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Cathrine B. ...I had a magnificent teacher who built a strong foundation in general chemistry concepts that I still use in my upper division college chemistry classes. I use drawings, physical models, online pictures and dynamic examples to help explain the abstract ideas that general Chemistry is dependent on...
28 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, English, writing
Denver, CO
Mike K. ...I have taught mathematics at Front Range Community College for the past ten years. I am currently employed by Front Range as an adjunct professor teaching anything from developmental math to college level Calculus. In this role, I am viewed by most students to be an excellent teacher, who knows how to convey mathematical understanding in an easy and understandable manner.
13 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 2, algebra 1
Arvada, CO
Michelle L. ...Since I have a full-time position, I require a 24-hour cancellation notice but would gladly re-schedule if necessary. Also, weekends are my best time for tutoring but am willing to negotiate. I am a PhD graduate in electrical engineering and I have tutored college level calculus and algebra for about 5 years.
8 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 2, algebra 1
Denver, CO
Walter B. ...Econometrics is very similar to the statistics used in most of the social sciences with the exception that they throw in time series analysis. I am also proficient with time series analysis from my stats training as well as electrical engineering. I have a degree in electrical engineering with a 3.65 grade point average.
52 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, writing, physics
Denver, CO
Asma A. ...I tutored Mathematics for high school students at College Track and all my students love the way I simplify math and make it more fun. I believe math should be enjoyable subject not a source of fear for the students. Making math flexible for the kids gives the feel of how easy it is to solve a problem,by flexible I mean to find more than one way to think of the problem.
20 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, physics, biology
Denver, CO

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