Monthly Archives: February 2013

Extreme Self-tutoring of Math and Related Subjects

Anyone who wants an extreme academic challenge should read this Study Hacks blog post. Most of the students I have tutored in math, physics, and sometimes chemistry have already had good study skills so I don’t spend much time writing … Continue reading

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Distance Education with a Tutor

As a tutor of math, physics, and sometimes chemistry, most of my students have been enrolled in traditional classroom-based courses. A few, however, have been taking courses through the distance education programs of such institutions as SIDES and Thompson Rivers … Continue reading

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Physicist Speaks to Graduating Class

After my friend Shawn Carlson finished a Ph.D. in physics, he became dedicated to involving people of all ages in all areas of science. In more recent years he has focused on a younger audience with his Labrats Science Education … Continue reading

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