...I have an undergraduate degree in math and criminal justice and have completed graduate course work as well. However, more important than my education, is my approach to tutoring. I believe that the most important quality a tutor can bring to the lesson is the patience to allow the student to comprehend the material and discover that they can indeed learn. (read more)
...I speak, read, and write a little Mandarin. I am certified in teaching English as a Foreign language (TEFL).
I am excited to meet new students and help them meet their educational goals and dreams!I have an MAT in Special Education, which includes Reading. I have TEFL certification through BridgeLinguaTech. (read more)
...I have taught or tutored various levels of Algebra for many years. However, my skills do not stop there. I have helped students with basic mathematics such as fractions as well as Calculus. (read more)
...The second reason, the most important one to me, is that I have taught in the past. Of all of my work experience, teaching was the most rewarding. When students learn to read, understand a concept, or master a new skill, they light up. (read more)
...I also have a master's degree in criminology/criminal justice and am working on another master's degree in forensic medicine. During my undergraduate and graduate career, I helped author two peer-reviewed journal articles and wrote a series of technical reports. I enjoy writing and have carried this skill into my professional life. (read more)