...My abilities to find patterns in the questions and how the answers can be eliminated helped me perform at a strong level all throughout my academic career. My SAT Math and Writing scores were among the top in the nation when I took them back in 1997 as a Sophomore in High School. I have always been a strong standardized test taker. (read more)
...I am a professional chemist. While my professional interests lie in chemical research, particularly the engineering of polymers, I find teaching to be a very rewarding hobby. I scored well in Algebra, when I took it in grade school, and it has been an integral part of my skill-set ever since. (read more)
...I believe that seeing the diversity of student's learning is a great benefit to my future as an educator.Middle School math education degree.
substitute teacher. I have a math bachelor's degree and am a math teacher. I was two years as a tutor at HACC, including Algebra 2. (read more)
...The laboratories taught techniques necessary for that course. Organic Chemistry was the class I learned to use instrumentation. It taught me how to use NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance), IR (Infrared), and UV-Vis (Ultra-violet-visible) spectroscopies. (read more)
...I currently teach statistics for Community College of Vermont and Southern New Hampshire University. I hold a Master's in Applied Math from Johns Hopkins with a concentration in mathematical statistics. I teach math at CCV and conduct test preparation workshops in the Burlington area. (read more)