...I enjoy working with students one-on-one or in small groups and helping them to really understand and appreciate mathematics. As an Algebra II teacher, I have significant experience teaching trigonometry as well as multiple resources to help students understand it in a variety of contexts and ap... (read more)
...I have a BA in physics from New College of Florida (2013) and I have a MS degree also in physics from UW (2015). I perform experimental physics research in atomic physics (ask me about it if you're curious!).
I was a teaching assistant at New College for courses like introductory physics and ca... (read more)
...On practice exams I show the student how to determine the correct answers quickly. I show the student how to "map" paragraphs in order to extract out key information. I also show the student how to identify organizational patterns and structures in sentences and paragraphs, and identify incorrect grammar. (read more)
I studied Mathematics as an undergraduate, and as a graduate student I also took courses in Probability and Statistics. As a Graduate Instructor for a Data Analysis course at UC Berkeley, I helped Education Grad students with questions and review, as well as co-taught a computer lab section. More ... (read more)
9 Subjects: includingAlgebra 1,Geometry,SAT Math,Elementary Math
...My areas of expertise include writing, grammar, editing, reading, psychology, music, and American sign language, though I am also competent in tutoring math and basic science. I've helped people who are preparing to take the GRE. I spent the last school year working as a special education teach... (read more)