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Napa Valley College (Civil Engineering)
I began tutoring at Napa Valley College in August of 2013. I tutor for the Math Center at the school which is filled with such brilliant and friendly staff and students. Tutoring, in my opinion, is a two way street with learning. I've always believed that if a person understands a concept, they should be able to teach it. Well, from my experience with tutoring, I have never learned so much. It's one thing to learn from sitting in a class being lectured at and it's another to understand it to the point where you can teach another. That is what I love about tutoring; you are able to make these connections with understanding. I eventually have plans after I receive my Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering to get my teaching credentials to become a Math/Engineering teacher.
My favorite fields of math are Algebra and Elementary math. I am currently in Calculus 2 and have a very strong understanding of the concepts in it, but of course I do not have complete mastery.
I have taken all of the physics for engineers courses offered in Napa Valley College.
My only experience with tutoring has been through the college itself, so I am fairly new to the private tutoring scene. I am going into finals, so my schedule for the next couple of weeks will be strictly Friday, Saturday and Sundays. Once the end of May hits, I will be available essentially all 7 days during morning, afternoon and evening hours. But please feel free to contact me to set things up! I'm very excited to begin this new tutoring experience. I began tutoring at Napa Valley College in August of 2013. I tutor for the Math Center at the school which is filled with such brilliant and friendly staff and students. Tutoring, in my opinion, is a two way street with learning. I've always believed that if a person understands a concept, they
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