...As I spent more time teaching, I found that the most effective teaching method was to try and slow the material down a bit, and make sure students had a good fundamental understanding of what physically was going on. After getting a better physical understanding, students would then have an easi... (read more)
...I am currently working on my pre-requisites for Physician's Assistant school as well. Outside of work, I live with my wife and fur baby (dog).
I work with students in a variety of subjects. I have previous tutoring experience with test preparation and writing through Wyzant from years ago, when I was in college. (read more)
...I took double math as my major in undergrad (Pure Math and Applied Math). I did a masters and PhD in Physics because I love mathematical backgrounds of physics. My experience in math and physics help me to teach a wide range of courses in math and physics to students of different backgrounds. If you want to understand the concept behind mathematical equations and modeling, contact me. (read more)
...The programs I taught at include medical school, a physical therapy program, a physician assistant program, and a Master's of Interdisciplinary Science program. I developed the course, directed and coordinated all courses. In addition, I have also taught neuroanatomy at the graduate level. (read more)
...It is important to me to see student success while engaging in a fun learning environment! I have been tutoring students in preparation for the Regents exams since I started college. This included Saturday School tutoring and volunteering in public schools in Rochester, NY. (read more)