...Over the years, I have come across many learning styles, and as a result, I have developed a versatile style of teaching that responds to the student's needs. My teaching experience began as a graduate student at MIT. I was a teaching assistant for a Probability class for three semesters. (read more)
...My major in college (Architectural Engineering) also required a lot of computations with heavy usage of negative numbers, factors, multiples, decimals, and fractions. Pre Algebra covers the fundamental concepts that all other advanced maths rely on. I have taken math classes up to Calculus 3 and Differential Equations so I am very comfortable with working Pre Algebra calculations. (read more)
...I am completely familiar with the subject as it is used in college level physics courses. I am an Adjunct Professor of Physics at Nassau Community College, and SUNY at Farmingdale and Old Westbury. I am completely familiar with the concepts of geometry from my experience with teaching AP Physics and college physics courses. (read more)
I'm a graduate from an Ivy League college with a degree in mechanical engineering with a minor in electrical engineering. Even though, aside from when I worked at a teaching assistant while getting my masters in mechanical engineering, I don't have teaching background, I have always enjoyed tutorin... (read more)
...I can teach or tutor nearly any math, at any level, including: Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Precalculus, Trigonometry, and all levels of Calculus (and even a few higher math levels).
I am a graduate math student, part-time math tutor, and adjunct university teacher. So I've taught students at all levels. Before returning to school to study math, I had a long computer programming career. (read more)