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Shankar G. Growing up in a third world country, I was one of the fortunate ones to be able to get education in a missionary school, where my Scottish maths teacher inspired and motivated me to learn maths in a very fun way. Maths is really fun if you learn to solve the problems. I loved my high school maths,...
5 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, algebra 1, prealgebra
Boulder, CO
Holly P. ...When I moved to CO I got a job teaching pre-qualifying mathematics classes for college students who were not ready to take a college level mathematics course. Even after my students would leave my classroom they would come to me for outside tutoring assistance for their upper level courses. I love being able to help students succeed and understand mathematics on a higher level.
7 Subjects: including geometry, statistics, algebra 1, algebra 2
Denver, CO
Minnie P. ...I also help students set themselves up for success in homework and tests. I work with students in person or via Skype/Google chat. I look forward to talking with you!I have taught chemistry lab at CU and helped many other students successfully understand their chemistry class.
20 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
Longmont, CO
Ryan J. ...I am currently constructing a risk model utilizing SAS to do predictive analytics on cash flows. From there, cash flows from a distressed debt portfolio can be projected out until 108 months utilizing actuarial triangle development factors. I have tutored linear algebra for several students while I was in college and am familiar with utilizing linear algebra with functional analysis.
36 Subjects: including geometry, chemistry, calculus, physics
Aurora, CO
Sean W. ...There are few things more rewarding than sharing the "eureka" moment with someone who had given up on understanding. Too often, people see their own lack of understanding as a lack of intelligence. In my experience, it usually means that the teacher explains in a way that doesn't make sense to the student or the student can't see a reason to care about the subject.
30 Subjects: including geometry, reading, chemistry, biology
Golden, CO

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