Award-Winning Computer Science Tutors in University Park, TX
Brett ...that even Law & Order writers couldn't come up with in their wildest dreams. My position has also given me the flexibility to be available weeknights and weekends, which I took advantage of for 2 years while attending culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu. I feel most comfortable working with students in high school or beyond with my main areas of focus being LSAT preparation, English, grammar, and essay writing. My friends and family come...
University of Notre Dame - Bachelor of Arts, Government/Philsophy
SMU Dedman School of Law - Juris Doctor, Law
Michael ...has always brought me the greatest joy in life. Through my years working as a tutor, I have found that "all work and no play" makes students tired and yields to difficulty with focus. I overcome this by rewarding positive progress with fun sessions, game days, trivia, or a reward to encourage determination and reinforce students' resolve. When I am not tutoring, I enjoy reading, playing paintball, and am an avid gamer.
Collin County Community College District - AS, Computer Science and Statistics
University of Texas at Dallas - BS, Computer Science and Statistics
Belle ...one size doesn't, in fact, fit all. For students to learn at their best, a teacher must be flexible and ready to adapt to their needs. Whether it be teaching a language or teaching a mathematical concept, learning should flow in a natural, logical order for every student. In this way, I strive to cater to my students' academic needs as much as possible. Having been dropped into China with only two years of Mandarin...
Southwestern University - Bachelors, Political Science
Dolly ...for about 4 years, and I feel proud when I see them achieve their goal. I strongly believe one should have a solid fundamentals of the basic stuff to be more sucessfull and to understand more complicated stuff, and hence i make sure the person who i am tutoring understands the basics and fundamental very clearly.I love to teach/tutor in a fun way to make sure the student remains interested in the subject.
UTD - BS, Computer Science
UTD - MS, Computer Science
Ian ...math to apply to business school. I find it really rewarding helping students understand concepts they may be struggling with so that they can fully understand and master an idea to apply it in different ways. People I have tutored describe me as encouraging, patient, and highly effective at zeroing in on key barriers to understanding. In my spare time I really enjoy working with and learning about virtual reality, as well as playing chess...
University of California-Berkeley - Bachelors, Applied Math and Computer Science
Stan ...to our Parks and Recreation Board. I'm also involved with the area chambers of commerce and charities. I'm an amateur chef, race BMX, and play bass guitar. I would like to teach you how to develop in the best web framework ever, Ruby on Rails! I have taught from the stage, classrooms, corporate training rooms, and one-on-one. I'm a published author with lots of experience. If you have a willingness to learn, I can teach...
Pensacola Junior College - AS, Computer Science
The University of West Florida - BS, Computer Science
Muhammad Salik ...with great results with 98th percentile grades from my students in the Math and Reading section of the SAT & ACT. As an Electrical Engineering major, I had to be very grounded in math subjects, my mathematics foundation and applications allow me to be a very versatile tutor, breaking down the subject into easy to understand modules. As a result, I am very comfortable and confident in not only tutoring them but doing so at...
The University of Texas at Dallas - Current Undergrad, Electrical Engineering
Stacey I love helping people achieve the mobility and independence in the English language to concentrate on achieving their goals instead of which words to choose. I want to help the student new to America feel comfortable going into each academic and social situation that is his life. I strive to bring my students more "future tense" and less "tense future."... First listen, then teach. Meet the student where he/is, no matter what the starting point. Teach him/her only information that is useful and helpful to his goals. Know your student, and care about your student.
University of North Texas - Bachelors, Communications (Radio/TV/Film)
George I worked as a computer programmer for 10 years before turning to math tutoring. I love teaching math and computer science to all ages. I see patience and creativity as being the highest attributes of my teaching style.... Every individual is unique in the way they learn. I believe that anything can be taught to anyone by a patient and creative teacher, which I hope to be.... Get to know something of my student's personality and interests. Find out what my student already knows about what I'm going to teach. Find ways to adjust my teaching style to who they are.
Hardin-Simmons University - BS, Math, Computer Science
Kristen ...the triumph of unlocking untapped knowledge and potential, after "mentally" puzzling over complex and disorganized concepts. I, personally, identify with it well, having felt it commonly myself. It's exceptionally satisfying to have the capacity to help other people fulfill their pursuits, especially when they finally get "last puzzle piece" to fall into place. You can appreciate the bigger picture in the grand scheme of things, especially after conquering each detail "one puzzle at a time."...
University of Arkansas - Current Undergrad, Computer Science