Cedrick MirandaPhysics and Mathematics Tutor (presential and on-line classes)
I am passionate about physics and mathematics. My goal in a class is to explain the subject in the simplest way possible. Because of this, I consider the student's opinion about my explanations a constructive criticism, which allows me to fit the subject in the particular manner that is most suitable for the student. Further, while tutoring a student, I tend to identify his/her difficulties and help him/her to overcome them. I believe that my great attention to the student and his/her interests makes the difference in understanding the subject that we are studying. In summary, I am always open to discuss the best approach for each student and tailor that class accordingly. I hope I can be useful for your understanding.
BrunoPhysics, chemistry and math tutoring / homework guidance / mastery
Methods: 1) you choose the way we go about tutoring 2) we use my unique online platform to guide you through the material 3) we go through the material in a classical structured manner Steps: 1) first we meet for a first class 2) then we plan 3) then we execute 4) then we review (and celebrate)
AjayPhysics Lessons, From High school till University level
I have been a tutor for school and university students. I have university degrees in Physics and able to teach Physics from High school to university level. I tailor my lessons according to the requirements of the student as much as possible. The pupil may indicate specific topics/questions/exam papers that they would like help with and I can provide support by assisting them through tough questions/assignments, explaining important concepts they don't yet fully understand and I can create some challenging questions to help my pupils secure their knowledge. I can provide extra homework as monitor progress in order to help my pupils even better. As a tutor I'm friendly, supporting and encouraging. I believe anyone is able to learn anything they want to with enough patience, determination and guidance - and I have an endless supply of these! I enjoy interacting with people and share my knowledge with them.
PranavScience & Maths lessons for students and anyone interested.
I am an engineer with a strong background in science & maths and I am willing to teach science and maths lessons for students or anyone who is interested. I can adapt my class to your learning needs. I can help you truly understand the concepts and prepare you for examinations.
EkaterinaMathematics B, Preparation for Mathematics B Exam.
A lot of people tend to think that mathematics is boring and I completely disagree with this statement! It has a beautiful logic, which we will try to explore together. I specialize in tutoring math for secondary/high school pupils and first-year students (mathematics B), as well as in preparation for Wiskunde B (Mathematics B) exam, required for a lot of study programs at (not only) technical universities. The language of instruction is English (if you happen to speak Russian, we can use Russian as the main language, but I still prefer to keep it to English, as the exam itself is in English, as well). I assign homework every lesson and expect you to come prepared; otherwise, attending extra lessons will be just the waste of your time and money. I hope to see you at the lesson soon!
RupertMathematics tutoring, all topics secondary or tertiary level
I am an experienced mathematics tutor with a PhD in maths and a lot of experience at both the secondary and tertiary level. I can help with all topics that are part of the high-school curriculum or any standard undergraduate maths course. My teaching style focuses on keeping the student engaged and encouraging them to develop their own problem-solving skills. I assign homework after every lesson and provide periodic progress reports.
MichaelMathematics, English, Test Prep Tutoring and Homework Assistance
Mathematics is a subject that a lot of people struggle with and that is mostly because there aren't always good teachers for it. I as a teacher for this subject am capable of understanding the problems any student is having and from there I can choose the way to teach for getting better results.
ArifMathematics and Science Tutor in Eindhoven Available (Wed. & Friday)
What benefits you get from my Teaching classes: 1) I am not very strict when it comes to extra time. We can extend a bit. +10 mins is no problem. I always think that long sessions with small pauses are better so that you get a grip of the topic. 2) I can teach in group as well as alone , what suits you best. In case you are out for a break and don't want to lag behind in comparison to what is going on in school we, can have some back to back classes in short time, if that suits you. Teaching has been a long time passion for me. I have taught already some candidates (look testimonials below) and during my colleges days I have held classes with several group of students. After moving to University I was also delivering sessions for my classmates from different parts of the world and I was in-charge of specific experiment for Bachelors and Masters students as well for a year. About Me I had Mathematics and Science in my School time where I scored 95/100 in Maths and 99/100 in Sciences (Indian First stage of Scientific Education) and then 95/100 again in Mathematic for exams Just before University. Due to love for machines I pursued Mechanical Engineering and then specialized in Materials Science (Physics and Chemistry of Materials). In a nutshell I am a Materials Scientist. Education Master Of Science:(Grade: 8/10), where 10 is highest Bachelor of Technology: (Grade: 7.5/10) where 10 is highest Pre University: (8/10) where 10 is highest High School: (9/10) where 10 is highest Experience / Qualifications Good experience in tutoring students from primary section to high school in Mathematics and Science (Physics and Chemistry)
RaghuMath and English for all levels with good quality and promising improvement.
