...One of the projects I've developed is the "Tightrope Snowman": a balancing snowman made from Styrofoam and screwdrivers, which I use in teaching the principle of center of gravity. Another project is a bull's-eye game using a mirror to teach the principle of the angle of reflection. A pan of water can be used to show how sound waves reflect off certain surfaces and are absorbed by others.
Newtown Square, PAView Tutor
...In August 2007, I began working as a special education teacher for students between the ages 15-21 that have multiple disablities. Some disabilities include: Autism, Down Syndrome, visually impaired, Cerebral Palsy. I have been working at the same school for 5 years now.
Broomall, PAView Tutor
...I am familiar with the PA common core, curricula, and online resources that many public schools in Southeastern Pennsylvania are using. I can help bring what is being done in the classroom to your home, sharing with both you and your child ways to help them achieve success in the classroom. My approach to teaching is hands-on allowing your child to interact with what they are learning.
Quakertown, PAView Tutor
...I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university. I hold degrees in economics and business and an MBA.
Sewell, NJView Tutor
...For example, I teach molecular shapes using marshmallows and tooth picks that a student can manipulate so see what a molecule looks like and how you could change the shape for various conditions. For the last 3 years I have taught adjunct Chemistry classes at Ursinus College. I have worked with students from Kindergarten age through seniors in college.
Collegeville, PAView Tutor