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Auburn University (Chemical Engineering)
University of Pittsburgh (MBA)
I teach Chemistry One, Honors Chemistry II, AP Chemistry and Honors Physics at a local high school in North Carolina. I have 28 years experience in industry with advanced composite materials and eight years experience as a high school science teacher. I enjoy work ing with students to improve their knowledge in science but more importantly, I enjoy helping them to understand the world around us and how science affects their daily lives.
I believe in helping my students to develop a solid foundation in scientific principles and to apply these to real world applications. I believe in hands on experience and detailed problem solving in chemical reactions, energy calculations, naming compounds, solving gas problems, naming organic compounds, acid base titrations, nuclear chemistry and understanding entropy and free energy problems.
I love physics as it a true application of science in determining the stopping distance for a car, the energy required to get to the moon, how to calculate if you can enter a curve at 70 MPH and still survive,the energy within an atom and how to use Newton's laws in real world applications.
I have over 20 years experience in industry and worked with companies all over the world and know how to teach my students to solve real world problems.
If you need help in understanding and solving problems with Chemistry and Physics, please contact me. I teach Chemistry One, Honors Chemistry II, AP Chemistry and Honors Physics at a local high school in North Carolina. I have 28 years experience in industry with
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