...My education included classes in mechanical engineering, physics, material science, and product design. During college, I periodically tutored engineering courses, including several mechanical engineering courses. After completing my engineering degree, I went to law school to become a patent attorney. (read more)
...I passed with an A and it was virtually self taught. I followed the written homework log and did a lot of research to master the subject on my own. It is VERY fresh in my mind and could easily help someone else through the subject. (read more)
...I have a great love for science, and I seek to instill a love for science in my students. I have taught 1st, 3rd, 5th, and 6th grades. I have experience working with students from a variety of abilities and circumstances. (read more)
...I have implemented large and small systems, from games to large scale enterprise applications. I have worked for a wide variety of companies, including the very large, Apple and Union Pacific Railroad, and small start-up ventures. I am taking on more tutoring as I approach retirement with the intent of tutoring to provide supplemental income during retirement. (read more)
...Tutored high school algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics for a year. Also got an A in a graduate level education class titled 'Teaching Math Geometry and Measurement.'
After a year of being a graduate TA for organic chemistry, I won the Patty Feist Teaching Award at CU Boulder for go... (read more)