...I incessantly preach, "If you have to memorize something, then you do not understand it sufficiently."
The third of the three doctrines around which my instructional philosophy revolves is “Care.” Often attributed to Teddy Roosevelt, a quotation that eloquently and succinctly encapsulates my pos... (read more)
I am a 2015 graduate of Ursinus College, from where I received my Bachelor's of Science in Mathematics with minors in Statistics, Computer Science, and Secondary Education. Upon completing my semester of Student Teaching in the Spring-Ford Area School District during the fall of 2015, I am now a st... (read more)
...I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university. I hold degrees in economics and business and an MBA. (read more)
...At Rutgers I would often have 25-30 students at the Learning Center at once waiting for tutoring and am well equipped to handle pressure. As a tutor I always emphasize understanding, not just "plug and chug," and help students figure out the material on their own. Something that I also do as a tutor is encourage speed. (read more)
Hi, I am an experienced math instructor having taught a range of math courses from pre-algebra to statistics to calculus. I use many examples to illustrate various math concepts and I will review any math concepts multiple times to assist with student comprehension. My background includes a Master... (read more)