...I have expanded the Forensics and Anatomy Departments here at Seacrest. My goals in class are to incorporate learning and fun. I have found that if there is no levity many of my students get frustrated. (read more)
...I take great pride in being able to explain mathematics in a way that will help you understand the material and not feel so lost or frustrated. Please contact me if you'd like to know what the heck is going on in your study of mathematics. Sincerely,
Your local math translatorI teach calculus at FGCU. (read more)
...In my Ph.D. studies, we used Allen P. Ross's Hebrew text (I also am familiar with the Pratico-Van Pelt and Lambdin texts) and I earned the highest possible marks in the class over two semesters. My professor had taught the language for about 25 years, so I learned a lot from his pedagogy as well. (read more)
...Work with pronunciation and the French accent.
4. Provide excellent test and quiz preparation to ensure optimal results. The most important aspect of studying French is not only speaking another language, but having fun learning about another culture. (read more)
I have a PhD. and MS in chemistry from Ohio State University as well as an MS in science education from the same university. I worked as a research chemist in the pharmaceutical industry for 34 years. I have many publications in scientific peer reviewed journals. (read more)