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University of Tennessee (Civil Engineering)
The "Aha!" moment is one of the best parts of the learning process. I love helping a student move from utter bewilderment to mild confusion to complete understanding in their subject. There are few more fulfilling ways to spend time.
I have over a year of experience tutoring university athletes in various math subjects, chemistry, physics, Spanish, economics, and accounting. During that period of time, I also facilitated math lab hours, teaching math to multiple students at the same time. I also have experience teaching math to 5th, 6th, and 7th grade students in an overseas classroom setting. I love teaching and tutoring at all age levels!
For some reason, many folks find math and science subjects more intimidating to learn about than their humanities counterparts. When I tutor students in math and science, my aim is to make them feel competent and comfortable, even when facing the most difficult problems. I believe that anyone can learn math and science, and I want to empower students to think critically and independently by asking questions and stretching thinking.
Come meet with me for a half hour free consultation, followed by an adventure into success in the subject that you are studying! The "Aha!" moment is one of the best parts of the learning process. I love helping a student move from utter bewilderment to mild confusion to complete understanding in their subject. There are few more fulfilling ways to spend time.
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