My name is Isaac, I come from South America, but I have been in the US - outside of Boston - for almost 20 years. I studied Physics for my bachelor's degree and then a Master degree and a doctoral degree in Physics. My research spans areas from new mathematical structures in Mechanics, Particle Physics, High Energy Physics and String theory. I have a PhD from an prestigious institute in Israel.
I have taught undergraduate and graduate Physics and Math courses for many years. In each course...
My name is Isaac, I come from South America, but I have been in the US - outside of Boston - for almost 20 years. I studied Physics for my bachelor's degree and then a Master degree and a doctoral degree in Physics. My research spans areas from new mathematical structures in Mechanics, Particle Physics, High Energy Physics and String theory. I have a PhD from an prestigious institute in Israel.
I have taught undergraduate and graduate Physics and Math courses for many years. In each course that I teach I always look for the underlying core of the material, its "melody" before embarking to prepare for it. When I tutor a new material for the student, I try to find out where his or her knowledge of the material stands either by direct questioning or by trying first something simple, before embarking into teaching about it. I talk with the student about the strategy to find out the solution to any particular problem. I teach the student to fish rather than handling him the fishes.
I have used diverse mathematical tools like Calculus, Differential Equations and Liner Algebra in my research. I have taught all of them in my teaching career. I have done research in Physics for many decades and I have taught a wealth of Physics courses for more than twenty years.
I want to help the students I tutor as much as possible, so I am open to suggestions from students and parents. I am easy to reach and will always provide fast responses. Feel free to contact me with any additional questions or to schedule a lesson!