...I have attended numerous management seminars over a period of 40 years. I received a BS in Chemical Engineering from Washington State University. I was previously registered as a Professional Engineer in California, and am currently registered in Washington as a Professional Engineer. (read more)
...In a friendly and nurturing environment, I help students take their original ideas and intuition and mold them into a personal understanding of physics and/or math. How do I help students mold their ideas? Well... physics and math problems are difficult because they often require multiple skills and ideas to be implemented at once. (read more)
...I have a lot of experience working with frustrated students, adults returning to school, and English Language Learners. (I was a frustrated student when I first attended college, and then was an adult when I returned.) My goal in a tutoring session is to focus on transferable skills, so that each... (read more)
...Most of my students remark that they learn so much and I'm answering all of their questions in a short amount of time. Who has time to waste when there's so much homework, school activities, and social things to do?
* Expertise. I received my BS from UC Berkeley with a 3.88 GPA in Electrical Engineering, and my MS from Stanford University in EE with a 3.74 GPA. (read more)
...I prefer to help students tackle challenging courses such as Honors, AP, and IB courses. I love tutoring Physics, Chemistry, Calculus, Precalculus, and Geometry. I have been teaching and tutoring high school math and science for more than fifteen years. (read more)