I tutor college-level and college-prep mathematics, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus , calculus and statistics (and ACT and SAT prep).
I am a college professor here in New Hampshire and have also tutored college students in Massachusetts. I have an engineering degree and adv... (read more)
...I currently hold a preliminary license in Mathematics 6-8 and 8-12 and am completed coursework for an initial licensure with an expected completion date of May 2014. Additionally, I have taken graduate coursework in Geometry for Teachers, Classroom Diversity, Classroom Management and have tutored in middle and high schools. I am a full time teaching fellow at a high school for 9th graders. (read more)
...Instead of providing one simple example after another, I found it largely beneficial to provide complex examples that exercise many concepts at once to demonstrate the connectivity of the content. When the material is studied at this level, deeper connections can be made and the material can be ... (read more)
...The work and exercises can be quite abstract at times. As the student moves through the chosen curriculum, it is important, as with algebra, that the student do well in all early material as the concepts build and the load of new knowledge continues to grow. The close relationship between algeb... (read more)
As a full-time math teacher, there's nothing I love more than watching a student finally understand a concept they've been struggling with for a while. It's almost like cracking a code -- phrases, ideas, or diagrams that previously made no sense at all suddenly slide in to place and are as clear as... (read more)