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Stanford PhD - experienced teacher/tutor in math, physics

Stanford PhD - experienced teacher/tutor in math, physics

$35/hour

  • 52 hours tutoring

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I am a lifelong learner with a passion for teaching. Nothing thrills me more than seeing the light of discovery in a student's eyes when (s)he really understands a concept for the first time. While I have been a classroom teacher for more than ten years, with experience at both the college and high school level, I consider myself most effective as a one-on-one or small group tutor, where full attention can be focused on the student's individual needs. And in fact, I have tutored Math and...

I am a lifelong learner with a passion for teaching. Nothing thrills me more than seeing the light of discovery in a student's eyes when (s)he really understands a concept for the first time. While I have been a classroom teacher for more than ten years, with experience at both the college and high school level, I consider myself most effective as a one-on-one or small group tutor, where full attention can be focused on the student's individual needs. And in fact, I have tutored Math and Physics previously with Chyten Tutors and Test Prep, and at Phoenix College. In addition, I have taught Mathematics through Calculus II and Physics (including AP Physics) at both the college and high school level and have passed the NES exam to be recognized as Highly Qualified to teach secondary Mathematics. My educational background includes a Bachelor's in Physics from Arizona State University and a Master's and Ph.D from Stanford, where I was a National Science Foundation Fellow and Woodrow Wilson Foundation Designee.

My philosophy is simple: as the saying goes, "be the guide by the side, not the sage on the stage." Therefore, I emphasize problem-solving, at first guiding students with Socratic questioning, and gradually allowing them to work more on their own. And as I go, I introduce test-taking strategies as well as the subject matter itself.

That's enough about me. In tutoring, the focus is on you, the student. That means giving you assignments to build your skills and self-confidence, giving you positive reinforcement, being flexible enough to adapt to your learning style, and listening and responding to your concerns. From my experience as a substitute, I know how to change course and how to improvise, so if one approach doesn't work, we can try another that may better fit your learning style. So if you want to learn how to succeed in mathematics at any level, physics, or taking standardized tests, please contact me so we can work together to help you reach your goals.


Education

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
Physics
Stanford University
PhD

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Subjects

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I taught the Algebra 1 equivalent course MAT091 at South Mountain Community College. In the fall of 2014, I also taught the equivalent course at a charter high school. There I tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus. I can access worksheets with a great variety of practice problems to reinforce the lesson.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I taught the equivalent course MAT121 for several years at South Mountain Community College and twice at ASU Main. In the Fall of 2014 I taught the equivalent course at a charter high school, where I also tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. Similarly, as a tutor at Chyten I prepared students for questions at this level on the SAT Math exam as well as for their regular courses. I have also tutored Math and Physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Calculus,

Calculus

Besides having taken three semesters of calculus at ASU, I have taught Calculus I at South Mountain Community College and have taught Calculus II twice, once at ASU West and once at South Mountain. In addition, I have taught MAT 211, Mathematics for Business Analysis, which includes a unit on multi-variable calculus (partial derivatives and multiple integrals) twice at ASU West. I have also tutored several students in calculus for Chyten Tutors, including one who was preparing for the AP exam, as well as tutoring math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
Geometry,

Geometry

My experience with geometry began in high school, when my teacher used to post my exam papers on the bulletin board. (As realtor Russell Shaw says in his commercials, "I'm not bragging, I'm applying for a job.") In the summer session of 2014 I taught a class at South Mountain Community College, namely college mathematics, which included a unit on geometry. I have tutored geometry students at Chyten Tutors, one of whom earned an A for both semesters, while another was an 8th grader who was taking honors geometry online through Apex Learning. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Physics,

Physics

Besides the obvious (a doctoral degree in Physics from Stanford), I have more than ten years' experience teaching the subject, primarily algebra/trig based Physics at ASU West, at South Mountain, Phoenix, Glendale, Paradise Valley, and Mesa Community Colleges, and at DeVry University. I have also taught calculus-based Physics at Mesa and South Mountain Community Colleges, as well as Introduction to Physics (PHY101), a liberal arts version that can qualify for dual enrollment for high school students. My experience also includes teaching regular, Honors, and AP Physics at a private high school. Moreover, I have tutored several Physics students for Chyten and tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

