...In graduate school, I completed a course in (abstract) linear algebra. Furthermore, I studied linear programming in both undergraduate and graduate school, and have used software specifically designed for this subject; Excel Solver, LINGO, and most recently MATLAB. Logic is actually rooted in Mathematics and Philosophy, both of which I have Bachelor's degrees in.
Plymouth Meeting, PAView Tutor
...While content is important, and students will be accountable for content, skills are the way to access and think about the content in new ways. Right now, I'm a graduate student at Rutgers Newark, where I'm getting my certification to be a classroom teacher. I graduated from the same school in 2012 with a BA in Sociology, but I have also taken courses in math and chemistry.
New Brunswick, NJView Tutor
...The Computer Science Program at Pennsylvania State University included (1) Programming Languages, and Language theory, (2) Compiler, Operating System, and Data Base design, (3) Mathematical Logic, Number Theory, etc. As a Teaching Assistant, supported many Graduate and Undergraduate students in ...
Princeton, NJView Tutor
...This changes the concept of algebra from being something "out there" to a tool that can open new ways to look at math and actually be enjoyable. I have been an Organic Analytical chemist for over 20 years. I have had experience in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and industrial fields.
Willow Grove, PAView Tutor
...I quickly discovered that I enjoy teaching, and that I have a talent for making people feel comfortable and at ease. Throughout my undergraduate career, I tutored students individually and led group tutoring sessions. I enjoyed tutoring so much that I have continued tutoring despite working a full time job and attending evening classes for a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor