...I love learning and teaching statistics and research methods (i.e., both quantitative and qualitative).
I have an undergraduate degree in psychology and master’s of science in experimental psychology. I have designed and run studies on both people and rats. I have extensive experience in cognitive psychology, general psychology and the psychology of learning. (read more)
...While some approach science and math education in a linear and dry fashion, i believe it is exciting and dynamic and I teach it as such. I draw on both academic background and professional career. With a BS and MS in Chemical Engineering (Lehigh University, Johns Hopkins) and a quantitative MBA... (read more)
...I have tutored a Korean student who passed HSK (hanyu shuiping kaoshi), level 8. Let the struggles with numbers stop. We will go through your barriers together and you will find how beautiful math is.I have a degree in computational mathematics, which requires calculus 1-3, real analysis, which are advanced calculus. (read more)
...It is often taught by professors who are very smart, but are not so great at communicating the techniques. Some professors seem to just throw an equation on the board and expect you to understand it, and others seem to be overly interested in proving things. Fortunately for me, I had a great professor for Differential Equations. (read more)
...I have found that when I applied my methods of learning to those I have tutored, it has helped them immensely. When teaching abstract mathematical subjects, I try to remove the abstraction as much as possible and put the problem into concrete and conceivable conditions. I also feel very strongly about the subjects I study and want those around me to feel the same. (read more)