I have been tutoring a wide range of math and sciences at San Jacinto College for the past two years. I am also a student, so I understand the struggle. I study physics at the University of Houston Clear Lake. I will have my bachelors degree soon and hope to continue my education afterwards. Aside from being employed at San Jacinto College, I have also recently been hired by the University of Houston Clear Lake as an assistant researcher for the second time. My first time as a researcher, I got to investigate the effects of magnetic fields on bacteria growth. This summer I will be studying high energy particle physics in the context of a super symmetric string theory model.
I know you may not be excited about math and physics, but for me math and physics are life. My goal is not only for you to learn something from your sessions with me, but for my love of math and science to rub off on you. I believe math and physics really can be fun for everyone. All it takes is for someone to point out how math relates to what you are already interested in.
Currently in my free time I am undertaking differential geometry and an introduction to tensor calculus. I have been tutoring a wide range of math and sciences at San Jacinto College for the past two years. I am also a student, so I understand the struggle. I study physics at the University of Houston Clear Lake. I will have my bachelors degree soon and hope to continue my education afterwards. Aside from being employed at San Jacinto College, I have
Jordon is wonderful , my daughter has learned so much from him . And we'll continue using the rest of the school year !
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I have tutored hundreds of students in algebra. Working at San Jacinto College for the past several, has given me a unique insight into the various ways people understand and misunderstand algebra. I am able to quickly identify misconceptions and have also learned how to explain concepts in a variety of ways.
I tutor Algebra at many different levels. I have several years experience tutoring this subject for the hundreds of students that walk through San Jacinto's Student Success center. Nothing makes me feel better than when I hear, "I wouldn't have a made an A if it wasn't for you."
I currently tutor this subject for San Jacinto's Student Success Center. It is far and away one of my favorite topics to tutor. Not a day goes by where i don't use calculus in some fashion as a senior level physics student.
As someone who is studying to become a physicist, I can say not a day goes by where I don't apply geometry in some sort of way. I find its best to tackle this subject not in an abstract way, using memorized formulas and the likes, but from an intuitive physical perspective. Rather than point at diagrams, I much prefer to teach with and handle the physical shapes themselves.
I am currently studying upper level physics at the University of Houston at Clear Lake. I have a great grasp on the underlying concepts that make up the high school and entry level college curriculum. This means I can break down concepts in a variety of ways that will be easy to understand for the beginner.
One of my all time favorite subjects. For me, trigonometry is nothing more than playing with puzzle pieces. Allow me to show you how this subject can be broken down into simple components. When you truly understand the material, memorization is hardly necessary.