...It was tense."
Favorite math fact: You can create irrational numbers out of real-world measurements. For example, you can make the square root of 2 by drawing the diagonal of a square. Or, you can derive pie by dividing the circumference of a circle by its diameter. (read more)
...In College, my tutoring experience comprises of voluntaring at the Universities' library, where I taught fellow students College-level Calculus and Physics. Furthermore, I have also made attempts to assist the community by volunteering at a local Adult School. There, I was able to reach out to many adults and high school students in their attempts to pass the GED. (read more)
...During the 2014 summer session at Riverside Community College, I completed a Basic Computer course covering Windows and Microsoft Office. I also have an Associates Degree in Geographic Information Systems which requires a Windows operating system. For the Bellevue School District in Bellevue, Washington, I was a middle to high school social study tutor. (read more)
...Or, do you need help in audition preparation, or understand Shakespeare? I'm your teacher. Do you need help with writing exceptional college essays or want to learn how to write the perfect paragraph? (read more)
...While I am currently a 10th grade World History teacher and varsity basketball and baseball coach, I have worked with students from all grade levels and I have coached a variety of sports and skill levels. I believe in challenging my students, whether it is in the classroom or the the playing field, in a way that is engaging and fun. I am flexible with my time and I am willing to travel. (read more)