I am interested in becoming a tutor and one who is willing to work patiently with students.My experience will show that i am dedicated to my work. During the time that i have worked with students, i was able to see accomplishments.As a result of that, i am willing to continue teaching biology,economics,python language, AP Physic, and chemistry.
Aloha ~ I am an undergraduate student at IIT studying Mechanical Engineering. I am eligible to tutor Math (Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry, Calculus 1 2 3, SAT, ACT), Physics (AP Physics 1 2, AP Physics C Mechanics & Electromagnetism, SAT, ACT), and Japanese (1, 2, 3). I work with flexible pay and hours. I am easily accessible through email: ***@*** . Please feel free to contact me for further questions or concerns! Mahalo
2 years of freelance tutoring experience, have a good system for online tutoring if the student has access to a tablet, phone, or computer.
I worked as a tutor in the past year in my community college before I transferred to Illinois Institute of Technology. I teach Calculus 1,2 and 3 and college level physics 1 and 2
Many students these days miss out on various important concepts in a plethora of subjects, thinking they might cover it later or go visit youtube educational videos sometime, as I am a college student myself, I know how surreal that concept is. I can minimize or end that fatal gap of confusion and procastination by helping students clear doubts and understand concepts in an easy, convinient and methodical way, which not only will help them in the long run but might also go along the way and spark an interest in the subject.
Music, physics and chemistry lessons in Orland Park, IL.
Hi I'm Ani! I am currently a student at the University of Michigan, majoring in Chemical Engineering and minoring in Computer Science. In my time as a student, I have noticed that while it is possible to get away with memorization techniques in some situations, having a strong understanding of the material you are being tested on is the best way to set yourself up for success. I try to incorporate this mindset as much as possible in my tutoring approach, as it not only allows students to understand the material, but also gives a sense of confidence that is vital for learning. I focus on 'weak points' in a student's understanding of a material and allow them to apply their knowledge to practice material. This way, students are able to receive a lesson on the material as well as test their understanding of the content with guidance, should they need any.