Monmouth College (Electronic Engineering)
Union College (Graduate Coursework)
Monmouth College (Graduate Coursework)
Being an electronic circuit design engineer for over 30 years has made me aware that there is a need to bring to the student a love of physics and the math. This understanding of these subjects is essential to understand the rapid changes in technology and for everyday life.
The reason that I am pursuing tutoring is to encourage students out who want to understand the physical sciences and math. Math is the language of physics and engineering The understanding of the math is essential to get an understanding of the system and to determine the outcome.
I graduated from Monmouth College in 1976 with a BSEE
I also have taken graduate level courses in (Communication Theory, Advanced Math and Statistics).
I served in Vietnam 1970 -1971 and hold one US Patent.
I have also taught at Devry Technical School and ITT technical Schools in NJ. The subjects taught were Passive Circuit Analysis, Basic Math, Algebra, Complex Numbers, Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics, Binary number theory and base n, Basic electrical theory (Ohms law, Kirchhoff's Laws, circuit theorem's), Electronic device theory (bipolar transistors, field effect transistor and diodes).
The Industries I have worked in are, Navel Nuclear Instrumentation Design, Aero Space, Power Conversion, Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics and Instrumentation.
As a senior member of the technical staff part of my job was mentoring new engineers with different backgrounds. This training required me to teach the analysis and design practices. I accomplished this by breaking things down to the lowest level and work up from there.
I am flexible in my hours since I am retired and look forward to meeting with the student. Being an electronic circuit design engineer for over 30 years has made me aware that there is a need to bring to the student a love of physics and the math. This understanding of these subjects is essential to understand the rapid changes in technology and for everyday life.
The reason that I am pursuing tutoring is to encourage
We can discuss rates for groups of 3 or more.
Rob was extremely helpful with me the entire time. He had no problem showing me how do stuff multiple times if I didn't understand it. I feel like he really wanted to help and he wasn't there just for the money. I would highly recommend having him as a tutor.
thank you Jon
Robert came on short notice to help my daughter prepare for an AP HS physics test. He cares about his students and wants to help. It was a positive experience working with Robert
Bob did a great job working with my 16-year old, Junior in High School with Algebra 2. My son could not finish and was stressing over his math homework. However, Bob "broke through," and my son had an "ah-ha" moment. Now, my son also has much greater confidence with the material. Kudos to Bob!
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My qualifications for this subject are using algebra in all its forms which is essential to doing design and analyses.
Beside being an Electronic engineer for 30 yrs I am also veteran and have all the skills to help anyone pass the ASVAB Test.
I have been an electronic engineer for over 20 years. I have done analog and power supplies designs for Aerospace navy nuclear commercial, and military. I have also taught at night in several Technical schools where I taught basic electrical and electronic principles and the math required.
My understanding of geometry concepts comes for working in industries which requires a better-than-basic understanding of geometrical spaces. Having to use geometry concepts is a great background for tutoring geometry.
Being an electronic engineer for 30 years and working indifferent disciplines requires a real understanding of physics, giving me a great background to tutor physics.
My qualifications for this subject are using algebra for design and analysis of circuits, which was essential to the success of projects.
Being a retired electronic circuit engineer, trigonometry and algebra are an everyday tools that must stay sharp. I want to help students get a handle on theses subjects so they can reach calculus.
Being a retired electronic circuit design engineer, math is an everyday tool that must stay sharp. I want to help students get a handle on theses subjects.
I taught several different subjects for Electronics technicians DeVry and Rets technical schools at night. Besides circuit theory and electronics most of the subjects also needed different subjects in Math. Trigonometry is used in AC circuit analysis so it is not a subject which I had to pass the test for but I had to use it.