ZacharyI love teaching others new things, and I enjoy learning new programming languages when I have spare time. I believe that programming is a vital thing to learn as it improves your critical thinking skills and logical thought processes. I would love to assist you with jquery, Java, HTML, C++, and digital media. There are millions of methods for solving the same problem, but it is crucial to find the most efficient one. As a tutor, I earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from North Carolina A&T State University. When I am not tutoring or teaching, I like playing the drums. I also enjoy playing percussion and snare.
North Carolina A & T State University - Current Undergrad, Computer Science
College Computer Science
Elementary School Math
JennaI attended the UNC - Chapel Hill for my bachelor's degree in psychology. I also minored in neuroscience and computer science. I'm currently working in a neuroscience lab doing research, and I'm very much enjoying experimental psychology. I've been tutoring for the past two years helping students at the high school and middle school levels. I more recently begun tutoring adults and college level students as well. I love psychology, I also like to tutor English. I can make topics like literary analysis enjoyable. When I work with a student, I try to form a connection with them as a friend. I want students to trust me and feel like they can ask me anything without feeling inadequate. This makes tutoring run more smoothly, because it allows for open communication. I enjoy helping students prepare for standardized tests as well. I believe that testing is its own unique skill. Standardized tests don't just assess your ability to answer questions; they also assessed your ability to take tests. Test taking is a skill that can be learned, practiced, and mastered. When I have some free time, I enjoy helping out with the campus theater, ballet, doing origami, playing video games, cooking and baking, and embroidery.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Bachelor of Science, Psychology