Daniel Whiteside

High school STEM tutor - math, physics, chemistry, computer skills, test prep


If you are visiting the site, you're probably wondering how to book a lesson or sign up for a class with Daniel - you're in the right place! The purpose of this site is to provide a resource for students and to make education fun. You'll be able to find out how to book a lesson, information about the live streaming Calculus AB Question and Answer sessions, and - if you're a subscriber - the video archive of all past live streams. To get access to the live streams and the video archive, you must login and then pay for a monthly subscription via PayPal. The full live stream schedule for Spring 2019 is posted below.

Daniel has over 10 years of experience teaching and tutoring students of all skill levels in math, science, test preparation, and computer skills. He currently offers private lessons and does web-broadcast Q&A sessions several times per week. He really loves math, physics, and programming, but also has a passion for psychology and motivating students to reach their full potential. Check out the updates below for important information regarding live streams and private lessons.

How My Subscriptions Work

Live streams are available by purchasing a monthly subscription to this site. Subscription plans are $40/month, billed automatically via PayPal, and include unlimited access to live streams and access to the video archive of all the past streams. Subscribing is easy! All you have to do is create an account, login to the user portal, and then click on the the subscribe button!

Live Stream Schedule

Live Streaming Schedule: Spring 2019 (Weekly). All broadcast times are Central Time. Schedule subject to change.
Date Topic
Sundays 8:00-8:30pm Calculus AB QandA
Tuesdays 8:30-9:00pm Calculus AB QandA

For additional questions or support, please email whiteside.danielj@gmail.com

Updates From Daniel

(Posted March 24th): This website is brand new, and I am still in the experimental phase. I intend to add more content and schedule additional weekly live streams as I get some feedback from my audience about what they want to learn and what courses are giving the most problems. I have a lot of experience working with students on STEM problems from these courses: Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Computer Science. If you have any comments or suggestions, please shoot me an email. I'd love to get your input!