I'm currently a Freshman, Entrepreneurship Major studying at Drexel University and have taken multiple courses on Entrepreneurship which include a senior level capstone project which I got a special override by my college for. I am working with a startup and have hands-on experience in customer development, customer validation, and entrepreneurial data analytics. Beyond this I theoretical from multiple books ranging from 'The Startup owner's Manual' to Platform Thinking and including 'Talking to Humans'.
Additionally, I've been coding since I was 10 years old and since then I've done multiple courses on online platforms such as Coursera, edX and StackSkills by MIT (6.00.1x-2x), and Stanford (Andrew Ng's Machine Learning course) on coding. I've also taken multiple courses at my university. Additionally, I've worked with 2 startups on Data Analytics, Machine Learning and Web development.
Beyond which I have expertise to tutor in: Calculus(AP), Pre-Calculus, Pre-Algebra, Entrepreneurship, Basic Science, Resume Writing, Physics, Algebra, MATLAB, Public Health 101, Trigonometry, Economics, Microsoft Suite, Spanish, Hindi, LaTeX, Basic Geometry, Intermediate French, Basic Biology, Computer Science, and Basic Math through my education
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I enjoy teaching people and seeing that my students are succeeding at what they want to do. It is a success for me when they succeed. I've taught multiple students in the school's I've been in as well as at university where I guided them through multiple problems based on subjects ranging from computer science to French to DJing and even entrepreneurship. In all of these endeavours I enjoy being able to interact with my students who I know are all passionate learners.
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I find that each student has a unique way of learning based on their strengths. When I get a new student who has a doubt, the first thing I would do is ask them to tell me what they know about the task at hand already and then try to rectify each part of the process as I solve the problems with them start to end. I find that in many cases doubts and errors arise when the student has been given a convoluted explanation. So I tend to try and simplify things as much as possible using relatable examples and then go through things step by step. Lastly, I don't hold back on explanations, in many cases teachers tend to skip over the more complex details of a concept for the sake of 'practical application'. However, through experience, I have found that in certain subjects such as Maths and Physics, incomplete explanations causes complications and confusions down the line.
I've taught multiple students in the school's I've been in as well as at university where I guided them through multiple problems based on subjects ranging from computer science to French to DJing and even entrepreneurship. I've previously taught as part of clubs as well as in the classroom environment when it was required.
I charge flat rates billed to the closest 30 mins. The pricing for the types of sessions are as follows:
In-person: Travel expense(if any) + $25/hr
I started off teaching using online platforms and by helping out students who were in my class and couldn't figure out the material. Which then progressed to tutoring on multiple platforms. I am now aiming to be a student TA for Computer Science and also for Entrepreneurship at Drexel University.
I have worked with college students as well as high schools students in a variety of subjects, from French to Python.
I've been working with a Startup for the past 4 months now and they just hit 25000 users. I've seen them go from having just a prototype to being able to gain traction in international markets and I feel extremely happy being part of something bigger.
I would advise that if you are looking for a tutor in Computer Science, it is best to know what language they are used to teaching in as well as
I would ask my students to think about what they already know. What they would like to know. I would ask them to try solving the question once if they haven't so I can refer the work and be able to give more input.