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Brooklyn Polytechnic University
Brooklyn Polytechnic University (Master's)
I am a semi-retired electrical engineer and part time math adjunct teacher at a local college who immensely enjoys teaching, either one-to-one or in a class. I have found that there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach that really works for math, and that students frequently see math problems in quite different ways. Rather than strictly following the standard, text-book methods, my approach is first to learn how the student is thinking about the problem, and teach the material from that viewpoint. Whether you need a little help getting that last bit of clarity on the subject, or are completely lost and bewildered, I can help.
I am a semi-retired electrical engineer and part time math adjunct teacher at a local college who immensely enjoys teaching, either one-to-one or in a class. I have found that there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach that really works for math, and that students frequently see math problems in
My daughter felt extremely comfortable with Bill. She had more of a comprehension for the specific subject that she struggled a bit with and came away feeling confident. He seems to be extremely down to earth, patient, throws in some laughter and enjoys working with the kids. Thanks Bill. You can expect us to call on your services again!
My daughter loves Bill as a tutor. He is patient, guides her to understand concepts, and she is much better prepared now for her tests. Great guy.
Easy to work with and Bill knows his stuff! I will absolutely be scheduling more lessons soon and I highly recommend Bill to anyone who wants to learn about electrical engineering.
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I have been a practicing electrical engineer for over 30 years, engaged in the design, analysis, fabrication, and testing of analog, microwave and RF circuits. When I entered the field, in 1979, there were no commercially available software packages to do circuit design/analysis. So I frequently was called on to generate the equations and FORTRAN code to analyze and optimize the circuits. This provided me with a deep understanding of the circuit theory and mathematical methods used to compute and optimize the response.
I have been employed as an adjunct professor at Stonybrook University in NY, for a senior level circuit analysis class (ESE 311, Analog Integrated Circuits). The class went very well; I enjoyed the student interaction and I believe that the students enjoyed the class as well.
Finally, I would say that over the last 32 years, I have probably learned more from my mistakes than from the jobs that went smoothly, which provided me information I think would serve engineering students well as they begin their career.
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