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Oregon State University 1989(OR) (Master's)
University of Arizona 1996 (PhD)
I am currently an adjunct professor of economics at one of Arizona's community colleges, and have been since Fall 2000. I love economics, especially microeconomic principles. I know and understand economics very well, and can explain it to nearly anyone. Students have rated me among the most effective professors where I teach. I have helped many students not only succeed in economics, which is my job, but also transfer to excellent 4-year colleges and universities nationally and internationally.
In tutoring I prefer working with self-motivated and goal-oriented students. Even when tutoring is topical, i.e., the student has difficulty in only one narrow area, I require two things on our first meeting (a) I'll give the student a short quiz to assess his/ her level of understanding; and (b) I require that the student has at least two personal objectives in the topic beyond what their professors want them to do. These two requirements determine the degree of difficulty, the amount of details, and the practical examples I can give to assist understanding.
If I know I can help the student, formal tutoring begins, but I'll not do any homework/tests for students. For an additional fee to be negotiated and agreed upon, I can help students organize and edit their economics term papers, but not draft and write papers for them! I am currently an adjunct professor of economics at one of Arizona's community colleges, and have been since Fall 2000. I love economics, especially microeconomic principles. I know and understand economics very well, and can explain it to nearly anyone. Students have rated me among the
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