If you need help with math or math heavy subjects such as physics or finance or with the math sections of standardized tests, I can help. I have two masters degrees, one is an M.Sc in physics and the other is an MBA. I also have years of class room experience teaching a diverse student body. I got excellent teaching evaluations and have mentored new teaching assistants.
Teaching tests your knowledge and understanding about a subject like nothing else does. It makes you think clearly about the assumptions you make unconsciously and sometimes gives you a different perspective. I have mostly taught physics but also math and chemistry to students at the University of Maine.
I was a teaching assistant for the course with the largest enrollment in the department, the introductory calculus based course aimed at physics and engineering students. I taught labs and recitations and also prepared the solution keys to each week's problem set, which was used by all other instructors who taught the class.
I also taught problem solving sessions for algebra and trigonometry based physics course aimed at Life Sciences majors for a couple of semesters. For one summer I worked as the physics instructor for the Upward Bound Math Science Program. One of the students I mentored went on to win the prize for the best project that year, where she found the surface temperature of the sun.
I also taught one semester of College Algebra at the Math Department when I was a full time MBA student and I taught one semester of General Chemistry lab, in my last semester at the University of Maine.
I have the experience to help you succeed and achieve your potential, and I look forward to hearing from you.
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