...This technique helps students to learn basic ideas so they can follow them until they are able to understand more complex ones. I am a very flexible person. Since different students have different ways of learning and some of them require special attention, I show students how to approach math and science problems more than one way.
San Francisco, CAView Tutor
I am on leave from the Economics Ph. D. program at Stanford after a triple major in Physics, Mathematics, and Economics at Williams College. I have worked as a teacher, tutor, camp organizer, writer, and editor in the meanwhile and enjoy teaching a diverse variety of students and subjects.
Palo Alto, CAView Tutor
...I've been programming and studying computer science for years. As a computational neuroscientist and part-time web-developer, I am skilled in both scientific programming and web application design. I code on a daily basis: neural network algorithms, web applications (for analysis/visualization of neuroscience data), and one-off scripts for all kinds of data manipulation tasks.
Berkeley, CAView Tutor
...When I meet with my students, I like to create a plan and provide resources that will help them focus on their areas of difficulty. This allows them to learn at a reasonable pace and with confidence. As for meeting with my students, I prefer a quiet study space such as a library or bookstore (ex.
Walnut Creek, CAView Tutor
...I then decided to take two gap years before medical school, and worked as a computational biologist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in Boston, MA. There I developed extensive experience using programming and statistics to mine cancer genome data. In my free time, I love to play music.
Stanford, CAView Tutor