...Most people can use about 5,000-10,000 words, but chemists can use and understand literally millions of compounds. This is exciting stuff if you are willing to learn the rules and recipes that have been developed over about the last 400 years to actually master chemistry. Otherwise, it can be overwhelming. (read more)
First of all, I have earned a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education from the University of Central Florida. My previous employment opportunities include working for three years with students with math disabilities as well as teaching a small group of students Calculus. Currently, I am in my 14th year teaching math courses at the Community College of Vermont. (read more)
...I have also passed the Praxis II exam to be a highly qualified special educator for pre-k through 6th grade. I passed the Praxis I Reading exam with a score of 185 out of 200. My score on the Praxis I Writing exam was 181 out of 200, and my score for the Praxis I Math exam was 187 out of 200. (read more)
...It is such a great feeling when I see students faces light up and they exclaim "now I get it."
I specialize in tutoring students in elementary and middle school math, science and reading. My goals are to help young people become comfortable doing what at first seems difficult, while cha... (read more)
...Math learned in the elementary grades is the foundation upon which all other Math courses are based. My concentration in Grad school on Mathematics Education prepared me to understand how Math is learned. I have 13 years of teaching Math in the Middle School. (read more)