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“**Very patient and knowledgeable!**”

Hello, I'm Natalie! Welcome to my page! I'm an enthusiastic, skilled, and versatile instructor and scientist with 7+ years of award-winning experience in Elementary through university-level education and publishable research. My love of teaching starts with my insatiable passion for learning and ends with high-fiving my students when they get

*I offer discounted pricing for 2+ weekly sessions, or an Exam Jam session for 3-5 students. Message me for details!*

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Natalie helped our children improve their grades in Algebra 2, Chemistry and Physics!

She's a great tutor!! We really appreciate her working such long hours during midterms!

Natalie W. is awesome, my girls loved her and see progress already. Thumbs up. Girls can't stop talking about her and fun they had while learning, thank you Natalie.

Natalie worked with my 14 year old daughter on high school physics. My daughter was struggling with new subject matter and Natalie patiently explained the material in a way that my daughter was able to grasp easily. We had a bit of a issue with the start time (different time zones) but Natalie flexed and we were able to work around it. We appreciated her flexibility and her simple way of explaining tough content.

Natalie helped me to break down forces and how to solve problems conceptually. She is very good at explaining the concepts and apply mathematical concepts and life experiences to understand the principals. Highly recommended.

Natalie did a great job of explaining the concepts and problem solving steps involved in correctly answering difficult AP Physics questions. Rather than be lost in minutiae Natalie was able to explain the correct protocol for finding the solution in an efficient and expedient manner.

Natalie W. is very knowledgeable and able to thoroughly explain physics to my 16 year old (who was very frustrated with honors physics). Natalie makes every session and component relevant and easily understandable.

Each tutoring session has gone longer than expected (with my daughter eager to learn more). Natalie has been very patient and gracious.

Natalie helped me with Calculus. She is very helpful and patient. Carefully explained to me the problems and showed me the steps to complete them. Used real world situations to help me understand the problem at hand better.

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As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College, I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and interactive examples for the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math. I have experience privately tutoring the aforementioned subjects in addition to: Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (single-variable and multivariate), and Differential Equations.

For each client, I develop tailored curriculum based upon their needs. I break down complex material into simple explanations using lots of examples and practice problems. I challenge my students to overcome their mental blocks by teaching them practical study skills that will help them learn and retain the material. Then, I assign homework problems to extend their knowledge. I will provide periodic progress reports and assessments that will be used to evaluate the student's individual performance. This allows us to work together to determine the best strategy for learning and retaining the material.

The experience I've gained allows me to approach problems through multiple perceptions and to break down complex concepts with simplified explanations. This process has resulted in many of my students achieving their "A-ha" moments, which is why I continue to teach and tutor.

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then as an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College (since 2015), I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and interactive examples for the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math. I've tutored these subjects privately and through the college.

For each client, I develop tailored curriculum based upon their needs. I break down complex material into simple explanations using lots of examples and practice problems. I challenge my students to overcome their mental blocks by teaching them practical study skills that will help them learn and retain the material, and I assign homework problems to extend their knowledge. I will provide periodic progress reports and assessments that will be used to evaluate the student's individual performance. This allows us to work together to determine the best strategy for learning and retaining the material.

The experience I've gained allows me to approach problems through multiple perceptions and to break down complex concepts with simplified explanations. This process has resulted in many of my students achieving their "A-ha" moments, which is why I continue to teach and tutor.

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College, I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and examples for the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math. I have experience privately tutoring the aforementioned subjects in addition to: Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (single-variable and multivariate), and Differential Equations.

I have a B.S. in Chemistry from Purdue University. I have years of teaching (as a Lab Instructor, researcher, tutor, and substitute lecturer, and TA) experience with this subject. I am able to break down the complex concepts and explain them simply and clearly.

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College, I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and examples for the following subjects: Basic (Elementary) Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math. I have experience privately tutoring the aforementioned subjects in addition to: Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus (single-variable and multivariate), and Differential Equations.

For each client, I develop tailored curriculum based upon their needs. I break down complex material into simple explanations using lots of interactive examples and practice problems. I challenge my students to overcome their mental blocks by teaching them practical study skills that will help them learn and retain the material. Then, I assign homework problems to extend their knowledge. I will provide periodic progress reports and assessments that will be used to evaluate the student's individual performance. This allows us to work together to determine the best strategy for learning and retaining the material.

