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...I just finished up my 4th year teaching and have taught Algebra I, Algebra II (regular and GT), and AP Statistics at some point in the past 4 years. I have tutored on and off during the last few years but am looking forward to more tutoring opportunities in the near future. I also tutored all through college, different level math classes.

...Having command of basic elementary mathematics - addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, exponents, roots, etc. - is essential to mastering the higher-level math disciplines that a student will encounter in high school and college. But 40 years as a working engineer...

...As a result of this experience, my teaching philosophy places great emphasis on active learning. I have found with great consistency that students do not learn primarily by hearing explanations. This is especially true in the hard sciences and in math, both of which are skill-intensive.

...I possess a dual certification in Math and PE. I was a Dean's List student and a Division I, All American Lacrosse player, so I have the unique understanding of the pressures of being a student athlete. I am available for personal training and/or private lacrosse clinics in addition to math tutoring.

...I also have coursework and work experience with parallel programming paradigms, such as MPI and OpenMP. I have written several Fortran 77 and Fortran 90 codes for computational fluid dynamics and helicopter aerodynamics applications. I have taken a training class in parallel, co-array, object-oriented Fortran.

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