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Stan L. ...My doctoral degree is in psychology. I think this is a wonderful combination: I can relate to students, understand their frustrations and fears, and at the same time I deeply understand math and take great joy in communicating this to reluctant and struggling students, as well as to well-perform...
20 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, trigonometry
San Rafael, CA
Hap R. ...I have an ability to explain complex concepts in easy to understand analogies that will open up an understanding of mathematical structure that will stay with you for the rest of you life. Sustainable math. As a software engineer for 20 years, my mathematical knowledge was not only utilized eve...
10 Subjects: including prealgebra, chemistry, calculus, physics
Petaluma, CA
Kate L. ...As a biochemistry major with a GPA of 3.71, I have a strong knowledge base for tutoring. Some of these topics can be tricky to learn, but the satisfaction of mastering Organic Chemistry, for example, is amazing and I would love to share that with students. I studied Spanish through AP Spanish 5 at Petaluma High School.
15 Subjects: including prealgebra, Spanish, chemistry, biology
Petaluma, CA
Brian T. ...My first distro was "Yellow Dog Linux" on a PPC Apple laptop. Since then I have used a number of Ubuntu variants, Gentoo, Arch, Debian, and the embedded platform OpenWRT. I have built headless servers, media centers, and even run an aquaponics garden with a modified router and cron jobs.
38 Subjects: including prealgebra, reading, writing, English
San Francisco, CA
Jason L. ...My perspective of education is complemented from being a workshop leader (discussion section instructor) for the Summer Bridge Program, where I designed my syllabus, graded tests, led lectures and proctored exams. All of my pupils have passed their classes, most with at least a B. I am very familiar with the course structures from many professors in the statistics and economics departments.
33 Subjects: including prealgebra, calculus, statistics, geometry
San Francisco, CA

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