In addition to taking this course in junior high school, I taught much of this course at a charter high school, filling in deficiencies in the students' knowledge. In particular, l had to customize the algebra 1 course by adding a unit with important pre-aIgebra concepts as determined by the PLATO courses in developmental pre-algebra and algebra. I also tutored students at the charter high school for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. In the course of tutoring at Chyten, I prepared students for questions at this level for their regular courses. I have also substituted numerous middle school pre-algebra classes in the Scottsdale Unified School District.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

My first encounter with precalculus came as a senior in high school. Precalculus combines college algebra and trigonometry, with units on conic sections and matrices added. I have taught college algebra numerous times at South Mountain Community College and trigonometry three times at Phoenix College, each of which includes pre-calculus material, and tutored a student who was taking precalculus online. (The units we covered were on trigonometry.) I taught a chapter on conic sections as part of Calculus 2, and a unit on matrices as part of the Mathematics for Business Analysis course, both at ASU. I have also tutoring math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I have tutored SAT Math and SAT Math II for a test prep company, for which part of my training was to annotate sample tests in the College Board test preparation book, that is, work out all the solutions. In 2014 I passed the NES test to be recognized as highly qualified to teach secondary mathematics, a test which covered mathematical processes and number sense, patterns, algebra, and functions, measurement and geometry, trigonometry and calculus, and probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics, with a score of 287 on a scale of 100 to 300, I have taught and tutored math and physics at the high school and community college level for more than a decade, including nearly every math course from algebra I through calculus II, and have a level I CRLA tutor certification from Phoenix College. I've always been a good test taker and can provide tips on strategy as well as content.

Math

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I have taught and tutored math and physics at the high school and community college level for more than a decade, including nearly every math course from algebra I through calculus II and have a level I CRLA tutor certification from Phoenix College. I have tutored SAT Math and SAT Math II for a test prep company, and trained for ACT math, including annotating sample tests in the test preparation book, that is, work out all the solutions. In 2014 I passed the NES test to be recognized as highly qualified to teach secondary mathematics, a test which covered mathematical processes and number sense, patterns, algebra, and functions, measurement and geometry, trigonometry and calculus, and probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics, with a score of 287 on a scale of 100 to 300. I've always been a good test taker and can provide tips on strategy as well as content.
Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I taught the Algebra 1 equivalent course MAT091 at South Mountain Community College. In the fall of 2014, I also taught the equivalent course at a charter high school. There I tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus. I can access worksheets with a great variety of practice problems to reinforce the lesson.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I taught the equivalent course MAT121 for several years at South Mountain Community College and twice at ASU Main. In the Fall of 2014 I taught the equivalent course at a charter high school, where I also tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. Similarly, as a tutor at Chyten I prepared students for questions at this level on the SAT Math exam as well as for their regular courses. I have also tutored Math and Physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Calculus,

Calculus

Besides having taken three semesters of calculus at ASU, I have taught Calculus I at South Mountain Community College and have taught Calculus II twice, once at ASU West and once at South Mountain. In addition, I have taught MAT 211, Mathematics for Business Analysis, which includes a unit on multi-variable calculus (partial derivatives and multiple integrals) twice at ASU West. I have also tutored several students in calculus for Chyten Tutors, including one who was preparing for the AP exam, as well as tutoring math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
Geometry,

Geometry

My experience with geometry began in high school, when my teacher used to post my exam papers on the bulletin board. (As realtor Russell Shaw says in his commercials, "I'm not bragging, I'm applying for a job.") In the summer session of 2014 I taught a class at South Mountain Community College, namely college mathematics, which included a unit on geometry. I have tutored geometry students at Chyten Tutors, one of whom earned an A for both semesters, while another was an 8th grader who was taking honors geometry online through Apex Learning. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Physics,

