...My favorite are experiments. When you don't know the answer and you can design an experiment or series of experiments to help find the answer, that is very gratifying! Matrices, vectors and n-dimensional spaces are the bread and butter of linear algebra. (read more)
Throughout my college experience, I worked through a college office to tutor my peers. I gained a great amount of satisfaction from this, and it actually caused me to change my career goals. Instead of looking into research, I decided I wanted to become a teacher. (read more)
...One of the first things I do when I meet with a student is talk to the individual to pinpoint those areas causing difficulties. For example, I will ask how the student performs on test. During the sessions, I will notice areas to improve, such as does the student have difficulties with performing operations with fractions. (read more)
...During my last semester in college, I became a peer tutor for Student Support Services and helped many Associate level students graduate. I am preparing for the GRE and hope to begin a Master's in Education. I wish to teach full-time in the classroom; you can be certain that I am dedicated to teaching. (read more)
...It is such a great feeling when I see students faces light up and they exclaim "now I get it."
I specialize in tutoring students in elementary and middle school math, science and reading. My goals are to help young people become comfortable doing what at first seems difficult, while cha... (read more)