...My current research interests include numerical simulations and software development. I taught calculus at the University of Arizona, and have many years of experience tutoring calculus. I have tutored geometry at a tutoring center for over three years and privately for more than five years.
...These concepts provide a foundation upon which they will build algebraic and geometric concepts, and construct other abstract mathematics ideas. Student success in early math is essential to ensure self-confidence, achievement, and growth potential throughout the rest of their schooling career. ...
Olympia, WAView Tutor
...As a math adjunct, I found it helpful to spend the first hour of each term convincing students they could really learn the subject matter at hand. There's always a great deal of doubt and frustration about that. Students enter these classes believing "it's never going to happen," and that's a huge distraction if left unaddressed.
...I have to use Linear Algebra in many fields of physics such as Quantum, Modern and many others. I have tutored linear algebra before and it has worked out well. I am qualified to tutor logic because I have already tutored logic and received an A in my logic class at Western Washington University, where we covered how to form logical arguments and how to prove them.
Lacey, WAView Tutor
I graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Chemistry from Saint Martin's University. I have worked as a chemist in the private sector and as a financial and budget analyst in the public sector, but have been at home most recently raising my children. I have taught mostly younger kids -- mine and others -- pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry for three years.