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I tutor college statistics, business and applied statistics as well.
I graduated from Hunter College, CUNY with a BA/MA in Mathematics Education in 2013. I am also a certified New York State Grade 7-12 Mathematics Classroom Teacher since 2013.
I worked as a student teacher in the Bronx in 2013. I have also work as a substitute teacher in Public and Charter Schools in New York. I also do tutoring at Bronx Community College in Math and Statistics. Currently, I work as a part time Adjunct Mathematics Lecturer at Bronx Community College.
I love what I do - to teach Math. I also love to share with my students what I do know in teaching Math because I believe that sharing is caring.
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Theory and practicum in field statistics, data collection, validity checks, proofs, conclusions and formatting reports.
I have been tutoring and teaching for twenty years for private students as well as at academic institutions (University of Arizona, Southern Mississippi, Phoenix, Capella, and Pima and Gulf Coast Community Colleges. In sessions, I find out what the student really needs and help them achieve realistic goals through thorough evaluation, pacing and persistent challenge. No matter what level of achievement is desired, I customize a lesson plan and learning regimen and guide the student to cross transformational thresholds. I look for and draw out the potential in students and help them achieve the competency they need to be independent learners and succeed in their endeavors professionally and personally.
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First 90 minutes is evaluation and introduction to ...
HS and College Probability and Statistics
I want to teach/help college and high school students (grades 9-12) to learn more and improve their grades.
Experienced teacher of Statistics available for eager students of all experience levels and ages! I structure my lessons so students learn what they want to learn, while also building a strong foundation of skills. I typically use books, and also have the tools available to use during lessons.
I am eager and equally interested in applying to offer my skill. With the academic and leadership qualities that you are looking for, I believe I would be able to contribute to the objectives.
I am presently enrolled in New York Institute of Technology as a junior in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and hopefully I will complete my bachelors by May 2015. I am thrilled to know that you are looking for a tutor and I feel that this is the perfect platform for me.
As a result of my previous work experience in the Learning Center in my college for the last couple of years, I believe I am well equipped with not only academic qualifications but also experience of working in an energetic and dynamic environment. I have been also serving for a tutoring Center, Math Matters and very ...
Statistics can be very threatening to even the most hardcore mathematicians, and it isn't because of its 'math parts'; the difficulty is more or less related to the omnipresence of several different, non-mathematics disciplines. Because the interdisciplinary nature of statistics can be such a complex idiosyncrasy of which to adjust, I make sure to provide a stream of detailed and concise explanations and thought-provoking strategies that will both elicit improved performance in the classroom, as well as boost your affinity for math. My motto is to make hard things simple by relating them to easy ones, and I intend on implementing this slogan as when you learn with me, and 'Simplify statistics'.
~ I am a Millennium Academy graduate who breaks down all of the complexities that are found throughout math and science. I have also taught many middle-school children math and science overseas and participated in several volunteer mentoring programs throughout my community.
I personally love geometry, because it is one of the easiest, but yet most challenging to students. I am patient and understanding, because I have worked with a diversity of people over the span of 16 countries throughout the world, as well as contributing to an 'A' that my doctoral student earned in her statistics assignment. I am majoring in mechanical engineering, so naturally, I maintain an exemplary study ethic that inspires my students to achieve more.
All in all, I bring results. I know how to ...
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I am a software engineer by training. I have a BS in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota, and an MS in Software Engineering from the University of Saint Thomas. I have 3 children aged 8, 10, and 12 whom I tutor. They are all A students. Going forward I wish to teach the subject of math exclusively. I am basically retiring from computers. I will continue teaching computer subjects to my existing students. In the past I have taught a blind student how to navigate a computer with a sound board, a psychiatry student basic math skills, and a computer science student general direction in Oracle SQL. I also volunteer with Junior Achievement here in Sacramento teaching the importance of STEM skills and entrepreneurship.
For many students, statistics courses may be a struggle. However, this doesn't mean that failure is inevitable, as any student struggling in this subject can benefit from working with a private academic tutor. Statistics tutoring can mean the difference between despising statistics and actually finding the course an engaging and maneuverable challenge. If you want to figure out ways to solve problems more effectively, statistics tutoring can be a highly useful tool for your academic career.
â¢ Find use for statistics in everyday functions.
â¢ Gain skills such as critical thinking tips and learning techniques that make can statistics problems much easier and less aggravating to solve.
â¢ Learn test-taking and problem-solving skills that can serve your education beyond statistics courses alone.
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