I taught college-level introductory physics from January 2006 to December 2012.
I've taught health-science majors, engineers, and physics majors as well, both through discussion sections or lab classes.
I have also tutored privately in parallel of my teaching duties at the high School and college level.
My teaching method relies on relating the abstract concepts of physics and math to the student's everyday world experience. In particular, I ask students what they like to do, and I design the lessons around their interest. The topic thus becomes more realistic, and then easier to grasp.
I am extremely patient with students, and will repeat explanations as many times and in as many different forms as required for the student to understand.
Introductory physics encompasses Newton's law of motion, energy conservation, introductory electricity and magnetism (including electronics), thermodynamics, and optics.
I can also help with trigonometry, basic algebra (1&2) and linear algebra, and basic calculus (1&2).
I am also French, and I can help you practice the language.
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