...I have worked with children as they prepare for kindergarten and as they advance through elementary. I have also done some work to helping children with learning disabilities. I like to follow Montessori methods of teaching but also believe that learning concepts by memorization is necessary to establish fundamentals of learning. (read more)
...Let's face it: Math is intimidating! Any time I tell someone I have a degree in math, I always get the same look: "Oh, I always hated math!" That's only because you were afraid of it! Since math is sequential, meaning each new topic builds off the skills gained in the topic before it, a missed lesson can be catastrophic! (read more)
...I have experience with helping 8th graders with preparation for High School entrance exams. I taught Geometry to 8th-12th graders for almost 30 years. I have experience with helping 8th graders with preparation for High School entrance exams. (read more)
...Yet, the application of those concepts lead me help students learn about robots. Probability is a subject that I have seen and taught from both the math and physics perspectives. Its application to quantum physics and thermal and statistical physics has one wonder about the philosophical questions of the world we live in. (read more)
...I was an electronics engineer on the team that supported the discovery of Element 106 of The Periodic Table, Seaborgium.
5 years classroom experience teaching Physics at the High School Level.
6 years experience tutoring Physics for International Baccalaureate Curriculum; Subtopics taught includ... (read more)