Physics

Besides the obvious (a doctoral degree in Physics from Stanford), I have more than ten years' experience teaching the subject, primarily algebra/trig based Physics at ASU West, at South Mountain, Phoenix, Glendale, Paradise Valley, and Mesa Community Colleges, and at DeVry University. I have also taught calculus-based Physics at Mesa and South Mountain Community Colleges, as well as Introduction to Physics (PHY101), a liberal arts version that can qualify for dual enrollment for high school students. My experience also includes teaching regular, Honors, and AP Physics at a private high school. Moreover, I have tutored several Physics students for Chyten and tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

In addition to taking this course in junior high school, I taught much of this course at a charter high school, filling in deficiencies in the students' knowledge. In particular, l had to customize the algebra 1 course by adding a unit with important pre-aIgebra concepts as determined by the PLATO courses in developmental pre-algebra and algebra. I also tutored students at the charter high school for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. In the course of tutoring at Chyten, I prepared students for questions at this level for their regular courses. I have also substituted numerous middle school pre-algebra classes in the Scottsdale Unified School District.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

My first encounter with precalculus came as a senior in high school. Precalculus combines college algebra and trigonometry, with units on conic sections and matrices added. I have taught college algebra numerous times at South Mountain Community College and trigonometry three times at Phoenix College, each of which includes pre-calculus material, and tutored a student who was taking precalculus online. (The units we covered were on trigonometry.) I taught a chapter on conic sections as part of Calculus 2, and a unit on matrices as part of the Mathematics for Business Analysis course, both at ASU. I have also tutoring math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I have tutored SAT Math and SAT Math II for a test prep company, for which part of my training was to annotate sample tests in the College Board test preparation book, that is, work out all the solutions. In 2014 I passed the NES test to be recognized as highly qualified to teach secondary mathematics, a test which covered mathematical processes and number sense, patterns, algebra, and functions, measurement and geometry, trigonometry and calculus, and probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics, with a score of 287 on a scale of 100 to 300, I have taught and tutored math and physics at the high school and community college level for more than a decade, including nearly every math course from algebra I through calculus II, and have a level I CRLA tutor certification from Phoenix College. I've always been a good test taker and can provide tips on strategy as well as content.
Trigonometry

Trigonometry

Besides having taken trigonometry as a high school senior, II taught Trigonometry in Spring 2016 at South Mountain Community College and in 2018-2019 at Phoenix College. I have also tutored for math exams such as SAT Math level 2, which includes trig material. I also served as the instructor for a student who was taking Pre-calculus online. The units we covered were on trigonometry, including trig functions, identities and formulas, and applications. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I taught the Algebra 1 equivalent course MAT091 at South Mountain Community College. In the fall of 2014, I also taught the equivalent course at a charter high school. There I tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus. I can access worksheets with a great variety of practice problems to reinforce the lesson.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I taught the equivalent course MAT121 for several years at South Mountain Community College and twice at ASU Main. In the Fall of 2014 I taught the equivalent course at a charter high school, where I also tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. Similarly, as a tutor at Chyten I prepared students for questions at this level on the SAT Math exam as well as for their regular courses. I have also tutored Math and Physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Calculus,

Calculus

Besides having taken three semesters of calculus at ASU, I have taught Calculus I at South Mountain Community College and have taught Calculus II twice, once at ASU West and once at South Mountain. In addition, I have taught MAT 211, Mathematics for Business Analysis, which includes a unit on multi-variable calculus (partial derivatives and multiple integrals) twice at ASU West. I have also tutored several students in calculus for Chyten Tutors, including one who was preparing for the AP exam, as well as tutoring math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
Geometry,

