One-on-One Tutoring with Prof. Patrick – Physics

    $144*

    “Like math, physics is often taught linearly . But, everyone learns at a very different pace! Even though physics can be very fun to learn, some students are left behind or become bored. In one-on-one tutoring, your student gets to learn at their own pace!” ~ Prof. Patrick

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    Tutoring with Prof Patrick - Physics
    Novice EducatorProf. Patrick Stein
    Content LevelsGrades 6-7 • Middle School
    Grades 7-8 • Junior High
    Grades 9-10 • Lower High School
    Grades 11-12 • Upper High School
    Course Length8 hours
    Live Webinars Held OnPer family's schedule

    Are you ready to explore the intricacies of physics?

    Physics tends to be more math-intensive than other scientific subjects. When Patrick was taking his first physics course, he had to choose a more simplistic course because he didn’t know calculus yet! However, most interesting topics in physics can be discussed without high-level math. Patrick is eager to help students learn physics and connect it to math in their own way.

    Physics is a very broad topic, but the wide variety of material can make it hard to fully understand. Advanced physics courses also require strong math and problem solving skills. This can make physics an unusually challenging subject, and it can be overwhelming to practice and develop physics skills. Patrick has experience with a full sequence of college physics courses and understands how to overcome frustration related to complex learning and problem solving.

    For some students, physics education can be unsatisfying and too basic. In particular, if a student is not already at a very high level of math, they usually won’t be introduced to more interesting concepts! Patrick is eager to share fascinating physics details that students are ready to learn. He will also share more information about general physics topics that are normally glossed over.

    Questions? Feel free to reach out to the instructor: Prof. Patrick Stein

    What to expect during the tutoring webinar:

    • Weekly webinars are 60 minutes long.
    • During the webinar, your student receives one-on-one tutoring with the instructor. This may include discussing new material, working through practice problems together, and reviewing any troubling concepts.

    Tutoring Session Length: 

    • 8 hours

    Students should be willing to:

    • Be prepared for the webinar.
    • Actively participate via the microphone.
    • Finish assignments before the webinar so we can discuss them.
    • Maintain communication via email.