...I want your child to emerge from the pandemic ahead of where they need to be in mathematics and hopefully instill some confidence along the way. I have excelled in math at the highest levels, however that’s not what makes me qualified as a math tutor. I get that math can suck to learn, I unders... (read more)
...To be sure, I can do the parallel in python easily (sklearn, although there are subtleties).
To be sure, even over that decade of R usage, I'm still continuing to learn new things as the "meta" shifts, e.g., I've switched over to tidyverse/ggplot/dplyr ever since it was introduced by Mr. Wickha... (read more)
...While I have never formally taught math, I have tutored my younger sister in various math subjects as well as other family friends’ kids. Math can be fun and easy to understand, all it takes is some patience and creativity to learn. I have formally taught biology for 2.5 years and I have spent many hours tutoring kids after school. (read more)
8 Subjects: includingAlgebra 2,Biology,Algebra 1,ACT Math
...This course extends the topics first seen in Algebra I and provides advanced skills in algebraic operations. Additionally, linear and quadratic functions and relations, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, graphing, and sequences and series will be explored. Designed for the main stream and honor/AP student. (read more)
...When possible, I arrange my lessons in an inquiry-based (IBL) style. Mathematics is best when it is a problem-guided exploration, and this lets students exercise their creativity to conquer a subject that is often seen as rigid and alien. Practice and hands-on experience are crucial in my method. (read more)