I like teaching students, and helping other people get better. Teaching and learning are two sides of the same coin, and having been on the learning side of the coin for so long, I'd like to try my hand at teaching. I have no former experience, formally teaching but I'm confident I'll be able to help anyone who's willing to be taught. (read more)
...Farsi is my first language, and I believe I have a very strong ability to teach it. I am a retired university lecturer, who had been teaching mainly in Farsi as a full time faculty for over 30 years in my country of origin, Iran. I am a retired university math lecturer who has been teaching various math subjects including Linear Algebra for over 30 years. (read more)
...Most of my college students are either Engineering majors. I have used a number of different Geometry textbooks supplied by the schools (mostly McDougal Littell). Students tend to struggle most with Proofs. I start students with a non-math proof. (read more)
...I have found that one of the major issues that chemistry students have is the fact that they cannot see, feel, hear, touch or taste an atom, and yet they are asked to take on faith that "this is what an atom looks like, and this is how and why a substance reacts with other substances."
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...In the past, I have presented papers at graduate-level philosophy conferences and I have been studying philosophy for the past 5-6 years. I have a lot of experience in both the theory and applications of various fields of mathematics, particularly Calculus, Discrete Math, Linear Algebra, and Pro... (read more)