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My calling has always been teaching. I’ve dabbled in other areas like Financial Advising etc but my first love is teaching. I am a Chemistry/Analytical Chemistry major with a minor in Biochemistry. I can teach a wide range of subjects. I’ve taught Middle school and High school Math, Integrated Science, Chemistry, Geography and even Music. I also possess an M Sc. in Computer Science and as an Associate Professor at Hampton University in VA, taught Computer Programming (mainly in java), Computer Security and Computer Literacy (MS Office Tools). I’ve also tutored adults in Community Colleges, as well as those pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in Chemistry, Math and Computer Science concepts. I did a postgraduate Diploma course in Education from the University of the West Indies and was one of two students to graduate at the top of my class with distinction in theory as well as practice.

I am passionate about everything I do and my love of learning continues to grow. I meet with my students for face to face teaching at their homes or an agreed upon location. I am also not averse to online teaching, working one-on-one with students via Skype or using visually collaborative classrooms. I tend to be very detail-oriented encouraging students to use a logical method toward developing an understanding of whatever the field of learning. I am however not averse to traditional methods of tutoring if students are more inclined to that approach.

Cancellation Policy: Since each student is assigned a time-slot that could have been assigned to another, and precious time is spent in preparing for each student's class, 24 hour notice of any cancellation will be appreciated. To provide the student with the best opportunity for course success, cancelled classes should be rescheduled as soon as possible.

Each year I will be unavailable between 7:00-9:00 pm on the following days:- January 5th, March 7th and 9th, Good Friday, May 10th, July 25th, and September 26th and 30th. My day of choice to reschedule these classes will be a Saturday, but a weekday may also be chosen if possible.

No matter where you are at in the course that you are pursuing, if it lies within my subject area scope I will definitely guide you to excellence in that area. Contact me and we could start today to place success within your grasp.

Math:

English:

SAT Reading

Science:

Biology, Chemistry

Computer:

Computer Science, General Computer, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Music:

Music Theory

Elementary Education:

Elementary Math, Elementary Science, Spelling

Business:

Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Homeschool:

Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, SAT Math, SAT Reading

Test Preparation:

Corporate Training:

General Computer, Microsoft Word

I have over 20 years teaching Algebra to Middle School, High School and Community College students. In working with students I quickly assess their needs in order to find the best way to help them to succeed and excel in Algebra. Even though the subject may cover more or less of what is stated below it generally explores the following:

Algebra 1

Linear Equations and Inequalities in a Single Variable

Introduction to functions

Linear Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables

Systems of Equations and Inequalities

Data Analysis and Probability

Exponents and Polynomials

Quadratic and Exponential Functions

I have over 20 years teaching Algebra II to High School students. Students pursuing Algebra II build on and explore in greater depth the knowledge they have gained in Algebra I. Again the curriculum may vary slightly in different areas. The subject explores the following areas:

Algebra II

Linear Equations and Inequalities

Functions (including inverse functions and, composite functions)

Linear systems and Matrices

Polynomial and Rational Functions

Sequences and Series

Radical Epressions and Equations

Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Quadratic Functions and Relations (parabolas, circles, ellipses and hyperbolas)

Algebra II/Trigonometry adds the following trigonomteric concepts to the course:

Basics of trigonometry to solve angle measures

Evaluate trig functions using a calculator

Fundamental trig identities

Evaluate trigonometric functions

Define trig functions of real numbers using the unit circle

Evaluate trig functions

Law of Sines

Law of Cosines

Sum and difference formulas for sines, cosines and tangents

Double-angle formulas

My degree is in Chemistry/Analytical Chemistry with a minor in Biochemistry. I have taught Chemistry to High School students and University freshmen for more than 4 years. The course generally covers the following topics with greater depth and application being done in honors courses:

Classification of Matter

States of Matter

Atomic Theory

Periodicity

Formula Writing

Chemical Reactions

Equations

The Mole

Stoichiometry

Kinetic Molecular Theory

Bonding (metallic, covalent, ionic)

Solutions

Equilibrium

Acids and Bases

Titrations

Thermodynamics and Kinetics

Organic Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry

Geometry has always been one of my favorite subjects and I absolutely enjoy teaching it. Geometry prepares us to think logically and develops our spatial sense. The skills developed in geometry are used by artists, engineers, land surveyors, architects, astronomers etc. The course explores the following topics:

Geometry

Tools of Geometry (properties of geometric figures)

Reasoning and Proof

Properties of Parallel Lines

Triangle Relationships and Angle Sums

Triangle Congruency (recognize, prove and use)

Relationships within Triangles

Properties of Polygons (including Special Quadrilaterals)

Areas (including areas of special quadrilaterals)

Similarity of polygons and right triangles

Right Angle Trigonometry

Surface Area and Volume of 3D Figures

Circles (relationships of lines, arcs, angles and segments in circles)

Transformations (reflections, rotations, translations, dilations)

Reasoning and Proof (deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, conditional statements - inverse, converse, contrapositive, direct and indirect proofs, Laws of Detachment and Syllogism)

Basic Constructions

My undergraduate degree is in Chemistry/Analytical Chemistry, while my Master's Degree is in Computer Science. As a result, I have had to complete many Math courses from Algebra 1 to Calculus. I, too, sat and was successful in the Praxis II Secondary Math exam which covers the High School Math Content Area. I would love to assist those who may be having difficulty in this area.

I have over 20 years of experience teaching Math to Middle School and High School students. PreAlgebra prepares students for later Algebra courses. The course generally covers:

1. Operations with integers and rational numbers;

2. Multi-step equations and inequalities;

3. Exploring factors and multiples;

4. Rules of exponents;

5. Operations with decimals, percents, ratios and proportions, with real-world applications;

6. Exploring figures in 2D and 3D space;

7. Right Triangles in Algebra;

8. Graphing in the coordinate Plane;

9. Area and Volume Formulas;

10. Statistics and Probability;

Having pursued a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a Master of Science in Computer Science, I have completed many Math courses ranging from prealgebra through calculus. In computer programming, I have had to apply my knowledge of math to create a wide variety of programs. Precalculus is a course involving college-level algebra concepts and trigonometric concepts. It serves as a preparation for calculus and includes the following topics:

1. FUNCTIONS AND MODELS

Linear, quadratic, polynomial, power, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric;

Properties of functions;

Transformations of functions;

Inverse of functions;

2. TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS

Sine, cosine, tangent, cotangent, secant, cosecant;

SOHCAHTOA;

Trigonometric graph analysis;

Inverse trigonometric function analysis; Composite trigonometric functions;

3. TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES

Fundamental Identities;

Sum and Difference Identities;

Multiple-Angle Identities;

Law of Sines;

Law of Cosines;

4. RATIONAL FUNCTIONS

Graphs of rational functions;

Solution of rational equations;

Solution of rational inequalities;

Partial fractions;

5. EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS

Exponential and Logistic Functions;

Algebraic and Regression Models;

Analysis and application of logarithmic functions and their graphs;

Properties of logarithmic functions;

Solving exponential and logarithmic equations;

Compound Interest and Annual Percentage yield;

6.VECTORS, PARAMETRICS AND POLARS

Vectors in the Plane;

Dot Product of Vectors;

Parametric Equations and Motion;

Polar Coordinates;

Graphs of Polar Equations;

De Moivre's Theorem and nth Roots;

3D Cartesian Coordinate System;

7. DISCRETE MATH

Multiplication principle of counting;

Permutations and Combinations;

Sequences and Series;

Binomial Theorem;

The precalculus course generally covers these topics but the actual curriculum may vary slightly and include more or less of what is stated here.

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