...Since then, I have taken all three calculus courses offered at USM, including vector calculus, and have gotten very good at applying calculus to physics. I have always had an exceptional understanding of physics, primarily kinematics. My first course at USM, when I was 16, was introductory physics, and I got above a perfect score in the class. (read more)
...Beyond college, I have been an active self-learner as well and have written reviews of Opera performances in New Orleans as well as tutored students in music history and writing about music at Tulane (usually, of course, for their long-put-off term papers).
I am familiar with all major periods... (read more)
...You can bet on it! Strictly speaking discrete mathematics is the mathematics of the set of integers or the mathematics of infinities with the same cardinality as the set of integers. Although in the university I was taught at, the course also came with instruction of mathematical reasoning and proof. (read more)
...Many times by just working with a student and watching their thought processes around how they tackle material, I can identify where they are making mistakes - I call it "getting caught." From there, I can create new patterns for them to use and break the incorrect habits. Increasing students' c... (read more)
10 Subjects: includingAlgebra 1,Algebra 2,Geometry,ACT Math
...In my experience, students who struggle with writing can unlock their potential using just a few powerful tools and tips. In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, I worked as a writing coach in the Chapel Hill-Carborro public school system, and taught a writing workshop at Duke University. I came to love helping students feel empowered through their writing. (read more)