I attended the University of Washington, where I earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics. For over a decade, I have educated students privately at all levels including test preparation. I am a patient, dedicated and determined individual who has a passion for helping others understand a powerful universal language such as math! (read more)
When I was a teaching assistant at WWU and OSU I encountered many interesting students. The students were excited to see chemical demonstrations such as the gummy bear sacrifice. These type of demos really got the students interested in the science we were doing in the lab. (read more)
...My priority is to understand the student's needs and meet them as quickly as possible. Much of the time, I am able to address study and homework habits and help students help themselves within a matter of a few weeks. When a student and tutor find a good fit, it is often easy to do drop-in sessions to quickly pick up a few concepts when each party knows and trusts the other. (read more)
...He also completed graduate coursework in Experimental Psychology at WWU. In the Department of Psychology at Western, Ryan conducted research related to specific reading disability (dyslexia).
Though Ryan has research experience in dyslexia and tutoring experience with children with reading an... (read more)
...Having been a student in a foreign country myself, I know what it is to attempt communication in a new language. As a math tutor in the local area, I've worked with lots of geometry students. And though I admit that I really enjoy the subject, I also recognize that it's not always everyone's favorite. (read more)