...I've also taught for a couple of years in high school and for a couple of years in undergraduate. Currently, I'm teaching at Penn State. I do research in the areas of dynamical systems, DNNs, K-theory and cell motility (PDEs, functional analysis and Fourier analysis).
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...My math skills match up well with being able to help students in differential equations. As a former high school algebra teacher, I have a varied knowledge of this subject. With my undergraduate degree in meteorology, a wide range of math classes was required, from Algebra to calculus to statistics and probability. (read more)
...My second year as a substitute teacher, I began the year as a long-term substitute in chemistry. It is one of my favorite subjects. While working on my BS in computer science at Bloomsburg University, one of the courses was in C++. I achieved an A in the course. (read more)
...It represents a way to understand the world around us. Therefore, I strive to build the five layers of mathematical proficiency: conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, strategic competence, adaptive reasoning, and productive disposition. These tools will help you see math as a useful tool in your daily life. (read more)
...I have tutored students at high school and college for nearly 20 years. At Penn State I have assisted students in pre-med/pre-vet/science major courses: PHYS 250 and PHYS 251. I have also work with engineering Penn State students in PHYS 211, PHYS 212, PHYS 213, PHYS 214 in the physics sequence. (read more)