Rogers STEM Tutoring is dedicated to instilling confidence and passion for math and science. As a rising senior Biomedical Engineering student at an honors technical university, Dan Rogers has extensive practical and theoretical skills in all levels of the STEM curricula. Since high school, he has volunteered time to simplify the complexities of math and writing to students from all backgrounds. Dan currently holds a 3.5 GPA, has numerous honors and faculty scholarships, has over 75 hours of volunteering experience, and is the editor-in-chief to his college's STEM magazine.
Aside from knowing a lot about math, Dan takes pride in the success of his students. As someone who has employed tutoring services, both online and in person, he knows how to make the most of both platforms.
I take pride in simplifying math so that students have the confidence to enjoy problem solving and ask questions. For each math lesson, everyone has their own pace of absorbing the material. I make sure my students understand the concepts necessary to approach a variety of different kinds of problems.
Thanks for your guidance helping me get a 185 on the mathematics portion of my GED. I couldn’t have done it with out you Dan!
Dan doesn’t just know a lot about the subject, he also takes his time to ensure my success. The other tutors I tried didn’t even come close with the attention and patience Dan offered. I did well on my last final, and will continue to study with Dan next year.
My daughter was falling behind in her Calculus course. Dan brought her up to speed with a few lessons. Her involvement with sports and the music program made our schedule tricky, but Dan was flexible and able to accommodate. We will definitely contact him again if needed in the future. Thanks!
I came across Dan Rogers here on tutors.com. There were several tutors I had interviewed before hiring anyone. Dan was the perfect match for my son as he's highly qualified, patient and kind in nature. Dan worked with my son two hours each week over the course of a month before my son's finals. My son ended up scoring a 96, and we could not be happier. I have since recommended Dan to other members of the PTA, and we will definitely call him again if we need help with any future courses.
As an engineering student, my process is simple: evaluate the given information (practice problems and other study materials), simplify it into manageable pieces (diagrams, equations, or concepts), and draft a solution (showing all work along the way). Prior to meeting, I like to familiarize myself with the student's study materials (via pictures/copies). I then like to understand the student's comprehension by watching them work through the problem and reviewing their process. Lastly, I will evaluate which concepts they are struggling with, help them understand the proper technique, and work through several problems with them to ensure the material is engrained.
Biomedical engineering student with over 10 years of Math and English training. Honors student at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Pre-algebra, Algebra 1&2, Pre Calculus, Calculus 1 2 &3, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, and Statistics.
>$30/hour,travel (depending on distance and accessibility)