...Another student I tutored one day looked at me in bewilderment and said,"You're fun."
For both of these students, we could have fun because teaching for me is not transactional but transformational. When students learn, it's not because I simply convey information to students to absorb as spong... (read more)
...In mathematics, I have experience with remedial algebra for children who have fallen behind, all the way through college Calc 2. For Science, I have taught Physical Science, Biology, Physics and Chemistry... so much chemistry...My educational background consists of a 4 year bachelor's degree in ... (read more)
...I have taken many advanced Spanish courses and have spent time studying in both Mexico and Spain. For most lessons, I do a brief chapter overview and then we work on homework problems or extra examples if need be. When I teach, I explain concepts simply and clearly, and in different ways if necessary. (read more)
I am a retired service member and a semi-retired engineer. I have three master's degrees (civil engineering, business administration, and public health) and several certificates (project management, facility management, and geographic information systems) and a diploma in computer programming and a... (read more)
...It is the key to the success for students who are interested in the STEM field. With a strong background in math, many problems in the field become easier. And I've also seen a lot of student suffering the up level class in college because of lack of math skills . Therefore, I put some effort on math while raising my own kids, and found that teaching math is a fun job for me. (read more)