...I have taken several computer science classes in college and online. I have worked directly in computer science, specifically computer programming. I have experience in a couple different programming languages and can also help with other computer science topics such as understanding hardware, software, and other computer science related topics. (read more)
...For five years, I was the teacher of an elementary "special day class." During this time, I worked with a variety of students with learning challenges such as autism, emotional disturbance, traumatic brain injury, intellectual disability, ADHD, and SLD. I have also taught students with physical disabilities. Currently, I am working with several students who have special needs. (read more)
...My rate is the same whether I'm working with one or multiple students simultaneously, so for students on a tight budget, that is an option. My cancellation policy is that a lesson must be cancelled within 24 hours of the scheduled time. For a lesson cancelled within 24 hours, I may charge a missed lesson fee equal to one-half of the lesson cost, though I may waive this at my digression. (read more)
...I'm a graduate of Cornell University, where I studied Food Science (a blend of chemistry, engineering, and microbiology as it pertains to food safety, packaging, and the creation of new and healthier food products).
After graduation, I moved to Japan and spent 2.5 years teaching English to tod... (read more)
...I take a coaching approach to tutoring which measures my success by your success! Currently, I am a student at Lane Community College studying high-level math with the goal of becoming an environmental engineer. With my foundation in mathematics as well as teaching experience, I can provide real-world based lessons in high school math up to Algebra II. (read more)