...By reviewing previous material, teaching him how to take notes, how to consult the textbook, and how to ask questions when he was lost, I helped him to get back on track. He needed to become confident, and eventually he turned into an excellent and attentive student. His grades went up and I'm proud to say he was just accepted into Millersville University for the Fall of 2015. (read more)
...While the distinction between algebra 1 and algebra 2 is an artificial one, algebra 2 picks up where algebra 1 leaves off. As a student gains skill in algebra, they experience the benefit of creating processes for commonly-repeated tasks. This experience is useful even for students who will not be working in math-related fields. (read more)
...No subject in recent years has intrigued me more than government and politics. I have studied the Constitution and the history of the court cases dealing with it, and I feel that I am an "expert layman" in that department. My approach to politics is not rooted in any particular political philosophy, but rather centers on historical record, pertinent law, and founding documents. (read more)
I have made a living mainly by teaching mathematics to students at all levels - from middle school to high school and not only to university undergraduate students but also to graduate students. Please continue reading to see how successful I am in my Math education and career. My academic performance has always been at the top of class. (read more)
...I love tutoring because the one-on-one format allows for a unique attention to be paid to the students unique strengths and needs. I am also a prepared SAT tutor - when I took the SAT I received a score of 2260 (Reading - 800, Math - 750, Writing - 710).
In writing, I can cover issues from gra... (read more)