The experience I've gained allows me to approach problems through multiple perceptions, and to break down complex concepts with simplified explanations. This process has resulted in many of my students achieving their "A-ha" moments, which is why I continue to teach and tutor.

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College, I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and examples for the following subjects: Basic (Elementary) Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math.

I'm currently tutoring clients in Elementary Math/Geometry. I use the experience I have as a student, tutor, and instructor to approach problems through multiple perceptions, to create interactive lessons, and to break down complex concepts with simplified explanations. This process has resulted in many of my students achieving their "A-ha" moments, which is why I continue to teach and tutor.

I have a B.S. in Chemistry from Purdue University where I completed the Organic Chemistry series (Organic Chemistry I & II, Organic Chemistry Lab I & II, and Advanced Organic Chemistry). I have taught Organic Chemistry labs (I & II) and tutored Organic Chemistry at Purdue University Calumet. I have also conducted Organic Chemistry research, an experiment covering the hydrochlorination of carvone adapted for the Organic Chemistry teaching laboratory.

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then as an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College (since 2015), I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and examples for the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math. I've tutored these subjects privately and through the college.

I have a B.S. in Physics and a B.S. in Chemistry from Purdue University. As an undergraduate Lab Instructor at Purdue University Calumet (PUC) I've taught the following subjects: General Chemistry Lab I & II, Organic Chemistry Lab I & II, and Algebra-based Physics Lab I & II. As a Teaching Assistant at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), I've taught General Chemistry Lab I & II, and both Algebra-based and Calculus-based Physics I & II Labs. I developed experiment-driven curriculum for the Algebra-based Physics Labs at PUC. I've worked as a Supplemental Instruction Tutor (S.I.) at PUC where I tutored Algebra-Based Physics I & II.

The experience I've gained allows me to approach problems through multiple perceptions and to break down complex concepts with simplified explanations. This process has resulted in many of my students achieving their "A-ha" moments, which is why I continue to teach and tutor.

I specialize in STEM courses and study skills (especially for those students with ADD/ADHD). I earned an ACS-certified B.S. in Chemistry (with a minor in Applied Mathematics) and a B.S. in Physics (with a minor in Astrophysics) from Purdue University and I'm pursuing a M.S. in Physics at The University of Texas at San Antonio.

As an undergraduate Lab Instructor at Purdue University Calumet (PUC) I've taught the following subjects: General Chemistry Lab I & II, Organic Chemistry Lab I & II, and Algebra-based Physics Lab I & II. As a Teaching Assistant at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), I've taught General Chemistry Lab I & II, and both Algebra-based and Calculus-based Physics I & II Labs. I developed experiment-driven curriculum for the Algebra-based Physics Labs at PUC. I've worked as a Supplemental Instruction Tutor (S.I.) at PUC where I tutored Algebra-Based Physics I & II.

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then as an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College (since 2015), I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and examples for the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, and College Math. I've tutored these subjects privately and through the college.

For each client, I develop tailored curriculum based upon their needs. I break down complex material into simple explanations using lots of examples and practice problems, I challenge my students to overcome their mental blocks by teaching them practical study skills that will help them learn and retain the material, and assign homework problems to extend their knowledge. I will provide periodic progress reports and assessments that will be used to evaluate the student's individual performance. This allows us to work together to determine the best strategy for learning and retaining the material.

This process has resulted in many of my students achieving their "A-ha" moments, which is why I continue to teach and tutor.

As an Academic Resources Specialist (in MathWorld) and then an Adjunct Professor of Developmental Mathematics at St. Philip's College, I've developed lesson plans, problem sets, and examples for the following subjects: Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Algebra I, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, and College Math. I have experience privately tutoring the aforementioned subjects in addition to: Trigonometry, Calculus (single-variable and multivariate), and Differential Equations.

The experience I've gained allows me to approach problems through multiple perceptions and to break down complex concepts with simplified explanations. This process has resulted in many of my students achieving their "A-ha" moments, which is why I continue to teach and tutor.

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