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When my children were young I was an at-home mom, and I tutored junior high and high school students on an occasional basis. Once the kids started school, I worked various part-time jobs during the school day. Throughout their elementary school years I was a very involved parent, helping them complete their homework and study for tests.

I have a Ph.D. in particle physics from Duke University, but what I have always loved to do most is teach. I taught introductory and intermediate physics classes at New College, Duke University and RPI. Some years ago I started to tutor one-on-one and have found that, more than classroom instruction, it allows me to tailor my teaching to students' individual needs.

...I completed math classes at the university level through advanced calculus. This includes two semesters of elementary calculus, vector and multi-variable calculus, courses in linear algebra, differential equations, analysis, complex variables, number theory, and non-euclidean geometry. I taught Algebra 2 with a national tutoring chain for five years.

...Middle school and early High School are the ages when most children develop crazy ideas about their abilities regarding math. It upsets me when I hear students say, 'I'm just not good in math!' Comments like that typically mean that a math teacher along the way wasn't able to present the materi...

...I can present the material in many different ways until we find an approach that works and he/she really starts to understand. Nothing gives me a greater thrill than the look of relief on a student's face when he/she actually starts to get it and realizes that it isn't as difficult as was previo...

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