...It's easy and takes mere minutes!). Please note: this means that I am often blunt to the point of being brusque. I am your tutor, not your friend, and I am here to help you change your behavior to make you learn more effectively. I don't mince words or try to soften the blow: I will tell you what you are doing wrong and how you can get better. (read more)
...Before coming to CSU, I got my bachelor's degree at a famous university in China that specially cultivates middle school and high school teachers. My major was mathematics, and I got a teacher's certificate in China. I tutored several undergraduates from CSU last year. (read more)
...I started my college career at a community college. The first class I ever taught was Intro to Statistics and it is the class I have taught more than any other course. I have also taught (and tutored) basic math, algebra (I, II, and college), trigonometry, finite math and calculus. (read more)
...Introductory inorganic chemistry is the use of quantitative reasoning to make predictions about what happens in chemical reactions. You want to know how much carbon dioxide and water will be produced from the burning of methane gas? Just use the chemical concept of molar mass and the coefficients in front of the elements and compounds in the chemical equation, and you've got the answer! (read more)
...I have practiced engineering for 29 years (12 years in the U.S. Air Force, and 17 years while working for National Home Insurance Company).
While at National Home Insurance Company, I trained staff structural engineers in analysis of nationwide structural and geotechnical residential situations... (read more)