...I have also worked with middle school students the last two summers. I have worked with students who range in age from 10 to 60+.
A lot of people know math, a lot of people can tutor math, but for me it's about the individual needing help. Everyone has their own style of learning. (read more)
...I have my degree in Mechanical Engineering, having graduated with a 3.95 GPA on a 4.0 scale. I received an A in all my Mathematics and Physics-based courses (including Calculus, trigonometry, physics and statistics) and was routinely the top student in my class. I have been working as an engineer for Toyota since graduation and am now tutoring because I enjoy teaching. (read more)
...I love tutoring because it allows me to meet new people, and help them with the subject matter. I have worked as a private mathematics and physics tutor. In addition, I have worked as a mathematics tutor for the Math Lab at City College of San Francisco. (read more)
...When I teach math concepts such as Geometry/Math 2, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the math concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to the language of math so I'll discuss the etymology of unique math terms. Math has a natural connection to history and science and Geometry/Math 2 especially connects well to the arts and architecture. (read more)
...We have all these topics in Trigonometry, the study of sine and cosine and tangent relationships, Pythagorean identities, angle sum and difference identities, double angle and multiple angle formulas, power reduction and half angle formulas, products to sum and sum to products identities, inverse... (read more)