CCSU New Britain (Mathematics)
I am a high school math teacher at a prestigious charter school in New Haven.
My method is constructive - I assess the degree of comfort that a student has with the material first, then build on that understanding progressively. I have also helped many of my students with study skills and problem solving skills, in addition to explaining mathematics content.
I have added several subjects beyond mathematics to my catalog, and I am happy to clarify my mastery of the material if you have any concerns.
Please contact me! I am excited to get started helping you. I am a high school math teacher at a prestigious charter school in New Haven.
My method is constructive - I assess the degree of comfort that a student has with the material first, then build on that understanding progressively. I have also helped many of my students with study skills and problem solving skills, in addition to
Group rates are available, please inquire. Rates for college math courses like calculus, linear algebra, discrete math, etc. may vary. Please ask me and I am happy to discuss your needs.
Tim tutored my daughter for several months in Algebra II and Chemistry. Tim is very kind and patient. He is calm, articulate, and takes his time to explain things as many times as needed. He is also flexible and communicated with me very well about how my daughter was doing. I also enjoyed the detailed updates he gave me each session. I would highly recommend Tim.
I contacted Tim when I realized that my son needed additional support preparing for his exam. He was behind on time and the material was a review over the entire academic year. Tim responded very quickly to my time frame and worked to accommodate our needs with his schedule. After the session, I requested to schedule him again for a second session within the same week.
Tim is an excellent teacher. He was patient and met my needs at the speed I like to learn. I highly recommend him especially for professionals that need help specific to their industry.
Tim had a very calm and polite demeanor when meeting me for the first time. He is very knowledgeable in the subject of algebra, and shows an interest in wanting to help me improve through his desire to ask questions and his ability to develop possible teaching strategies. He is someone whom I feel that I can be comfortable around and will help me improve on my weaknesses in math. I look forward to future meetings with Tim :) (-From Michael)
We retained Tim to do some last minute SAT prep for our son the night before SATs. Tim jumped in and made it a very comfortable and enjoyable prep time the night before a very stressful test. Our son felt that Tim connected with him and where he was struggling and made sense out of his confusion. We highly recommend Tim.
Tim did a great job figuring out what my son needed to work on to start catching up and they accomplished so much in just one session. We so appreciate his help!
My son was very pleased with tutoring by Tim.
We will continue to work with him particularly before exams and to improve the skills.I highly recommend him.He was patient and knew how to achieve needed goals!
Tim really helped my son understand the material and prepare for his quiz tomorrow in Algebra 2. My son's confidence improved greatly in less than an hour and he actually enjoyed the session. We look forward to working with Tim again in the future as needed and would definitely recommend him. Thanks Tim!
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I have a BA in Mathematics and have spent over 50 hours tutoring algebra at the high-school and college level during the past semester.
I have tutored various calculus students, varying from those preparing for the AP exam to finance majors in college. My knowledge of derivatives and integrals is broad and deep, and I have experience with sequences and series as well. I have studied the basics along with multivariable and vector calculus at the college level, and I completed Real Analysis which involves the proof of concept. My favorite part of calculus is orbital equations, from my Astronomy studies!
I have completed 4 semesters of college-level chemistry at WPI in Worcester, MA.
I completed this course at CCSU with the highest average in my class. Since then, I have applied the concepts of Discrete Math during coursework in Real Analysis and Abstract Algebra, and wrote a research paper in the popular mathematics typsetting program LaTeX that incorporated Discrete Math symbology.
I completed Advanced/University Geometry at CCSU with A average, spring 2016, and independent research in geometric constructions.
I completed Linear Algebra at CCSU with an A average and was the de facto study group leader for a significant portion of my class. I also incorporated Linear Algebra into my major capstone project during a Seminar in Proof, completed May 2016 at CCSU.
Logic factored heavily into my studies as I completed my BA in Mathematics at CCSU. I studied logical statements in Discrete Math, and applied logic to construct exhaustive proofs in classes such as Abstract Algebra, Real Analysis, Advanced Geometry, and my senior capstone, Seminar in Proof. I have also applied logic in philosophy classes.
I have used Microsoft Excel in a business environment for a dozen years, and as part of college-level science courses like chemistry and astronomy. I have led classes in business use of the program as part of my most recent job.
For over six years, I was the training manager for a company of roughly 60 people. Each time we hired a new employee I would run classes on important workplace skills, and Microsoft Outlook was among the topics. I would also host sessions for existing employees who wanted to increase their effectiveness with the program.
I have completed Calculus coursework up to and including proof of concept in Real Analysis.
In May 2016, I completed an undergraduate course called Public Speaking at CCSU with an A average. In addition, running training sessions and meetings was a major part of my job duties for over 10 years. I facilitated meetings and training sessions at many credit unions throughout CT through the Connecticut Credit Union League. In addition, I have run seminars on personal finance and establishing good credit at high schools as well as at Wesleyan University. I have worked with audiences from 5 to 150 people.