...For the past year, I have been a substitute teacher in high school and middle school classrooms. My experience includes a 2 month teaching position teaching World History and a 1 month position teaching Special Education. I am also currently working at Sylvan Learning Center where I receive training in helping K-12 students with math and reading skills. (read more)
...I am an ex-professor of physical chemistry and physics. I have taught, tutored, and coached middle school, high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. I believe learning should be fun and teaching should not be intimidating. (read more)
...I look forward to scheduling a session with you!
- CameronAlgebra (1 and 2) are fundamental to understanding any science at the college level. I like to think and teach math in intuitive terms, because it really is intuitive. In our learning sessions we will take many varying perspectives on the questions that are hanging you up and find an intuitive way to arrive at the answer. (read more)
...I studied public speaking and speech writing as part of my MGA program at the University of Pennsylvania. The course instructor was a speech writer for five U.S. presidents and has authored several books on the subject including "Podium Humor" and "Churchill: Speaker of the Century." When I took... (read more)
...Some of my best areas here are: word problems, monomials/binomials and polynomials and simplifying these, solving quadratic equations, and graphing figures. I have been working with a couple of students in my other job, online tutoring, for at least two years. I've seen them progress in the subject and am confident teaching it. (read more)