...I am well versed in the various subjects of beginning physics (mechanics, electromagnetism and optics). The basic concepts are the same at the high school and college freshmen levels, with the college class typically covering a few more topics and requiring calculus as a prerequisite. I can t...
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...I highly enjoy seeing the "light-bulb" moments in students. That moment when the student fully understands what I have been teaching them, and when they are able to connect it. That moment is one of the most satisfying moments as a teacher.
Brighton, MAView Tutor
...Now they must make a "leap of faith", and accept the idea of "so close as to not make a difference, and yet not actually be equal to". In other words, whereas their previous math experiences could be linked to physical and natural concepts, they are now being asked to move into the realm of mathematics as a philosophical science. This can be very difficult.
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...My experience has showed me that when one of these different teaching tools works with a particular student, and I have the opportunity to chat with that student one on one to answer questions without the attention of the entire class directed at him or her, more progress can be made in ten minut...
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...I am now back in Boston working as an adjunct professor within the Physics department of Boston University. Many moons ago when I took my SATs I received a 1600 (out of 1600 as it was those years ago). I love to teach and believe that any child can learn math and science with the right person....
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