...I'm a lifelong math-lover. I studied math at UC Santa Cruz and while I was there, I developed a knack for unsticking the stuck and knowing when it is necessary to set aside full rigor and explain by example and analogy. The areas of math I've tutored others in the most are calculus (single- or ... (read more)
...Hearing that kind of thing, or seeing the light of understanding in a student's eyes, makes the time and effort worthwhile for me. I was a software engineer and technical writer on computer programming topics throughout the 1980s and 1990s. For three years in the mid-1980s, I was contributing editor for Pascal programming and wrote a monthly column on Apple Pascal for Softalk Magazine. (read more)
...Thanks for reading my profile.I have several years experience teaching algebra 2 at the high school level and have also had the pleasure of teaching the equivalent course at the college level. My experience is not only in the classroom but also as a tutor in the mathematics tutoring lab at CSULA... (read more)
...If they are able to do so, then I will have the student do a similar problem with different numbers. I am interested in students proving they have learned the material as opposed to just completing a problem. I am easy going, patient, and humorous while I teach/tutor. (read more)
...Subvocalized reading – combines sight reading with internal sounding of the words.
b. Speed reading – a collection of methods for increasing reading speed without reduction in comprehension or retention.
c. Proofreading – reading for the purpose of detecting typographical errors. (read more)