Yes, I can make math easy, simple, fun, and allow students to learn by themselves giving them confidence to solve any math question. I have been tutoring, mentoring, and teaching Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Statistics, and Physics for 12 years. Currently, I am teaching College Algebra, Trigonometry, and Application Mathematics at the USAF Academy Prep School, and I am also tutoring multiple Algebra I & II and AP calculus for high school students, calculus and Statistics for UCCS students.
As a tutor or Instructor, I guide the students through solving math problems using a problem-solving based teaching style to help students learn and understand math concepts, therefore, all my students can learn to handle any challenge question on their own in the near future. I use effective practices, strategies and resources to inspire and enrich each of my student's learning. I usually use different learning styles such as workbooks, visual aid computers, hands-on activities like lab, student-centered discussions as learning centered, one-on-one tutoring and small-group tutoring.
Note: Let me work with a student who is trying to achieve college credits in AP Calculus, Statistics, and Physics. Let me work with a student who thinks that Calculus is Greek language or something difficult. Let me work with student who has hated math, to challenge them and change their attitude towards math. My tutoring styles are all about learning focus and have fun with math as playing game. After I meet new student, our game is all about solving puzzles, solving math questions is like playing a game, if we find a right solution; we win, if not keep playing, challenging ourselves until we solve it.
My teaching philosophy: Setting a good example; helping and encouraging students to ask any question to help them grow; creating an environment to engage, motivate, and make them more competitive; implementing a learning focus state where and how the mathematics apply in the decision making, engineering, and any real life situation by guiding them to construct their own way of creating and solving any problem without breaking any math rule.
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