I've been using algebra in my life and my studies for many years. I love teaching algebra in particular because a solid foundation in this subject is useful throughout life.
Advanced algebra is one of my favorite subjects to teach. With more realistic and challenging problems, I feel that this is the point at which math really becomes interesting and hopefully fun. With each student my goal is to build good habits, actual understanding, and a solid foundation that can be brought into future math and science classes.
I've completed college level anatomy and physiology with a 4.0 gpa. It's a fascinating description of a complex and bewildering system.
I've completed coursework in college-level biology, microbiology, anatomy and physiology with a 4.0 gpa. I love the subject because it's a fascinating story about a beautiful and complex system.
I've completed 3 quarters of college level chemistry with a 4.0 GPA. I teach by breaking problems down into simple steps and keeping careful track of all quantities as we work.
I earned my BA in Computer Science from UC Berkeley, and worked for several years in the software industry as a programmer and technical writer. I understand how computers work from the CPU to the end user.
I earned my BA from UC Berkeley in Computer Science and I've worked in the computer industry for 8 years. I've used computers for my professional, academic, and personal life. I know how they work inside out.
I've used basic geometry in subjects ranging from calculus to graphical programming to physics. It's a beautiful and important foundational subject for so many interesting topics, and deserves a solid understanding.
Working as a technical writer in the software industry, I wrote, edited, illustrated, and published professional documentation.
I have a deep understanding of English grammar and usage, and a keen eye for readability.
I received a 5 on the physics AP test, and later a 4.0 on general college-level physics. I find physics super fun and satisfying, and I'm always eager to tackle problems.
I've practice Ashtanga and related styles of yoga for over 12 years, with many teachers in America, Thailand, and India. I've taught groups and privates for over 5 years. I enjoy leading a vigorous practice with inversions and strength building, as well as a passive practice with focus on building flexibility, stillness, and meditation.