...Both have graduated college with STEM related degrees and have started their careers. 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. (read more)
...I also run a large industrial arts center, and can relate mathematics to a host of content domains. I have recently completed a Master's in Systems Science from PSU. I'm especially interested in working with students who would like their mathematics grounded in the real world, are interested in crafts or working with tools, or who find math classes too slow. (read more)
...I have always preferred tutoring in a one-on-one style, and value the specialised attention it gives the student to encourage improvement. I earned endorsements from several of my professors to be a primary resource for students. I am a tutor that will try to connect why equations work as they do rather than explaining how to use them in a single question. (read more)
...I usually tutor in a public location such as a public library or coffee shop. That has worked out well as we've been able to make use of resources at the library. I can also do on line lessons. (read more)
...Why aren't more girls playing chess???
I'm a bit of a geek girl. I've always liked math, techie stuff (like taking apart old phones and trying to fix them), programming and life sciences. I also love art, reading, camping and nutrition. (read more)