...I graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University, specializing in thermodynamics and compressible fluid flow theory. I have been teaching for over 12 years in various subjects. My latest venture has been the previous 5 years instructing sailors aboard Submarines in nuclear operations, reactor dynamics, and radiological fundamentals. (read more)
7 Subjects: includingTrigonometry,Algebra 1,Algebra 2,SAT Math
...I highly recommend him to any student struggling with statistics. This information not only makes sense now, but I am also jazzed about learning it. He started by disproving that I have a learning disability, built up my confidence, and then taught the information with absolute clarity."
Bertha: "You're expensive, but worth it." (Parent).
Lauren: "Thanks again for everything. (read more)
...Everywhere we look someone is trying to convince us of something and they are all using numbers to make their point. Understanding what these numbers mean and identifying the patterns and relationships that are hidden in the data is important for everyone these days. I know from my experience as a student and as a teacher that learning is strongly affected by environment. (read more)
...Even the students that breezed through Algebra 1 can get stumbled in Algebra 2 concepts just because there are so many things that have to come together in their brains before they can master it. I enjoy the challenge of "getting all their ducks in the row" so to speak, so that they can then pro... (read more)
...I help students understand the principles involved and build confidence in their skills an abilities. I observe the students' problem solving process and provide constructive feedback. My goal is to make learning the material easy and enjoyable. (read more)