...I have a degree in biomedical engineering with a minor in electrical engineering. Relevant courses include: university level physics, electrical circuits, biomedical engineering measurements, engineering electromagnetics, digital fundamentals, and bioinstrumentation. Three of these courses included a complementary hardware design component. (read more)
...I'd like to help you explore the world of math, increase your interest of learning math and be top in the exams!First, I am a native speaker of Chinese and I speak Mandarin Chinese. Second, I have some experience tutoring non-native speakers. When I studied at Stony Brook University, I was a Chinese tutor for two language learners for about one year. (read more)
...Math is cumulative and every skill must be understood along the way.
10+ years teaching and working with Excel and integrating spreadsheets with other MS Office applications. Geometry is quite different from Algebra and often times, students that excel in Algebra may have trouble with Geometry. Geometry is visual which can be helpful with the right examples. (read more)
...Continual assessment of knowledge and understanding is the key - derived from observation and questioning. My emphasis is always on achieving deeper understanding. I graduated from the University of Cambridge in England - one of the world's premier engineering schools, where everything (including mathematics) is brought back to first principles. (read more)
...I have a MBA (3.97 GPA out of 4.0) and an undergraduate degree in engineering. Presently, I am an adjunct math instructor. I taught all advanced math subjects at Newport Middle High School, NH, and Nashoba Valley Tech High School in Westford, MA. (read more)