...I am only available in the evenings and don't really want to travel too far for lessons (I am really only doing this because I love tutoring in math).
Unlike a lot of math majors, I am a people person. I love explaining the technical side of things to non-math majors, and I don't think that w... (read more)
...One of my greatest strengths as a tutor is the ability to reframe and approach the same concepts from different angles, allowing me to adapt my teaching style to best fit the student’s learning style. As an engineering student, I've developed a strong understanding and command of Algebra, Calcul... (read more)
...Prior to tutoring, I was an engineering manager for over 20 years during which time I learned the value of active listening. I employ the Covey approach of seek first to understand... which has worked well in both Engineering career and as a tutor. I invite you to try one or two sessions with me to determine so I can demonstrate that I'm the right tutor for you. (read more)
I have liked mathematics for a long time. It was my favorite subject through school. I received a bachelors in mathematics from Central Washington University in 1995, a masters in mathematics from Washington State University in 2000, and a PhD from Washington State University in 2004. (read more)
...I can also help with Engineering coursework (Intro to Engineering/Dimensional Analysis, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Chemical Processes/Kinetics).
From my time tutoring privately, I have found that each person learns in their own unique way, and you really need to communicate with someone an... (read more)