ThomasEdison State College
My degree is a B.S.B.A. with a major in Computers. My initial experience as an instructor was with Chubb Computer Services in Parsippany where I taught their TopGun program, including three computer programming languages. Since then my experience in instructing consisted of corporate training, Passaic Community College, Eastwick College and Bergen Community College as well as, adult schools, GED and substitute teaching.
I have been teaching, instructing and educating in these areas for 20 years. My daughter, who is presently in the eigth grade, is excelling in several subjects, especially Math, Algebra and basic Geometry. It is in this area that I am especially fond of teaching.
Please contact me at your convenience for any assistance that I may give you.
Gerry My degree is a B.S.B.A. with a major in Computers. My initial experience as an instructor was with Chubb Computer Services in Parsippany where I taught their TopGun program, including three computer programming languages. Since then my experience in instructing consisted of corporate training, Passaic Community College, Eastwick College and Bergen
Gerry is very patient , knowledgeable and understanding. I learned a great deal in a short time. I look forward to learning more from Gerry. We covered the basics and also started some intermediate applications. Gerry came prepared with a pre-planned excercises to guide our session so there was no down time.
Gerry B. has a natural enthusiasm for teaching and an excellent ability to communicate with people. Gerry truly enjoys the content of what he teaches which makes his enthusiasm for the subject contagious.
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SOLVE FOR THE UNKNOWN VARIABLE BY
ISOLATING THE UNKOWN VARIABLE
ON BOTH SIDES OF THE EQUAL SIGN:
POSITIVE WHOLE NUMBERS, SUBTRACT FROM
NEGATIVE WHOLE NUMBERS, ADD TO BOTH SIDES
FRACTIONS NEED TO MULTIPLY (BOTH SIDES)
MULTIPLES (EX. 6X ) NEEDS TO DIVIDED
(BOTH SIDES) BY 6
I have been a COBOL programmer with Metlife, NJ Transit, Merck/Medco, and UPS. I taught COBOL programming at CHUBB Computer School and Tier Technology. My introduction classes starting with the 4 divisions and basic structured coding.
In the area of Computer Science I have taught several different courses with CHUBB Computer Services as well as area Adult schools for about 15 years. From introduction to computers, to M.S. Excel, M.S. WORD, M.S. PowerPoint, etc.
My degree is a B.S.B.A. with a major in Computer Information Systems.
Microsoft Excel -
Workbooks, Spreadsheets, Row and Columns, basic Math operations including the Order of Operations (PEMDAS). Cell orientation, Basic functions (SUM, IF, PMT),
Working with Date calculations, Copy and Paste, Cut and Paste...
Specific subjects including (Vlookups, Pivot Tables, Conditional Formatting, Table Handling, Range Names, CALCULATIONS ACROSS WORKSHEETS, CHARTS (and how to edit them, FREEZE PANES and Print Titles, Nested IF statements)