Geometry

My experience with geometry began in high school, when my teacher used to post my exam papers on the bulletin board. (As realtor Russell Shaw says in his commercials, "I'm not bragging, I'm applying for a job.") In the summer session of 2014 I taught a class at South Mountain Community College, namely college mathematics, which included a unit on geometry. I have tutored geometry students at Chyten Tutors, one of whom earned an A for both semesters, while another was an 8th grader who was taking honors geometry online through Apex Learning. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Physics,

Physics

Besides the obvious (a doctoral degree in Physics from Stanford), I have more than ten years' experience teaching the subject, primarily algebra/trig based Physics at ASU West, at South Mountain, Phoenix, Glendale, Paradise Valley, and Mesa Community Colleges, and at DeVry University. I have also taught calculus-based Physics at Mesa and South Mountain Community Colleges, as well as Introduction to Physics (PHY101), a liberal arts version that can qualify for dual enrollment for high school students. My experience also includes teaching regular, Honors, and AP Physics at a private high school. Moreover, I have tutored several Physics students for Chyten and tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

In addition to taking this course in junior high school, I taught much of this course at a charter high school, filling in deficiencies in the students' knowledge. In particular, l had to customize the algebra 1 course by adding a unit with important pre-aIgebra concepts as determined by the PLATO courses in developmental pre-algebra and algebra. I also tutored students at the charter high school for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. In the course of tutoring at Chyten, I prepared students for questions at this level for their regular courses. I have also substituted numerous middle school pre-algebra classes in the Scottsdale Unified School District.
Precalculus

Precalculus

My first encounter with precalculus came as a senior in high school. Precalculus combines college algebra and trigonometry, with units on conic sections and matrices added. I have taught college algebra numerous times at South Mountain Community College and trigonometry three times at Phoenix College, each of which includes pre-calculus material, and tutored a student who was taking precalculus online. (The units we covered were on trigonometry.) I taught a chapter on conic sections as part of Calculus 2, and a unit on matrices as part of the Mathematics for Business Analysis course, both at ASU. I have also tutoring math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.

Science

Physics

Physics

Besides the obvious (a doctoral degree in Physics from Stanford), I have more than ten years' experience teaching the subject, primarily algebra/trig based Physics at ASU West, at South Mountain, Phoenix, Glendale, Paradise Valley, and Mesa Community Colleges, and at DeVry University. I have also taught calculus-based Physics at Mesa and South Mountain Community Colleges, as well as Introduction to Physics (PHY101), a liberal arts version that can qualify for dual enrollment for high school students. My experience also includes teaching regular, Honors, and AP Physics at a private high school. Moreover, I have tutored several Physics students for Chyten and tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

I taught the Algebra 1 equivalent course MAT091 at South Mountain Community College. In the fall of 2014, I also taught the equivalent course at a charter high school. There I tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus. I can access worksheets with a great variety of practice problems to reinforce the lesson.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I taught the equivalent course MAT121 for several years at South Mountain Community College and twice at ASU Main. In the Fall of 2014 I taught the equivalent course at a charter high school, where I also tutored students for the AIMS test, which included questions at this level. Similarly, as a tutor at Chyten I prepared students for questions at this level on the SAT Math exam as well as for their regular courses. I have also tutored Math and Physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Calculus,

Calculus

Besides having taken three semesters of calculus at ASU, I have taught Calculus I at South Mountain Community College and have taught Calculus II twice, once at ASU West and once at South Mountain. In addition, I have taught MAT 211, Mathematics for Business Analysis, which includes a unit on multi-variable calculus (partial derivatives and multiple integrals) twice at ASU West. I have also tutored several students in calculus for Chyten Tutors, including one who was preparing for the AP exam, as well as tutoring math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
Geometry,

Geometry

My experience with geometry began in high school, when my teacher used to post my exam papers on the bulletin board. (As realtor Russell Shaw says in his commercials, "I'm not bragging, I'm applying for a job.") In the summer session of 2014 I taught a class at South Mountain Community College, namely college mathematics, which included a unit on geometry. I have tutored geometry students at Chyten Tutors, one of whom earned an A for both semesters, while another was an 8th grader who was taking honors geometry online through Apex Learning. I have also tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor, and I have passed the NES exam to be Highly Qualified to teach secondary mathematics.
Physics,

