urban Studies and worked for several years as an architect in New York. I have always tutored in my spare time, and in New York I worked with students from a range of backgrounds - including ESL learners. I really enjoy getting to...
Pranjali ...until the students are comfortable doing the lessons independently. The peer pressure and a fierce competitive environment are the factors that sometimes kids cannot learn a subject in a given time period in school. I am flexible in my teaching and can make changes accordingly to promote a unique learning experience. Before I worked in...
Gujarat University - Bachelors, Mathematics
Wayne State University - Masters, Computer Science
Hassam ...for knowledge is what helps me teach others because I want other people to share the love for knowledge with me. The more you know, the more you can teach. The more you're driven to learn, the better you become at teaching. This is what my experiences has led me to believe.... Learning involves having interactions between the teacher and student about the material and what it actually means. Dissecting the material is really important, and on top of this, it's pertinent that a teacher understands many different angles of whatever specific subject they're teaching. You have to be able to teach from all different viewpoints since the same example will not work for every student. I want my students to understand that it's okay to not understand. I've been there, and through my experience with different professors; I've learned what works and what doesn't work. My goal is to take whatever you want to learn and simplify it so that it's actually a blast to learn. As part of this process, I'll need to know what works and doesn't work for you so I can avoid it and find different angles that work much better for you. A personalized learning experience is something that is extremely valuable in this world, since it allows for all the content to be shifted and taught in whatever way works best for the student. I support active learning. I will be asking questions and throwing cues towards my students in order to get them to contribute during the sessions. I don't want to be the only one talking during the sessions because that does not make for a dynamic learning experience. One method I usually employ involves quick quizzes on what was covered a little while ago. This is how the spaced repetition system works. If there are parts that you do not understand, then they will show up more frequently and those you do understand will show up less frequently in my questions. By doing this, ideally, we review the information that you may have answered incorrectly right before you forget it so that it stays fresh in your mind.
Wayne State University - Current Undergrad, Computer Science
Michelle ...Then we complete a variety of practice problems to familiarize the student with the format of the exam and the common tricky situations. I earned a PhD in biomedical engineering from The University of Michigan in 2013. I have since started a nonprofit organization which focuses on developing low-cost sustainable agriculture practices.... Practice leads to mastery.
Dale The original meaning of the word "Doctor" was teacher. As a psychiatrist, I have learned to first listen to my patients and then teach them how to find the solutions to their problems. I bring this art of listening and teaching to my non-clinical work.... In order to learn a subject, the student must find something interesting or relevant in it. He does not need to like the subject or enjoy it. He only needs to understand to have the subject related to something in his own life. We learn by making connections. Boring and unconnected facts are hard to learn and impossible to remember.
Northeastern State University - Bachelors, Chemistry - Computer Science - Pre-Med
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences - PhD, Osteopathic Medicine
Manjiri ...like to help the students in their studies, and to find new and innovative methods to understand the subject that they are struggling with. It is great to see them finally grasp the subject content by making it more interesting. In my spare time I enjoy reading and listening music which calms my mind makes...
C.O.E.T., INDIA - B.E., Electronics and Telecom
MIT, INDIA - M.E., Electronics-Digital systems
Leah ...I am very passionate about. I love having the opportunity to give back to students, because I understand the importance education. I enjoy being interactive and talking through problems. It helps me to see what you know and where you need assistance. Outside of tutoring and school I enjoy watching television, shopping and working out.
Brenna I have a Bachelor's in Biology and I enjoy what I learned. I like to reach out and make the subject of science enjoyable for everyone. ... To help students learn and advance in a way that they can understand, with the specific learning style they enjoy.... Introduce myself and ask the student what they want to get out of this class they are needing to study for. Then, also give them some papers to provide them with some good note taking skills for better comprehension.