...I feel the most important thing to succeeding in any math course is to understand what you are doing not just trying to memorize a list of steps. I enjoy seeing students finally having a "light bulb" moment and feeling confident. I am certified to teach k-12 but prefer the high school level. (read more)
...I've researched bone regeneration at Tulane, protein biophysics at Brown and have been involved in more programming projects than I can count. I enjoy running, especially on trails or in the rain, and I try to go once every day. I'm generally a very active person. (read more)
...I graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology with a Bachelor's in Science and majored in Chemical Biology. As part of my work, I tutor students in math and science-related topics. I try to be very flexible in my teaching. (read more)
...Students that I taught entered Johns Hopkins University, Syracuse University, Penn State University, Temple university, Ursinus University and so on. I have 16 years of experience in tutoring Math for mainly high school students. I taught Algebra1 and 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Calculus and SAT math. (read more)
I am a full time Assistant Professor of Mathematics and have prior experience teaching middle and high school students. I am very patient, thorough, clear and passionate.
I love teaching Algebra and SAT math, but will gladly teach any subject the student needs.