...Since I was in college, I had dreams of becoming a university professor. The subject that most intrigued me was organic chemistry. When I tell that to other people, their response is usually, "But its SO HARD!" At which point I exclaim, "Not if you really understand whats going on!"
As humans, we are prone to treat learning a new subject, such as organic chemistry, as a memorization game. (read more)
...I have the 5th edition of the Stewart textbook, an excellent book used by many schools, and the student solutions manual 5th edition. I also enjoy the fact that as complicated as calculus is mathematically, many of its concepts and theorems are intuitively clear, such as continuity & differentiability, IVT, MVT, extrema, and some infinite series tests. These aid in teaching to students. (read more)
...As a second major during my undergraduate career, I pursued Studio Art with a concentration in photography. This concentration allowed me to engage with both analog and digital photography. I have been able to successfully pass on photography skills to my art students. (read more)
...I have also taught in a huge classroom setting and I find that it is a necessary skill to learn in a large group format so that you do not get lost in the crowd. I always encourage students to ask as many questions as possible and do my best to always provide them with a thoughtful answer. In t... (read more)
...Over a decade of experience teaching both professional and college level use of the Photoshop program. Visual presentation expert/professional commercial photographer. I have years of experience working with special needs students; including those with learning disabilities and deaf groups/individuals. (read more)