BS Rowan University (Physics)
Rowan University (Master's)
I currently an adjunct mathematics professor at Rowan University who has taught Pre-Calculus and Calculus II. In addition to tutoring math, I am also quite capable of tutoring physics and chemistry. My love of teaching and seeing that "Aha!" moment in a student's eyes spring from my love of learning. I teach because I want learning to enrich the lives of others in the way that it has mine.
As for tutoring experience, every single student that I have had come to my office hours for on-on-one tutoring has seen their grades - and more importantly, their understanding of the subject - improve dramatically. One student even commented to me that when he had the choice between playing a popular new video game and doing his math homework, he chose the homework because he thought it would be more fun!
As an adjunct professor in mathematics, I have a Master's Degree in Mathematics and as such have a deep understanding of the topics listed here. Since I have recently taught both Pre-Calculus and Calculus II, I am currently more suitable for teaching those subjects than others, though I am perfectly capable of handling many other areas of math as well.
In addition to math, I am also well-versed in physics as this was my undergraduate major and I still retain most of what I learned during it despite math now being my specialty.
I'm available Wednesday and Friday every week from noon until 6pm. I plan to expand the number of hours I am available once I have gotten a feel for how this semester will go. I charge $30/hr (I am open to discussion on price) and prefer to meet in person for tutoring since math, and physics are very difficult to teach online. I currently an adjunct mathematics professor at Rowan University who has taught Pre-Calculus and Calculus II. In addition to tutoring math, I am also quite capable of tutoring physics and chemistry. My love of teaching and seeing that "Aha!" moment in a student's eyes spring from my love of learning. I teach because I want learning to enrich the
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I have a Master's Degree in Mathematics and have completed both and undergraduate and graduate level versions of Linear Algebra. In addition to this, I extensively utilized concepts from this topic during my undergraduate physics classes as well as in everyday applications. I have also covered some very simple examples in a Pre-Calculus course I taught last semester at Rowan university.