...How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why fear and luck of confidence close that door? A child-centered, developmental key can open that door. (read more)
...Additionally, I like to foster an open line of communication with my students so that they can ask me questions that need to be answered sooner than the next time that we can arrange to meet. Ultimately, I hope to build up the confidence of my students and to equip them with critical thinking an... (read more)
...I hold a bachelors in science in Bioengineering from the university of California Los Angeles. My tutoring experience spans from the tutoring lab at the local community college, private tutoring and tutoring peers at UCLA. Tutoring has always been fun for me, I live to see that aha moment when the students finally understand after struggling for the past three days. (read more)
...As part of my responsibilities, I set up training institutes to make our sales teams better, so my heart was always close to education. (During those years, I tutored my own children who graduated from Ivy League schools on the way to their own professional careers.) Bored after my retirement, I... (read more)
...The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is that I only saw my students an average of 2.5 times per week (2 days one week, 3 days the next, alternating).
I was trained as a Classicist, a Chemist, and a Mathematician. I have enjoyed... (read more)