...I currently work as an adjunct professor of physics at Lindenwood University. I have tutored students in almost all branches of physics and math. I’ve also recently been involved in software development writing programs in C# and Java. (read more)
...I thoroughly enjoy teaching others, I sometimes wonder if I should have became a math teacher because I really do truly enjoy making math easier for others. I believe building a rapport with the student is just as important as teaching them math. Forming that relationship is key for the student to be comfortable and to enjoy learning math skills. (read more)
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33 ACT Math, Highest Average in class for University Calculus 1-3, Differential Equations, Matrix Algebra and Complex Analysis.... (read more)
...I have had experience over the past twenty years with high school and college math, including Algebra 1, 2, Trig, Geometry, Pre-Calc, and more. My degree in general science had a heavy math component. I have developed a variety of methods to help your student succeed in math. (read more)