# Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors for Saint Matthews, KY

Eric ...December 2012, from the University of Washington with a 3.6 cumulative GPA. I thoroughly enjoy math and applying mathematical methods to the real world, in particular through the study of physics. One of my greatest strengths in this regard is my ability to approach a problem from multiple angles. If the first approach I suggest...

University of Washington - Bachelor of Science, Physics

Nathan ...on ultra-specific details. I think it is more important for the students I work with to have the ability to think outside the box and the confidence to approach problems in new ways that others may not have tried previously. In my free time I enjoy working on various electronic hardware and software experiments, playing...

University of California-Davis - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science & Engineering

Iain ...Cambridge and from Princeton University. I've also spent some time working as a software developer and particularly enjoy programming in Python. Students have described me in evaluations as "patient," "engaging and enthusiastic," and "passionate" about my teaching. I'm always striving to become a better teacher and love developing new ways to explain difficult concepts.... We learn best as active participants. In my sessions, we work together through particular concrete examples and problems, pausing at points where things appear difficult or mysterious, and then reviewing what we already know and how it can help us to make progress. There's an old saying: tell me and I'll forget; show me and I'll remember; involve me and I will understand. In my experience, one-on-one tutoring sessions are perfect for allowing students to get really involved in the material and in their own learning process.

University of Cambridge - Bachelors, Math/Physics

Princeton University - PHD, History of Science

Michael ...and prep class teacher, and currently teach chess to first- through fifth-graders. I enjoy words, word games, reading, mathematics, discovering new things, staying in shape, and sharing what I have learned with others. I am a fan of classic television sit-coms, music from various genres, and my often-hapless yet always-loved New York Mets. I enjoy...

Hofstra University - Master of Science, Elementary Education

Spencer ...in courses such as physics, probability/statistics, and linear algebra; however, my favorite subject to teach is calculus and I've found it to be the most challenging to learn. My philosophy of teaching heavily focuses on practice problems and examples while maintaining a personable, stress-free environment. Outside of the classroom you can find me playing or...

Stony Brook University - Bachelor of Science, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (Physics Concentration)

Mark ...so much, I stuck around UVA for another two years and earned a MS in Math. I then got drafted by the NSA and did cyptopgraphy for a few years. Now I'm back on (the education) track. I've been teaching math and statistics at ITT-Tech for a few years and, so far, I've taught two...

University of Virginia-Main Campus - Bachelor in Arts, Math / Education

University of Virginia-Main Campus - Master of Science, Math / Statistics

Jasmine ...University of California Irvine, studying to attain my Bachelor's degree in Computer Game Science and Software Programming. Throughout my college career I have tutored several students in my favorite academic subjects; Math, from elementary mathematics to college level PreCalculus, and Computer Science, including C++, Java, and Assembly language. With my passion for learning, listening, and...

University of California-Irvine - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

Abigail ...a student can learn to do anything as long as he understands what his teacher is explaining (and that is where I come in!) On top of that, I am an upbeat and positive person, and I honestly enjoy what I do. Your kids will always receive 100% of my focus and will always know...

University of Maryland - Bachelor in Arts, Linguistics

Justin ...Washington University with a B.S. in Computer Science and was a member of the varsity baseball team for four years at GW. I love math and am capable of teaching any level from Basic Math to Calculus at any age group. I also teach Computer Science and am currently in the field of computer science...

George Washington University - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

Miller ...confined to a classroom or hour long session. I approach education with an understanding that learning techniques are applicable throughout the lifetime. Therefore, my style is energetic, excited, and robust in hopes of inspiring similar reverie of learning in the students I teach. An excellent practitioner of education is equal parts expertise and enthusiasm; I...

Brown University - Current Undergrad, Undecided