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I am a very caring, patient, competent, and experienced math tutor, coach, teacher, and mentor. My primary focus is calculus (college and high school …
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Professor Jon has been very helpful in explaining calculus in a manner that many instructors do not have the desire or ability to teach. He is very patient, does not look down upon or discourage a student from asking ANY questions. This is a great characteristic of this man and added to his buoyant and courteous personality, he is a tutor who stands above many. Overall, he is great at summarizing and discussing topics so you can have a better understanding, from basic math operations to complex calculus. He has been very flexible in scheduling and his assistance is much appreciated.

Jon did a great job of helping my daughter with some specific AP Calculus BC topics and specific testing help. He knows the field and was able to help since he is teaching the same topics at Kennesaw State currently. He also helped with some tricks and tips on how to solve problems quickly from a test taking preparation point. Jon was also very flexible in coming to our house which saved a lot of time for me and my daughter. We couldn't have had a better experience. I would certainly recommend Jon to anyone requiring help with Calculus.

He is truly Doctor Calculus. He has helped my son tremendously with AP Calculus. He is patient, kind, courteous, always on time, and definitely knows his stuff! I could not recommend him more highly. Super nice guy!

Jon has been tutoring my son in preparation for taking his SAT. We have both been happy with his teaching style. Jon is easy going and encouraging. My son feels he really understands the math concepts that Jon reviews with him. I love that now I'm not the only one telling my son that he needs to practice and study in preparation for the test! I feel this is money well spent!

Jon was more that a great tutor for my daughter. Not only did he prepare her for the SAT but provided life lessons as well. She enjoyed their conversations beyond math. He instilled confidence in her to pursue excellence in her future plans. She was happy to meet Jon. After their last tutoring session, she came home and told me that she will miss him.

Thanks Jon!!

Jon was very patient in this first session and my son had a much better understanding of the concepts. He took his time and was consistent, which is a must for my son. We look forward to working with Jon in the next session!

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My background allows me to help you or your child with calculus:

1) I have an advanced background in mathematics, which includes full proficiency in calculus, differential equations and numerical analysis (at a graduate level.)

2) My degrees and professional experience in mechanical engineering have given me practical problem solving insights that allow me to help the student solve difficult or "tricky" calculus problems. Most students learn the math principles, but need to learn how to intuitively apply them!

3) My broad high school math teaching experience (8th grade through 12th grade, including Advanced Math/Precalculus and high school calculus) and one-on-one tutoring have given me the ability to effectively teach any level of high school and college level math up to and including calculus.

Calculus, which is taught to advanced (usually highly-gifted) high school students and in college, is necessary for engineering, science and mathematics degrees, and for students seeking other degrees which also require calculus or simply wishing to be well-rounded. Let me help you or your child to not only learn, but to become fully proficient in calculus!

I am very familiar with ordinary and partial differential equations, having passed college-level courses in calculus, differential equations, and numerical analysis (which covers numerical techniques to solve ordinary and partial differential equations.) As a mechanical engineering student, various classes solved ordinary and partial differential equations as part of the curriculum, such as the Heat Equation in three dimensions for graduate level heat transfer courses. As a scientist at three DOE National Laboratories, I analytically and numerically solved ordinary and partial differential equations for various research purposes, such as the complex analytic solution (verified by comparing the analytic results with a numerical solution) of radon flow into the basement of a dwelling, expressed using a second order partial differential equation in three dimensions.

I am a degreed Mechanical Engineer:

BS, Mech. Eng., Univ. of Minnesota (1977)

MS, Mech. Eng., Univ. of Minnesota (1979)

PhD, Mech. Eng., Univ. of Minnesota (1981)

For all three degrees, the areas of graduate-level specialty include heat transfer (conduction, convection and radiation), thermodynamics, thermochemistry, solar energy conversion, numerical analysis and computer modeling. The title of my Ph.D. thesis is "High Temperature Thermal Dissociation Processes."

I worked as a mechanical engineer/staff scientist for the following DOE National Laboratories:

Sandia National Laboratories Sandia (1981 to 1984)

Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (1985-1990)

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (1990-1995)

My background allows me to help you or your child with Precalculus:

1) I have an advanced background in mathematics, which includes full proficiency in calculus, differential equations and numerical analysis (at a graduate level.)

2) My degrees and professional experience in mechanical engineering have given me practical problem solving insights that allow me to help the student solve difficult or "tricky" Precalculus problems. Most students learn the math principles, but need to learn how to intuitively apply them!

3) My broad high school math teaching experience (8th grade through 12th grade, including high-school Precalculus) and one-on-one tutoring have given me the ability to effectively teach any level of high school math, and college level math up to and including calculus.

Precalculus, usually taught in the 11th or 12th grade in high school, or in college, is a necessary math course to prepare the student for high school or college calculus. I will help you or your child learn Precalculus, and to prepare for the rigors of calculus!

My background allows me to help you or your child with Trigonometry:

1) I have an advanced background in mathematics, which includes full proficiency in calculus, differential equations and numerical analysis (at a graduate level.)

2) My degrees and professional experience in mechanical engineering have given me practical problem solving insights that allow me to help the student solve difficult or "tricky" trigonometric problems. Most students learn the math principles, but need to learn how to intuitively apply them!

3) My broad high school math teaching experience (8th grade through 12th grade, including high-school Algebra 2 and Advanced Math/Precalculus which covers Trigonometry) and one-on-one tutoring have given me the ability to effectively teach any level of high school math, and college level math up to and including calculus.

Trigonometry, which is occasionally taught as a stand-alone course in high school and as an introductory course in college (to prepare the student for calculus) is usually covered in high school Algebra 2/Advanced Math/Precalculus, and in college algebra, is a necessary math course to prepare the student for high school or college calculus. I will help you or your child learn Trigonometry!

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