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Isaac A. ...I was a teaching assistant for Fundamentals of Thermodynamics at CSM for two semesters, and held weekly office hours in which I helped develop problem solving skills to 6 to 12 students per week. Additionally, I regularly assist my fellow classmates with their homework. Due to being a full time student myself, I am generally available in the evenings, and on weekends.
6 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, geometry, algebra 1
Denver, CO
Araya M. ...My strong background of tutoring is math related courses such as Trigonometry, Calculus, Algebra, Geometry, Elementary Statistics, Physics, and the like. I usually start from the very simple approach and end up with a very complex one to easily grasp the subject. I give some challenging exercises to students after each session to assess their understanding.
11 Subjects: including calculus, statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Aurora, CO
Ryan J. ...I have been a tutor in the humanities and social studies in particular for several years. I enjoy helping students learn new material and understanding how history is related across time. My interests include the time from the Egyptians through the modern day.
36 Subjects: including calculus, chemistry, statistics, geometry
Aurora, CO
Michelle L. ...I may not have all the integration techniques by memory but I believe that it is not just pure memorization that will get you through calculus. I think that it is important to understand the concepts and applying the concepts consistently (i.e. doing exercise problems and asking questions). I en...
10 Subjects: including calculus, physics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Denver, CO
Sean W. ...It was terribly tedious at first, but I developed a skill for breaking down a new concept and coming at it from several different directions. The other problem with teaching yourself from a book is that you rarely find the bulk material interesting. At first, I could get away with doing the subjects I liked and ignoring the ones I didn't.
30 Subjects: including calculus, reading, chemistry, biology
Golden, CO

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