I am an accomplished rocket engineer with a background in English as well! I work in the aerospace industry and have years of part-time private tutoring experience. From Middle School through College, I'm a friendly face that can be a private tutor, teach how to study, to think critically, to boost the student's confidence and to advise and be a mentor to look up to!
I can teach the following subjects: Maths from Algebra through Calculus; Science from Physics through Mechanical and Materials Engineering level subjects; English writing, rhetoric and public speaking.
Bachelors of Science - Mechanical Engineering (minor in Writing and Rhetoric)
Masters of Science - Materials Engineering
Work Experience: Aviation (7 years) and Rocket Propulsion (currently for 2+ years)
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Get to know the student and their trouble areas. Identify their strengths and weaknesses in order to teach them the best way possible for them to understand.
I encourage students to do their own homework and will help them understand and solve their problem questions.
Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering (with minor is English Writing and Rhetoric)
Masters in Materials Engineering
Work Experience: 7 Years in Aviation and 2 + years in Aerospace (rocket propulsion)
Price will vary on number of days per week:
Middle School: $25+
High School: $35+
I have been tutoring and teaching math and science since I was in High School. I have continued to as I've developed my full-time career in engineering.
I have worked with Middle School and High School students. Students who have wanted to get a head start on lessons, as well as students who may be struggling with understanding lessons taught in their classrooms.
A 6th grader who I'd been tutoring Algebra 1 had been struggling with understanding the lessons taught in class and was afraid of the subject. We had been reading the lessons together and I'd been explaining the core factors of the subjects, then guiding her through example problems. Two weeks later, when the past lessons were being used in more advanced problems, she stopped halfway through solving a problem and realized she had been solving the problems she was previously afraid of. She was very proud of her accomplishment and I was proud of her recognizing her ability once she's not afraid of her challenge.
If you don't understand what is being explained to you, do not pretend you do. It is much better to admit you don't understand than to continue to struggle. Looking for help is not weakness!
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