...My father and mother have always been my first line of technical support, and over time I absorbed every solution and/or method of finding or deriving a solution. I have instructed students in how to get the most out of their programs, applications, browsers, and machines, and how to troubleshoo... (read more)
...I began coaching writers while still in high school, and have continued through the graduate and professional levels. A lifelong theater practitioner, I have a 10+ year career as a theater director, with work performed in New York, Los Angeles, and regionally. I received an MFA in Directing from Carnegie Mellon's School of Drama, where I also taught three semesters of Acting for Non-Majors. (read more)
...The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is that I only saw my students an average of 2.5 times per week (2 days one week, 3 days the next, alternating).
I was trained as a Classicist, a Chemist, and a Mathematician. I have enjoyed... (read more)
...I have recently finished my Master's in Applied Meteorology at Mississippi State University in 2014 and recently finished a professional certificate in Geographic Information Systems in 2016. Throughout my education, I have gained a background in Chemistry, Physics, and of course Math. Ever since I was young, Math has been one of my favorite subjects and it is evident in my experiences. (read more)
...In calculus 1 I even ran a workshop and hour before class in order to summarize the lecture that was to come. Prealgebra is a matter of patience and determination. Typically a student will be taught a specific technique to approach a problem and slowly more complex problems will be introduced that challenge the initial model. (read more)