...In addition to my engineering degree, I also come from 2 previous generations of world class science/math academics from both sides of my family (My dad was a MIT professor).
Also having been a professional actor during this entire time, being an educator in math/science has turned out to be a ... (read more)
...I notice a lot of students need help in topics such as order of operations, using fractions, and the coordinate system. This is class might be the first introduction to variables/unknowns and I try and make sure students are not afraid of these topics. Most statistics classes are a combination of probability and then statistics. (read more)
...Linear Algebra: My background in Mathematics is quite deep and extensive, and Linear Algebra happens to be my favorite of the sub-disciplines. It is where the true beauty of Mathematics begins to be apparent, and where one can finally see the deep connections that exist among mathematical structures. I matriculated into the Doctoral Program in Mathematics at University of Illinois. (read more)
...Many tutors have taken a couple of years of math classes, got good grades in them, and have decided to embark on a career as a tutor. I've been studying advanced math for over 20 years. Much of what I have learned won't be applicable but a deeper mathematical understanding helps even for the introductory math classes. (read more)
...During my 7 years at John C. Fremont Senior High School in Los Angeles, I taught Integrated Coordinated Science (ICS), biology, chemistry, marine biology and physiology. One of the largest, most important units of any biology course is focused on genetics. (read more)