Physics

Besides the obvious (a doctoral degree in Physics from Stanford), I have more than ten years' experience teaching the subject, primarily algebra/trig based Physics at ASU West, at South Mountain, Phoenix, Glendale, Paradise Valley, and Mesa Community Colleges, and at DeVry University. I have also taught calculus-based Physics at Mesa and South Mountain Community Colleges, as well as Introduction to Physics (PHY101), a liberal arts version that can qualify for dual enrollment for high school students. My experience also includes teaching regular, Honors, and AP Physics at a private high school. Moreover, I have tutored several Physics students for Chyten and tutored math and physics at Phoenix College, where I earned Level 1 CRLA certification as a tutor. And I have passed the NES test to be Highly Qualified teaching secondary mathematics through calculus.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I have tutored SAT Math and SAT Math II for a test prep company, for which part of my training was to annotate sample tests in the College Board test preparation book, that is, work out all the solutions. In 2014 I passed the NES test to be recognized as highly qualified to teach secondary mathematics, a test which covered mathematical processes and number sense, patterns, algebra, and functions, measurement and geometry, trigonometry and calculus, and probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics, with a score of 287 on a scale of 100 to 300, I have taught and tutored math and physics at the high school and community college level for more than a decade, including nearly every math course from algebra I through calculus II, and have a level I CRLA tutor certification from Phoenix College. I've always been a good test taker and can provide tips on strategy as well as content.

Test Preparation

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I have taught and tutored math and physics at the high school and community college level for more than a decade, including nearly every math course from algebra I through calculus II and have a level I CRLA tutor certification from Phoenix College. I have tutored SAT Math and SAT Math II for a test prep company, and trained for ACT math, including annotating sample tests in the test preparation book, that is, work out all the solutions. In 2014 I passed the NES test to be recognized as highly qualified to teach secondary mathematics, a test which covered mathematical processes and number sense, patterns, algebra, and functions, measurement and geometry, trigonometry and calculus, and probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics, with a score of 287 on a scale of 100 to 300. I've always been a good test taker and can provide tips on strategy as well as content.
SAT Math

SAT Math

I have tutored SAT Math and SAT Math II for a test prep company, for which part of my training was to annotate sample tests in the College Board test preparation book, that is, work out all the solutions. In 2014 I passed the NES test to be recognized as highly qualified to teach secondary mathematics, a test which covered mathematical processes and number sense, patterns, algebra, and functions, measurement and geometry, trigonometry and calculus, and probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics, with a score of 287 on a scale of 100 to 300, I have taught and tutored math and physics at the high school and community college level for more than a decade, including nearly every math course from algebra I through calculus II, and have a level I CRLA tutor certification from Phoenix College. I've always been a good test taker and can provide tips on strategy as well as content.

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Very knowledgeable

Richard helped me understand what I did wrong on a Calc II quiz. Some of it was just legit mistakes, but the part I was most concerned about related to the questions I did not understand. Richard explained it in away that helped me get it. I am actually excited to keep learning thanks to Richard.

JJ, 3 lessons with Richard

Excellent and organized help with Physics !!

We engaged Mr. Richard to teach my son AP Physics. We are glad having sought Richard's help as my son benefited immensely, enjoyed his excellent teaching methods and friendly nature. Richard is very helpful to my son when it came to understanding the concepts and breaking down the difficult ones into easy to understand steps. He provided great learning tools, which made learning the concepts clearer. He is very proficient in Physics, always patient to ensure the student understood the subject well, consistent and professional. He prepared for my son’s session very thoughtfully with his needs in mind, to ensure the session went well and his time was efficiently used. He is passionate about his student's success. We highly recommend Richard to any students who need help in Physics.

Srinivas, 25 lessons with Richard
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