...As an engineer, Excel has been a very effective tool in documenting and testing ideas. The graphing capability of Excel is almost always underestimated. I use Excel now as a teacher in my college classes to demonstrate the math I teach.
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...I am very patient and continually change teaching methods to best meet my students' needs. I am very dedicated to my profession and thoroughly enjoy working with children. I believe in challenging a student to his/her fullest potential -- without causing unjust frustration.
Bethlehem, PAView Tutor
I have over forty years of experience in public education as a teacher of English for grades 4 through 12. My students have gone on to be quite successful in college because of the strong background that they received from me in all aspects of Language Arts. I am particularly successful in helping students do well on tests--both the state and yearly assessments, as well as PSAT, SAT and ACT.
Phillipsburg, NJView Tutor
I?d been living in the New York metropolitan area, working a professional features writer and editor for some of the biggest magazines in the world, but I?d always wanted to teach. In the fall of 2001, I persuaded my editor in chief to allow me a flexible schedule so I could pursue my dream. I arrived for my first day as a part-time writing specialist at 8:30 am on September 11.
Upper Black Eddy, PAView Tutor
...My schedule is very flexible in the evening and on weekends and I never charge for a lesson unless you are completely satisfied.I have my PhD in cellular and molecular biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. I graduated cum laude with a chemistry minor in college. The chemistry classes I have taken at the undergraduate level include chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry.
Doylestown, PAView Tutor