...The more specifically we break down the problem, the easier it is to find the source of confusion, fix it, and begin to understand it. If a problem takes 10-15 steps to solve, there's often 2-3 steps along the way which you might not understand. I find what those misunderstandings are and we wo... (read more)
...As a tutor who also helps students with math, Hank focuses on building both confidence and strong mathematical reasoning skills. He also emphasizes the importance of reading.
"I am very good at helping students of varied abilities," Hank says. "I love it when a student reaches those moments w... (read more)
I am currently a physics instructor at Front Range Community College at the Larimer campus. I began tutoring in high school. I studied physics and math at the George Washington State University (Bachelors in Science) and then attended Colorado State University's graduate program where I received my M.S. in Physics. (read more)
...My goal is to make each lesson engaging by using real life examples to better help students understand concepts. I also work with students to better organize their study area and their time, and to help them find the study methods that work best for their learning style. A little bit more about me - I am a Mechanical Engineer who loves to help students succeed in math and physics. (read more)
...In addition to the minor, I'm currently working towards getting my teaching certificate for STEM topics. I got my first experience with tutoring when I was 17 when I was a summer camp counselor. I volunteered to tutor two 7th graders in math over the summer while I was working there. (read more)