Award-Winning Physics Tutors in University of Louisville, KY
Brent ...something that you're not interested in can sometimes be an act of futility. I like to find ways to engage my students with their studies in ways that are exciting and inspiring. Math and science are the keys to understanding the world around us and they can be very captivating subjects when you discover how...
Rajat My objective of being a Varsity tutor is to foster a mutually beneficial professional relationship with my students. Through the platform of Varsity tutors, I would like to share my passion for Maths, Physics and Engineering with budding future professionals, and inculcate the same zeal and enthusiasm in them.... My teaching philosophy involves creating a friendly and interactive relationship with my students, ensuring they understand the fundamentals and feel confident in tackling the subject on their own.
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - Masters, Aerospace Engineering
Kent I am committed to helping the student learn material in a way that makes sense to them. If my usual approach does not work, I encourage students to tell me and we will work on a method of instruction that works best for them.
University of Evansville - Bachelors, Physics
Ball State University - Masters, Physics
Anusuya I did my undergraduate in Electronics and Communication Engineering in India. I have experience in teaching undergrad engineering students in India. I have a passion for teaching math and science. I can teach elementary and middle school subjects related to math and science. In addition to this I can teach Algebra I.
Saranathan College of EngineeringIndia - Bachelors, Electronics and Communication Engineering
Dominic ...such a large number of careers and disciplines, but I'm very comfortable tutoring any high school or lower-division college math course (e.g. Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Algebra II, Geometry, Algebra, Probability, Statistics, SAT Prep, and Logic). My teaching style is very relaxed and easy-going, although I typically challenge my students to understand mathematical and scientific principles in...
The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Mathematics
Conner ...mine, which results in such simple hobbies as hiking, sailing, and reading books. My voracious reading habit is also a symptom of burning curiosity of how the world works, and how we might manipulate it. I leave you with a relevant quote from Dorothy Parker: "The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure...
UC Santa Barbara - BS, Physics
Marco ...is heavily based on understanding. Although there are many little tricks that can be taught to help students correctly answer math problems, these tricks often come at the cost of true understanding. Only when a student truly knows the material with a certain amount of depth will he/she be able to answer the most challenging...
Columbia University in the City of New York - Bachelors, Engineering
Nathan ...first year. I love teaching and tutoring Math and Physics. I feel that a successful teacher must develop an understanding of where the student is at and, instead of simply lecturing, be able to guide him or her to the realization of the concept being taught. In this way, the student does not just memorize...
Fordham University - BS, Physics
Washington University in St Louis - PhD, Physics
Aleks ...the difficult concepts and methods that students of these subjects sometimes struggle with. I understand that Math can be frustrating and difficult to understand, and I try to make learning and understanding it as fun and simple as possible. In my free time, I enjoy listening to music, drawing and playing basketball.
Washington University in St Louis - BS, Systems Engineering
Justin ...understanding to others. It is a great experience for everyone involved, and I enjoy seeing the "I finally got it" moment, so to speak. I have seen it in students of all ages, even adults in college, so I honestly believe it is there for everyone. To get that moment, I find it very important...
Western Connecticut State University - BA, Chemistry