...My students all say that I put them at ease and that makes them feel free to learn. I am also able to explain the same thing in many different ways, or find different tools to help them learn and retain the material. I am the first child in my large extended family to graduate from middle school, and I was able to go all the way to get a college degree and then a PhD. (read more)
...Student works toward becoming more proficient in using ratios, proportions and solving algebraic equations. Students will develop and expand problem solving skills (creatively and analytically) in order to solve word problems. Students continue to practice using math skills to solve word problems and to think creatively and analytically. (read more)
...My friends come to me with math questions, often about their children's homework. I joined the Marines after struggling in college, but found my direction and graduated 20 years after first stepping onto campus. I understand what it's like to both fail and succeed academically, which helps me provide motivation and support. (read more)
...More importantly, the two most valuable lessons every engineer should learn are that, one, not everyone knows what you know and you should always be patient helping them reach an understanding, and two, you yourself always have more to learn, and should listen to what they have to offer in turn. ... (read more)
Hi there, I got a Master from University of Texas at Dallas (UTD).
I was a Math tutor at community colleges for 5 years and Calculus I TA (Teaching Assistant) at UTD for 2 years. As a student like you, I was experiencing difficulties while attending math courses and encountering troubles while sol... (read more)