...Additionally, I have a B.S. in Psychology and Sociology, as well as an M.S. in Education and Psychology. I began tutoring in undergrad helping middle and high school students in literature, writing, research, and history. Since then I have worked in various educational settings in diverse roles. (read more)
...I am a proponent for making sure my students understand the "why" and the theory behind the subject, then with understanding the how. I find this helps a lot with knowledge retention, as well, with real life application and relevance of the studied content. Again, I am excited to get to know you, and I look forward to assisting you with your educational goals. (read more)
...After 1 year as a HVAC Design Engineer, I started teaching math (Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II)then AP Physics AP calculus for thelast 15 years.
4 My AP exam pass rate was 100% for the first 3 years. Every year since, almost all my AP Calculus students (math and physics) have passed the AP exa... (read more)
...I started my career in the laboratory, as a laboratory technician and then a bench chemist. Later, I lead a team of chemists, mostly older than me. I transitioned into a business development role, buying and selling intellectual property, and worked my way to become a director with global accountability for a F500 company. (read more)
...I was also a single mother or three children who progressed to college so I have experience with elementary and secondary school learning. During my undergrad classes I mastered courses such as college biology, ecology, microbiololgy, cell biology, genetics, biochemistry, and chemistry and organ... (read more)