Hello! I graduated summa cum laude from DePaul University with a double major in Applied & Computational Mathematics and Developmental Psychology. I won the Outstanding Mathematics Student of the Year award senior year, and I am about halfway through the coursework for a Master’s degree in Mathematics. (read more)
...I also currently work as a math instructor at a college. My philosophy on tutoring (and teaching) has always been to know your audience. By knowing your audience well, you can put yourself in the shoes of the person(s) that you are tutoring, and understand their needs better. (read more)
...These methods include:
* Taking notes, and having students follow along, copying the full notes for themselves.
* Frequently stopping to have students explain what they understand in their own words.
* Breaking problems down into step-by-step plans - even students who struggle with the material c... (read more)
...I am a third-year student at Yale University studying mathematics. While I’ve always been drawn to math, my true passion for the subject was sparked by my first college math professor, who championed creative problem-solving above all else. Throughout my education, I’ve been fortunate to have w... (read more)
...Meinrad. For Sacred Heart Academy in Rockford IL I was a part-time teacher (Geometry and 3,4/5 Math) for two years. Also I was a long term substitute teacher for elementary, covering for a maternity leave. (read more)