Award-Winning Trigonometry Tutors in Johns Creek, GA
Laurel ...and physics difficult, and are looking for a tutor who can demystify them for you: I would love to help you out! If you love math and physics, and have exhausted other teachers' knowledge but would still like to learn more: I would also love to help you out! In addition to wielding math and science skills for fun and profit, I design and sew clothes whilst half-listening to podcasts about history and technology.
MIT - BS, Physics
UC Santa Cruz - MS, Astronomy & Astrophysics
Matthew ...to medical school. While at Williams I expanded my love of learning under professors who focused on teaching, engaging students and building relationships. I took advantage of the liberal arts course offerings and am comfortable tutoring in the core social sciences. Trained by Teach For America, I have taught 9th grade Biology in Georgia public schools. In college I tutored my peers in General, Organic, Physical and Inorganic Chemistry. I was a lab Teaching Assistant...
Christopher I'm an engineering student at GA Tech and I'm tutoring because I love working with others to understand things that I know myself. And through teaching, I find that I understand things all the better. During my time off, I enjoy keeping healthy, reading, and watching various kinds of shows from documentaries to TV series to anime. ... Working patiently with people until they make progress in understanding the subject. Understanding things can be really hard and every person learns differently, so honest feedback from my students is vital in recreating my teaching strategies.
Georgia Institute of Technology - BS, Aerospace Engineering
Desiree ...a Bachelors Degree from Cal State- LA in Physics and am pursuing on a Masters Degree in Engineering. I was a member of the Speech and Debate Team as an undergraduate student. I relate well to children and young adults, and they respond positively. I taught physics labs at Cal State LA for several years, and have also worked as a private tutor in subjects such as math, science, and French. I love teaching!
Brittany I went to Riverwood Charter School in Sandy Springs and while there focused on English, French, History and Art in the International Baccalaureate program. Now I'm majoring in Chemical Engineering at Georgia Tech and focusing more on sciences and math. I have a large range of experience in multiple subjects, including test preparation, science, and math- as well as ballet.
Nam ...initiate by asking them questions regarding the topic they are struggling with. This will allow me to know specifically where and what they are struggling with and need help in. Afterward, I will clearly explain and clarify any misunderstanding they have. Once they believe that they have completely understood the topic, I will then ask them to explain it to me. My main theme is that "If a student is unable to explain to me...
David ...spare time, I enjoy keeping up/reading about current events, which helps me to become more informed about the socio-economic and political dynamics of the country. Moreover, I enjoy walking, playing tennis, and getting out for weekend getaways/vacations that are linked to travel packages for cruises, sporting events, and local festivals. Recently however, I especially started keeping more pace with the technological advances in personal computing to help advance my career in data/statistical analysis.
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - BS, Petroleum Engineering
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - MS, PhD, Petroleum Engineering
Neil ...to teach chemistry and physics classes by a prestigious test preparation company. I absolutely love teaching mathematics, chemistry and physics. But unfortunately, these are subjects that a lot of students have real difficulty in. I've discovered that I have a knack for explaining difficult mathematical/physical science concepts, so that virtually anyone can understand the material at hand. Real world examples in conjunction with visual aides seem to make my students' understanding soar. When I'm not...
Matthew Hi! I am from Westport, CT. I recently graduated from Vanderbilt University and I am planning on attending medical school starting in 2017. In the meantime, I am looking to take part in various activities I am passionate about such as volunteer work and education. Feel free to reach out with any questions!... I try to get to the root cause of why a student is struggling with a particular subject and attempt to then get the student to understand what he/she is doing wrong and how he/she can fix it.
Jonathan ...through college age students in a wide range of subjects. As my BA hints, I have earned a liberal arts education at a rigorous and stimulating institution, where critical thinking is the first priority. I believe your student will benefit as I have from learning how to approach any problem. This flexibility is, in my opinion, much more useful than memorizing superficial solution procedures often taught in schools. Let's get to work!