...There are only so many ways that a chemistry question can be asked. I show students how to tackle different kinds of questions and help them through the math portions as well. I find Geometry is actually the beginning of logic based learning and can impact how a student digests information even outside of math. (read more)
...My license enables me to teach all subjects related to the social sciences- which include world history. I graduated from UMass Lowell's history department with highest honors in a bachelor of arts program. I have experience working with children in all subject matters through substitute teaching and part time tutoring with a company in Taunton, MA, including Elementary Math. (read more)
...I have taught AP Calculus for 17 years (both AB & BC). In addition I have been an AP Calculus Reader and therefore know exactly the concepts required by the AP Collegeboard and how the tests are scored. In addition I have tutored a number of college students taking Calculus I and Calculus II. Most of my college students are either Engineering majors. (read more)
...The successful attainment of a student's goals is when he/she is confident in understanding and maintaining his/her new skills in a variety of settings. Many of the students I have worked with in the past few years, while teaching and in tutoring, have had a variety of learning needs such as lea... (read more)
...I have found that one of the major issues that chemistry students have is the fact that they cannot see, feel, hear, touch or taste an atom, and yet they are asked to take on faith that "this is what an atom looks like, and this is how and why a substance reacts with other substances."
I find tha... (read more)