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I can tutor high school and college students in Mathematics through Calculus 3
long description:
As a graduate student in Mathematics and current instructor at Indiana University, I
am capable of tutoring many different types of Mathematics. Starting at Algebra and
Geometry, through Calculus, I have tutored and taught many different types of
students. I can meet with students any way they would like to work.
level of difficulty:
all welcome
minimum class size:
1
availability:
I am available in the mornings on MWF, and every weekday
evening.
fee comments:
n.a.

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Mathematics Tutor


live session


I can tutor high school and college students in Mathematics through Calculus 3


1h 0m















languages:
English
fee:
35US$ (350lp)
payment:
on satisfaction delivery method:
live online and selfpaced






James McShane



description of :
I grew up in South Bend, IN, and my mother was a high
school math teacher. I was exposed to teaching from a
very young age, and especially interested in math. At
Xavier University, I majored in mathematics, and worked
in a number of different tutoring programs. After that, I
attended the University at Buffalo for a year, leading
recitations in four different Calculus classes. Now, I
attend Indiana University and am an instructor for Basic
Algebra at the University. I also have tutored students at
the university in a variety of courses.
Teacher's qualifications:
Indiana University
Associate Instructor
Graduate Program in Math Aug. 2011present
GPA: 4.0/4.0
M014 Basic Algebra Instructor  2 Semesters
University at Buffalo
Teaching Assistant
Graduate Program in Mathematics
GPA 3.84/4.0
Lead 4 Calculus Recitations
Xavier University
B.S. in Mathematics
GPA 3.713/4.0
Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Honor Society
Richard J. Wehrmeyer Pi Mu Epsilon Reward
Department Kramer/Miller Award
Eagle Scout
YWCA LEARN GED Program Tutor
Inner City Youth Opportunities Tutor
's preferred teaching style:
My teaching style, especially oneonone, is based very
much on the Socratic method. I will ask students
questions to direct them toward understanding the
material they are working with. My goal is to build
confidence in my students to allow them to do their work
on their own.


