I went to school for computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, changed my major to chemical engineering and transferred to the University of Delaware where I completed my degree. I started a business with a friend of mine, which I ran successfully for about 12 years. I then changed my career and became a teacher.
Burlington, NJView Tutor
...Whether we are working on high school algebra, biological mechanisms, or vocabulary, one of my goals for each session is to keep the student challenged, but not overwhelmed. My lessons are specific to the student's needs and learning abilities. For people who are visual learners, I teach with graphs, charts, pictures, etc.
Newtown, PAView Tutor
...I realized how much fun I had helping these children and that this was something I enjoyed. Though I chose a different course in college, Journalism and Spanish degrees, I continued to make attempts in the Education field through Teaching Assistantships at Penn State University. By my senior year, I knew I loved teaching and started looking for ways to pursue it further.
Warminster, PAView Tutor
...As an undergraduate I studied Mathematics, with focuses in Quantitative Economics and Operations Research. I am experienced with Calculus, Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Math Logic, and have taken up to Graduate Level Probability courses. In addition, I am well-versed in Statistics, Economics, and basic Computer Science.
Trenton, NJView Tutor
...I have taken discrete math at the college level and am very familiar with set theory, sequences, matrices, and graph theory. Building off the foundations of C, C++ allows the programmer to create classes that model real life objects. Essential for game development, an object-oriented approach gives your virtual creations the functionality to act like living, breathing organisms!
Washington Crossing, PAView Tutor