Colorado School of Mines (Elec Mech Engineer)
I graduated from Colorado School of Mines in 2010 with a degree in both Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. During my time at CSM, I spent five semesters working as a Physics 2 teaching assistant and one semester for Physics 1, while also tutoring those subjects on the side. After graduating, I worked in the engineering field for two years before shifting my focus towards my true passion, teaching. I've spent the last three years tutoring Math (up to and including Calculus) and Physics at both CU and with students grade 7-12.
I offer my help all day Sunday, as well as Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights after school. I prefer to meet at the Barnes and Noble at Denver West, but can meet at another location if needed. Keep in mind through that my rate increases if i need to travel, feel free to ask if you'd like more information.
Subjects I offer include Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus AB and BC (scored 5 on both AP exams), Physics 1 and 2, ACT Math (scored 36/36), ACT Science (scored 35/36), SAT Math (scored 790/800).
If you think I may be a good match for you or child, send me a message and I'll get back to you promptly.
If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to contact me! I graduated from Colorado School of Mines in 2010 with a degree in both Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. During my time at CSM, I spent five semesters working as a Physics 2 teaching assistant and
She started to understand some concepts and wants to meet with Ryan regularly. He also eased her anxiety. What else can you ask for in a tutor?
My high school sophomore daughter needed a boost of confidence in Algebra II and Physics. We have only had one lesson but so far so good!
For Calculus, Ryan not only works through the problems but explains the concepts. He really has helped with my confidence.
Ryan helped me understand natural responses of circuits better, as well as the functions of capacitors and inductors. Ryan is an outstanding tutor and explains complicated circuits aspects very well!
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I've tutored multiple students in Calculus 1, 2 and 3 at multiple universities and high school.
I received my degree in electrical engineering from Colorado School of Mines. I worked for a little over a year at an electronics manufacturing company called Xilinx as a technical support for FPGA boards. I have also tutored students in various circuits and digital logic courses.
I received my degree in mechanical engineering (as well as electrical) from Colorado School of Mines. I've tutored students in Statics, Dynamics, Thermo, Fluids, Heat Transfer as well as some Solid works. I would stick to only helping in Statics and Dynamics for the time being as they are the subjects I feel most helpful, at least until I become more comfortable in the other subjects.
I was a Physics Teaching Assistant for three years at Colorado School of Mines, and have been tutoring Physics three years full-time.