...It can be very intimidating when you first learn the material. But, believe it or not, a lot of chemistry is built from a foundation of relatively simple concepts. I try to figure out if there are any gaps in my students' knowledge, and I help them understand what they are doing in their classes. (read more)
...Now I am armed with a B.A. in Math (graduated with a 4.0 GPA and three math awards from Rutgers University) and the New Jersey Teacher of Mathematics Certificate. I also tutored Calculus and Algebra at Rutgers University Learning Center. I do not just have a profound knowledge of Math, I am also very skilled at communicating this knowledge to my students in ways they can relate to. (read more)
...Higher-order thinking is a very valuable skill in today's workforce, and its development and cultivation in my students is central to my instructional methods. I incessantly preach, "If you have to memorize something, then you do not understand it sufficiently."
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Does learning math seem daunting? It doesn't have to be, and I can help you learn and have fun doing it. As a public policy adviser for more than 20 years, I've advised governors, mayors, legislators and other senior officials on making wise policy decisions. (read more)
I have a degree in Mathematics from Alvernia University. I tutored at Northampton Community College from 1999-2015, so I have seen many things in my time. I am one of those people who has been tutoring my entire life; that 'smart' kid who sat next to you, the one who could explain everything to you in a far easier manner, yes, that's me. (read more)