I have been teaching part-time for about 4 years. I have taught Math and English for Students from 8th Grade to 12th grade. Having completed my engineering in Electrical and Electronics, Maths is one of my strongest weapons. Electrical Engineering is filled with Integration, Differentiation, Partial Differentiation, Matrices to calculate the power energy and complex problems in Transmission Lines. I am a specialist in Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Trigonometry. ✅ Calculus 1 ➜ Derivative ➜ Notation ➜ Newton's notation for differentiation ➜ Leibniz's notation for differentiation ➜ Simplest rules ➜ The derivative of a constant ➜ Sum rule in differentiation ➜ Constant factor rule in differentiation ➜ Linearity of differentiation ➜ Power rule ➜ Chain rule ➜ Local linearization ➜ Product rule ➜ Quotient rule ➜ Inverse functions and differentiation ➜ Implicit differentiation ➜ Stationary point ➜ Maxima and minima ➜ First derivative test ➜ Second derivative test ➜ Extreme value theorem ➜ Differential equation ➜ Differential operator ➜ Newton's method ➜ Taylor's theorem ➜ L'Hôpital's rule ➜ General Leibniz rule ➜ Mean value theorem ➜ Logarithmic derivative ➜ Differential (calculus) ➜ Related rates ➜ Regiomontanus' angle maximization problem ➜ Rolle's theorem ✅ Calculus 2 ➜ Antiderivative/Indefinite integral ➜ Simplest rules ➜ Sum rule in integration ➜ Constant factor rule in integration ➜ Linearity of integration ➜ The arbitrary constant of integration ➜ Cavalieri's quadrature formula ➜ The fundamental theorem of calculus ➜ Integration by parts ➜ Inverse chain rule method ➜ Integration by substitution ➜ Tangent half-angle substitution ➜ Differentiation under the integral sign ➜ Trigonometric substitution ➜ Partial fractions in integration ➜ Quadratic integral ➜ Proof that 22/7 exceeds π ➜ Trapezium rule ➜ Integral of the secant function ➜ Integral of secant cubed ➜ Arclength ➜ Solid of revolution ➜ Shell integration ✅ Trigonometry ➜ Introduction to the trigonometric ratios: ➜ Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Solving for a side in a right triangle using the trigonometric ratios: ➜ Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Solving for an angle in a right triangle using the trigonometric ratios: ➜ Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Modeling with right triangles: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Trigonometric ratios and similarity: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Sine and cosine of complementary angles: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Trigonometric ratios of special triangles: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ Introduction to the Pythagorean trigonometric identity: Trigonometry with right triangles ➜ The reciprocal trigonometric ratios ➜ The law of sines: Trigonometry with general triangles ➜ The law of cosines: Trigonometry with general triangles ➜ Solving general triangles ➜ Introduction to radians: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ The graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ Basic trigonometric identities: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ Trigonometric values of special angles: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ The Pythagorean identity: The unit circle definition of sine, cosine, and tangent ➜ Long live Tau ➜ The graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Introduction to amplitude, midline, and extrema of sinusoidal functions: ➜ Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Finding amplitude and midline of sinusoidal functions from their formulas: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Period of sinusoidal functions: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Graphing sinusoidal functions: Graphs of trigonometric functions ➜ Constructing sinusoidal functions ➜ The inverse trigonometric functions: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Solving basic sinusoidal equations: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Solving advanced sinusoidal equations: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Solving sinusoidal models: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Introduction to the trigonometric angle addition identities: ➜ Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Using trigonometric identities to solve problems: Trigonometric equations and identities ➜ Challenging trigonometry problems I have also taught students to appear for IELTS. Now looking for students whom I can help them with Math and English. Home Classes available on request.
GrahamSchool level Mathematics extra lessons. Help with homework and test prep
This class is for those students that require one on one attention with their school maths. We will cover the topics that are currently being covered in class, so that everything overlaps, helping the content make more sense. The class is open to people of all ages, but is focused on school level maths.
RezaFundamentals of math or physics at the level of highschool or higher
As a phd in physics with several years experience at universities and in industry, I can help you learn the fundamentals of math and physics building a solid foundation for your higher education. My teaching plan will be tailored to your short and long term needs.
CesarMath, Physics, Engineering, and All Things Science!
I am a physicist who has served as a math, physics, and engineering teacher for several years and I have over 10 years of experience privately tutoring individuals from young teenagers to adults. In particular, I have extensive experience in the following subjects... Physics - I can help you with the most basic level courses to the most advance. I am able to approach the subject conceptually and mathematically. Math - I have experience with all levels of math. I have spent a great deal of time privately tutoring with the subjects of algebra, statistics, calculus. Engineering - I have experience teaching engineering design practices, CAD modeling, and using the problem solving approach. I have also spent a good amount of times tutoring with basic chemistry, biology, and programming.
Houssem EddineA Maths teacher teaches Maths, Algebra and Geometry
An experienced teacher at your disposal for: - Methodology adapted to all levels. - Upgrading. - Consolidation of achievements. - Preparation for an examination / competition (CEB, CE1D, CESS.etc). - Help with homework and lessons. - Complementary exercises and review as controls and exams approach. - Advice and supervision at the level of working methods. - Recommended teaching methods. Currently, I am doing my maths aggregation. I am already an electromechanical engineer, graduated as a senior technician in electronics and electrical engineering and who passed my bachelor's degree in mathematics with honors. I teach in different technical fields and especially mathematics, algebra and electronics. At the level of my teaching methods, I use those that are advised pedagogically, I always try to explain and detail as much as possible the courses and I do not pass to the following stages until after making sure that the student understood what I explained. As a teacher, I already have a good experience teaching with students for 6 years. What is certain, I make sure to always go as far as possible to explain the exercises.
OumarPhysics course: working methods, monitoring and permanent evaluation
From the introduction to physical sciences to the Bac through competitions or patents such as CAP, BFEM, BT, .... we offer complete and very accessible courses for any profile of learners in chemistry and physical. We will explain the course and then concretize by exercises of application. Also suggest series of exercises of increasing degree of difficulty if the student does not already have one. From this the learner will be able to fill in his gaps and master his lessons well and then apply them as necessary. We carry out a regulated follow-up of the progress according to the program. Homework is prepared regardless of its nature: home or control. There are also permanent exchanges with the parents in order to better find the methods and solutions specific to each student. Thank you
MariaAmerican Program Physics: Interactive Concepts Class
Join this class to learn physics interactively with lots of inquiry, hands on experience, daily life applications and problems solving. You will learn the WHYs and HOWs with educational strategies supported by Science Education research. Methods and Techniques aren't randomly chosen, they're customised to meet the needs and educational background of the student.