...With regards to geometry, I have used the subject extensively in pre-calculus and calculus, both as a student and as a tutor. It comes up in other math courses, too, such as a "Proof Without Words" course that I took at UT-Austin that was shot through with Geometry Pictures, Theorems, and Proofs... (read more)
...The field of Differential Equations can be a fascinating branch of mathematics that combines an individual's math talents into one course. A solid foundation in Differential Equations will allow you, as a student, to appreciate physics, chemistry, and engineering courses from a whole new viewpoi... (read more)
...I am now tutoring math and enjoy helping my students understand and appreciate mathematics. The "ah ha" moments that my students experience make tutoring so rewarding!
"Who's Who Among American Teachers" - 1998, 2002, 2003
Teacher of the Year - Dept. of Defense Dependents Schools (Kaiserslaute... (read more)
...What one needs most to do as an engineer is to understand the process of problem solving. Problem solving is a skill that can be taught that is applicable to a wide range of tasks. Problem solving skills are far more useful than the rote memorization skills taught in school. (read more)
...I have had 70 scientific publications. I have results in finite-dimensional (matrices) and infinity-dimensional linear operators geometry. I have taught and tutored Linear Algebra, and applied it in my research. (read more)