...After working for many years in the financial services industry, I returned to Princeton to complete their Teacher Preparation Program and do my student teaching. I also took a number of math courses at Princeton which was a great opportunity to study with some brilliant teachers. I am now a NJ state certified math teacher. (read more)
...I teach CS either in-person or online via a screen-sharing platform so that the student always has control of the mouse and keyboard. Visual Basic is great for designing Windows Forms. I have written dozens of VB programs including a fully functional payroll application which calculates and stores employee pay and taxes. (read more)
...The mathematics of Calculus is used extensively in the teaching of Physics. I am completely familiar with the subjects as it is used in physics courses. I am an Adjunct Professor of Physics. (read more)
...I can teach or tutor nearly any math, at any level, including: Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, and all levels of Calculus (and even a few higher math levels).
I am a graduate math student, part-time math tutor, and adjunct university teacher. So I've taught students at all levels. Before returning to school to study math, I had a long computer programming career. (read more)
...I majored in Mathematics and Economics and while going to school I tutored Math and General Statistics for 3 years. I first started in 2012 tutoring in a building called MC KEMY at Northwest Missouri State University, where students are forced to stay for my tutoring sessions. I did not really like that because students sometimes did not want to be there. (read more)