...My patient and effective style is particularly useful when coaching students in Algebra 2. My method for supporting the concepts of variables, equations/inequalities and functions sets my students up for future success! Over the course of my career as a business analyst, I have used intermediat... (read more)
...Probably the only reason I didn't become a history major in college was that I had an excellent political science professor who got me interested in politics, which is, after all future history. (And history is past politics.) My political science courses in college and later graduate school had... (read more)
...Prior to my formal coursework in mathematics at Penn, I have a background in the history and philosophy of math from my undergraduate studies in the Great Books program at St. John's College. I like to show students the theory and beauty of calculus while teaching strategies for effective problem solving from a strong conceptual foundation. (read more)
...As a high school student I took AutoCAD I, II, and III courses and excelled in all of them. I often created more in-depth projects than called for and was the go-to-girl of each class. My teacher acknowledged my exceptional skills and suggested I incorporate AutoCAD into my career. (read more)
I am a full time Assistant Professor of Mathematics and have prior experience teaching middle and high school students. I am very patient, thorough, clear and passionate.
I love teaching Algebra and SAT math, but will gladly teach any subject the student needs.