...And I also have experience tutoring kids at all levels, including algebra 2. To be a chemical engineer, you must be good, if not great, in calculus. With a masters in chemical engineering, it is evident that I do not have to prove my calculus skills. (read more)
...I have both formally and informally tutored since high school and I was a graduate teaching assistant in physics for the 2013-2014 school year. Before my first full teaching assignment I participated in a workshop on modern teaching theory and techniques. While a TA, in addition to my duties of... (read more)
...I love how many real world applications these subjects bring to the table, and I gladly bring real world connections into a typical lesson with my students. When teaching math, my students claim that my use of technology, manipulatives, and explanations are key to their success and understanding. I am a "hands on" tutor if at all possible. (read more)
...And I am proud to say I have never come across a student that hasn't seen an improvement in grades and overall knowledge.
* Math B.S. I have tutored Algebra I & II for a year now at a university. And I am proud to say I have never come across a student that hasn't seen an improvement in grades and overall knowledge. (read more)