...My work there has been aimed at creating new techniques that can move any learner, regardless of sensory preference or learning style (auditory, language, tactile, visual) to subject mastery. More advanced algebra involves quadratic equations, radicals and curvilinear functions. Without a sold base, it's tough stuff. (read more)
...My first degree was in Classics, with an emphasis in Greek. My command of Ancient Greek is complete. Authors that I have read include Plato, Herodotus, Homer, Lysias, Demosthenes, Sophocles, Euripides, New Testament, Lucian, and selections of others. (read more)
...My ultimate goal is to figure out your learning style and cater my teaching style to best suit your needs!!
I will often recommend resources to aid in the study process and will even make personalized videos which I publish in my YouTube channel so students can use as a reference while studyin... (read more)
...When I took the ACT, I scored a 27 in Math, which got me into Calculus I as a freshman in college. After I scored an A in Calc I in my first semester I got a job as a Math tutor for KSU (the college I was attending where the requirement to become a tutor was to have an A in the class(es) you pla... (read more)
...I have worked with students at many ages and ability levels, which has aided my versatility as an teacher. Two of the significant benefits of private instruction are that the student can progress at his or her own pace, and the instructor can take time to find an explanation that the student wil... (read more)