...I don't mind putting extra free hours into make sure teaching-learning is effective. I got my first and second degree in education. I also got another Master's degree in public administration--a MPA in 2013 from DeVry University, Keller Graduate School of Management. (read more)
...I am your friend and counselor and you will feel comfortable and have fun learning. I am well educated and well traveled. I speak French and Hebrew and completed my BA in French Language and Literature at the Sorbonne in Paris. (read more)
...These equations, though simple, are very useful in real life. For example: a roofer charges $10 per square foot plus a flat fee of $200.
y = 10x + 200
This equation tells us how much we'd pay (y) depending on the square footage (x) we plug in. So you'll know if he's ripping you off or not! (read more)
...As a tutor, I teach organizational techniques that simplify memorization tasks and emphasize thinking in the "big picture" to avoid getting bogged down in minutia. Students often come to discover that mastering just a handful of fundamental concepts can make learning large volumes of material fairly painless. In fact, the rules of chemistry are very simple. (read more)
I grew up with two little sisters and two little cousins. From the time that I was about seven I remember playing school with my siblings and pretending that I was the teacher. I learned at a very young age that I loved the look on someone's face when the lightbulb goes on and they finally understand a concept. (read more)