...I began tutoring for the campus’ math lab in 1998 and also started tutoring 1-on-1 that same year. In April 2000, I obtained my CRLA Master Tutoring Certificate, and, in December 2001, I was inducted into the Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society. With over 20 years of 1-on-1 mathematics tutoring experi... (read more)
...I have both class-room and one-on-one tutoring experience.Completed Algebra with A+ (Gainesville College).
Completed other math courses, including calculus series and graduate math at Georgia Tech. I have helped develop software for teaching English reading skills. I have an MS degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. (read more)
...I enjoy teaching it because it is the beginning of the bridge from algebra and geometry to calculus, combining elements of all topics. It is very important to understand the concepts early in the course--you do not want to fall behind. I believe trig should be taught as it was years ago, with an emphasis on rigor and the concepts, and not RELYING on the calculator. (read more)
...The test is scored in four areas, English, math, language and science, and contains 13 sub content areas. The test has a total of 170 questions and uses an objective format. There is a math portion of the TEAS and calculators cannot be used. (read more)