A PhD from Boston University and 30+ years of teaching and industry experience. My motto "Relevant Education which imparts knowledge, once coupled with skills, is essential to shine and prosper in practical life."
Building concepts are more important than solving academic exercise problems. Clear... (read more)
...With my math minor, I have taken courses up to differential equations including calculus 1, 2, and 3, linear algebra, and college algebra. I also scored very well on the math portion of the SAT. My major is in chemistry, so I have taken all the necessary classes for the degree, including a few specialty classes for American Chemical Society certification. (read more)
...My initial focus will be to determine how my student learns best and helping him/her to understand the material being covered. Basically, my approach is summed up with an acronym PDCA (plan, do, check, act). Plan: Come to the tutorial prepared to teach and having a learning game plan for my student. Do: Using examples, demonstrated the application of the learning material. (read more)
7 Subjects: includingSAT Math,Geometry,Algebra 2,ACT Math
...Each summer, I have worked in school and home settings providing educational and behavioral interventions to children with severe behavior challenges. These experiences have allowed me to be creative in my teaching as well as accommodating to individuals of all learning abilities. I can help students prepare for any or all of the sections of the ACT in the way that best suits their needs. (read more)
...I a graduated student from University of Texas with a Master's degree in Accounting. Before that I worked for 4 years as a tutor for different courses. I also teach students in college and private school, so I have had nearly 200 students. (read more)