I earned my Bachelor's degree in 2006 at Fayetteville State University. I have taught at a school with over 300 students per grade and at a smaller school with on average 50 students per grade. Throughout that time, I have went to school 30 minutes early and stayed after school for one hr. (read more)
...I love teaching math from Prealgebra and Algebra to Geometry and Precalculus. I'll help you see why your textbook or teacher is telling you to take certain steps to work through a problem. I'll help you remember the steps to take, and prompt you in sample problems. (read more)
...However, I believe that a solid supplemental, at-home routine where we work together helps fine-tune what is taught in school. Just a little effort each day is what kept my children ready for daily classroom lessons. My goal is to get a student to ask a question relating to 'what's next?' rather than 'what just happened?'
My professional background includes banking and software. (read more)
...I have studied agricultural soils and soils forming on mine spoils. Contact me to schedule your next lesson and let's get learning!I have completed over 50 hours of coursework in chemistry. I was a research assistant in an aqueous geochemistry lab for 2.5 years. (read more)
I am working in the area until the next fall semester at Southern Illinois University where I plan to complete my business degree. After completion, I will be moving on to law school (undecided). Logic, math and general problem-solving are passions of mine and I have developed simple ways of expres... (read more)