...I use terminology that you understand and make you feel comfortable and confident with Math. I began teaching math in 1978 when I graduated magma cum laude from Kutztown University. I was hired immediately in the fall and was teaching ever since. (read more)
...Prior to that, I worked for more than twenty years as a professional physicist in the area of materials characterization (crystal structure, chemistry, material interfaces, nanotechnology). I have worked in both academia (University of Houston and Penn State) and industry (Motorola).
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...Teaching assistant for Biochemistry at Cornell University.760 Reading on SAT, experience tutoring SAT Reading to high school studentsThank you for taking the time to read about me. I look forward to helping you with your learning needs, and help you reach your goals!770 Math SAT, 760 Reading SAT... (read more)
...I feel if you can effectively communicate how to complete a task, then you are that much closer to mastering it. I use this approach in the classroom as well. I also take pride in simplifying mathematical concepts for students who may find some more difficult. (read more)
...I elaborate here that I passed on my first try with a "7", which is 110%-120% of the minimum passing score. I have been using Microsoft Access since I entered the workforce in the 90's and appreciated it for its compatibility with other Microsoft applications. I am still using it and its Forms, Queries, Reports, and Tables for data work is a routine part of my field. (read more)