...In addition, I wrote 2 papers per week for the duration of my Bachelor and Master's programs. (That totals many, many papers!) I was given very helpful feedback from my professors, and am eager to share their knowledge and insights with the next generation of students. Finally, I have learned so... (read more)
...While teaching elementary science we raised butterflies from pupae. We made models of atoms from marshmallows and toothpicks (and ate them). We danced the three states of matter. I taught elementary phonics by writing little songs so my students could remember the correct sound by singing. (read more)
...Memorization techniques are learned through taking these organized chunks of information and developing the ability to reorganize it in a sequential order. Higher level skills of analysis and synthesis can be learned while developing new schema and integrating newly related concepts as more cont... (read more)
...Along with chemistry these foundation are the backbone of chemical engineering. In graduate school I also studied using partial differential equations to solve engineering problems. In one research project I used differential equations to develop models to more accurately control reactors dissolving spent nuclear fuel elements in hydrofluoric acid. (read more)
...I have a philosophy minor (Ethics) that included a Logic class. I am primarily a mathematician by training. From the perspective of philosophy, mathematics is "applied Logic" and so it is not unreasonable to suggest that I have a great deal of Logic background (proof writing in particular).
Wh... (read more)