...My first paid tutoring experience was working at the College of the Holy Cross Calculus Workshop. The workshop is a one-on-one setting where students can ask for help on their homework problems and practice in preparation for tests and quizzes. I worked at the workshop for two years, during my sophomore and junior years at Holy Cross. (read more)
...I have previously taught Algebra II at the high school level. I also focus on a number of Algebra II topics when I teach my Pre-Calculus students. As Algebra II topics continually show up on the SAT, I revisit these types of questions throughout the course. (read more)
...I specialize in math skills of all types, and love playing with numbers. I chose to become a teacher because my favorite moment is that ah-ha moment when a student who was struggling with a concept figures out a way to approach it that makes sense to them. I enjoy incorporating movement (throwi... (read more)
...I graduated in 1999 from MIT with a Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering. Most recently, I completed my Master of Education degree at Harvard University. I have been teaching engineering courses at Northeastern University and tutoring math in Boston since 2006. (read more)
...At the college level, I have tutored physics to students of Boston area colleges, including MIT, Tufts, BU, and Northeastern. I was also an undergraduate teaching assistant for the classical mechanics physics class while I myself was a student at MIT.
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My initi... (read more)