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Greetings! I'm Tim H. and I have an enduring love for Latin grammar and literature and a thoroughgoing appreciation for English language and literature. I received a Ph.D. from Brown University in 2013 and have taught extensively at the university level since 2008 and recently participated in Brown University Summer@Brown program for motivated high school students.

...I miss the one-on-one academic environment and am keen to share some of my knowledge. I would like to teach math (through BC calculus), science (physics, chemistry, biology, environmental), engineering (mechanical, electrical) or history (modern European or US). I could also help you prepare for...

...I passed the MTEL (Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure) in high school mathematics in May 2013, and I have worked with students in many areas of school math, from long division and multiplication up to **algebra** 2 and calculus. I have also been assisting high school classes in precalculus and AP calculus. I am a retired physician.

...I began tutoring in college directly through professors and/or student organizations. I've tutored students in various college-level math courses (including probability and statistics), environmental sciences, physics, and statics and strength of materials. I used **algebra**, geometry, and trigonometry on a daily basis as a civil engineer, and am very comfortable with the concepts involved.

...I use diagnostic probes to explore students' mathematical thinking and help to shore up their knowledge gaps. Mathematics particularly is a subject where knowledge gaps in elementary arithmetic and **algebra** can cause cascading problems. A student who can easily factor a quadratic equation with multiple techniques may misunderstand "simpler" ideas, such as the meaning of negative exponents.

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