...Finally, I hold an active Illinois Substitute Teacher License for K-12. I have enjoyed classroom teaching experiences at both the university and the community college level for classes ranging in size from 10-30 students. Additionally, I have done face-to-face and online training in a corporate setting for groups of 1-30. (read more)
...I have been a home school teacher, where I taught middle school math and science. I have worked in a elementary school (K-7) while in Americorps. I have tutored college level material since 2003 (with a bit of a break during grad school). I have tutored preparation for the SAT and GRE, both in content and technique. (read more)
...I have a strong understanding of algebraic concepts, equations, and problem solving. I have simple methods to demystify new concepts. I have used Calculus in almost all of my classes since my third year of high school. (read more)
With my teaching experience of all levels of high school mathematics and the appropriate use of technology, I will do everything to find a way to help you learn mathematics. I can not promise a quick fix, but I will not stop working if you make the effort.
-Bill (read more)
...I taught linear programming, critical path method, queuing system and forecasting in Chapman University included functions and relations, conic systems, matrix algebra, probability. When I was a UW student, after I took differential equations, I tutored this subject to college students. Also, as an Electrical Engineering student, I studied about Laplace Transform and Fourier Series. (read more)