...I often get comments from students like, "I learned a lot in your class," or "I never understood that before now." This is one of the best complements a teacher might have. As part of this learning process, students sometimes need help in meta-skills like problem solving. Helping students with these skills is an integral part of my own teaching process.
Blandon, PAView Tutor
...I've also taught calculus to people with little math background in a classroom setting. Trigonometry is one of my specialties. Calculus requires an immediate grasp of trigonometry, so I have developed a knack of teaching the main concepts quickly and clearly in my calculus sessions.
West Chester, PAView Tutor
...My work background has been focused on product development in the energy area, including renewable resources, battery development, and geothermal energy storage. I can relate to the challenges of teaching physics, math and engineering. These subjects are all about fundamental understanding, a technique for solving problems, and plenty of practice.
Coatesville, PAView Tutor
...This is because calculus gives the student practice with solving challenging problems, which is applicable in any career. Students learn to analyze problems, identify solutions, modify solutions that worked for other problems, and create new solutions independently. By definition, geometry is the study of shapes or three dimensional objects.
New Providence, PAView Tutor
...During my undergraduate I also minored in Mathematics. I am currently an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. I am specialized in math, science and engineering topics.
Reading, PAView Tutor