…I have strong experience working with students who have learning disabilities. I'm near-fluent in German and Spanish, have a year of Chinese under my belt, and have introductory familiarity with Turkish, Korean, French, Italian, and Japanese. If you ever need a conversation practice partner for German/Spanish, let me know! Talking again about math, I have...Read more
…布朗大学在neuroscie与利益nce, linguistics, and robotics, among other things. I've always loved learning, and my curiosity has led me through numerous subject areas. I constantly seek to apply my classroom learning in practical situations. For example, I have conducted research on dementia using electrophysiology in a mollusk model. I participate in...Read more
…a bachelor's degree in Actuarial science and a master's in Statistics with the focus on data analysis. I was on the Dean's Student Awards List the entire undergraduate years and in honor college during the first two years of study. While exploring my passion for statistics during my master's degree, I also have taken part...Read more
I am a recent Harvard graduate who studied Computational Neuroscience looking to help students improve their performance, build confidence, and develop skills that will help them be successful in their test-taking and academic endeavors.Read more
…ability, and interest in programming. This is not suitable for all students and specifically not suitable for those with no prior experience in programming. I enjoy teaching and bring some very important experience to this task. Shortly after graduating from college I went to work for NASA. My first project was to develop a scheduling...Read more
…As a TEFL/TESL instructor, I encourage automaticity, rewarding, self-regulation, and interactive principles of teaching. In order to promote automaticity, I make sure that a major proportion of classroom activity is focused on the use of language for purposes that are as authentic as a classroom context will permit. I try to make the learning process...Read more
…I have done well in them myself and have helped students significantly improve their scores for the ACT and SAT. In my lessons, I find it most productive to identify a student's fundamental misunderstanding in a topic or concept, and continually practice to master full knowledge of the concept on new and different practice problems....Read more
…Engineering at the University of South Carolina. I enjoy helping others in every subject that I take but I am most passionate about teaching students math. In my tutoring for AP exams or SAT/ACT, I am a thorough proponent of reviewing past exams, as often they will have the exact same questions phrased differently. If...Read more
…over a decade since then and have been a part of some incredible projects! I have worked as a full-stack engineer (Meaning developing in the database layer, business logic layer, and UI layers, with a wide range of technologies and purposes). I love to share what I've found. I share it in code-reviews with peers,...Read more
…Outside of tutoring, I enjoy playing music and running long distances. Coincidentally, my neighbors enjoy running long distances from the music I play! I like to work hard at breaking my own limits and I believe with an impeccable work ethic many things once thought impossible become attainable. I like to teach subjects such as...Read more
…working with the students on Varsity Tutors. I've taught architecture at the high school level for six years and US history at the middle school level for two years. I enjoy working with students from various backgrounds and at various learning levels. Prior to teaching, I worked for a few architecture firms in the San...Read more
…occupation was to become a teacher. This became a reality after refining my subject area focus and earning my Bachelor of Science degree in Technology and Engineering Education from Brigham Young University (Provo). After completing my student-teaching in Washington, D.C., I was qualified a Secondary Education certification. Since my early career as a full-time teacher,...Read more
…experienced college level instructor/tutor who has more than 3 years of experience teaching and a PhD in political science from the University of Missouri. In addition to my teaching background, I have real world experience as a researcher and data analyst and have worked for both state government and a large multinational corporation.Read more
…the University of Alabama at Birmingham(UAB). Before moving to UAB, I studied at Duke University as a postdoctoral associate. My previous teaching experience included as a teaching assistant at the graduate school for statistics. I also have mentored 3 undergraduates at Duke and 1 at UAB. I am patient and love teaching.Read more
I am professionally employed as a E-learning Developer. I have obtained my Master degree from University of Twente Netherlands. I'm proficient in programming languages like Java, Python etc. I have over ten years of combined experience in education and development.Read more
…an indie game developer currently working in Unreal Engine 5. If you're looking for help or to learn about anything game or engine related in blueprint/C++ I can help. Alternatively, if you're just starting to learn Game Development and Unreal Engine 5 I can help with that as well. I'm also familiar with HTML and CSS...Read more
…to attend graduate school in a few years and planning to get a TA job in upcoming quarters. I tutor Computer Science, Math, and Physics, for Middle and High School students, and maybe college students in intro classes. I am most passionate about teaching programming because I find it to be a very useful and...Read more
…consulting and auditing evaluation and management services, and education for implementing ICD-10 codes. Currently, I perform clinical analysis reviews to enhance healthcare software applications. Throughout my healthcare career, I have continued my education and obtained my Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certification in 2002 and Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CPMA) certification in 2019 from the American...Read more
…荣誉”奖在我的文凭,所以我熟悉的with with many advanced placement courses such as: computer science A/ computer science principles, statistics, Biology, English Language, English Literature, United States History, and US government. I love to teach students of all ages including as young as third grade (that's when I first started learning...Read more
…children, I like to give an engaging lesson where the student has ample opportunities to get their hands dirty with each subject. I am most passionate about Math and Math related courses. I firmly believe that the education students receive will set them up for great success, and I aim to convey to my students...Read more
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Computer science is one of the most popular fields that students today choose to specialize in. Those who become skilled in computer science are able to find employment in a variety of industries that create and manage the software, apps, and websites that all of us use daily. In order to become a successful computer scientist, students must first learn to code. This is a process that involves learning different programming languages to accomplish the tasks that you want. However, like learning a new spoken language, learning how to code in a new language can be challenging. If you're interested in this subject area, you may want to consider working with a coding tutor. You can reach out to Varsity Tutors if you'd like to learn more about the coding tutoring options that are available for you to choose from.
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Learning how to code from a private tutor is one of the most effective and efficient ways to learn a new language. This is because you'll get to work with an expert on the programming language you want to learn in an academically intimate one-on-one setting. Your tutor can get to know you and your unique goals, needs, and learning style to create a lesson plan that is targeted for your growth. Your tutor can also use a variety of instructional mediums and methodologies to help you remain engaged and having fun throughout the duration of your time together. In all, coding tutoring provides an academic opportunity unlike any other.
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