I have a degree in education, and was certified in the state of New York. I have since been teaching my four children at home and all are successful students. I am a proctor for the Iowa Test of Basic Skills, and my children have been tested regularly to assess their progress. (read more)
...Mary's University, applying to medical school this summer. I was a tutor for cell biology during my junior year, but have always lead study groups during my undergrad. I am extremely patient and willing to go in depth with a topic as much as necessary for a student to understand what they need to. (read more)
...I've taught chemistry at both the college level and in high school. I'm certified to teach high school chemistry in California (2012)and in Florida(2014).
I'm fluent in English, Tagalog, and Ilongo. I can speak conversationally in Japanese and nominally in Spanish.I have taught and tutor varieties of topics covering fundamentals of chemistry. (read more)
...The ME 200B syllabus at Stanford included the three main methods of solving problems that could be cast as (Partial) Differential Equations - Self-similar methods, Separation of Variables, Method of Characteristics. The basis for solving PDE's is of course knowing how to deal efficiently with O(rdinary) Differential Equations. I hold a B. (read more)
...Some of the topics can be difficult to learn, but much of the later topics are just new applications of old ones. As a Biology major at UT, I took many different Chemistry courses and developed a deep appreciation for the discipline. In high school, I took the AP Chemistry exam, so I'm familiar with its curriculum. (read more)