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I have tutored and communicated successfully to students of all ages, temperaments and skill levels.
I have Mathnasium curriculum insight, resulting from about a year with Mathnasium of Sarasota, FL.
I have received training and certification in LSI tutoring methodology by author in the field, Dr. Paul Nolting (do not necessarily rely on this method or approach, obviously).
I have done a lot of...
(Recently reactivated account--availability flexible--estimate tht wll chge w/in ~wks)
I have tutored and communicated successfully to students of all ages, temperaments and skill levels.
I have Mathnasium curriculum insight, resulting from about a year with Mathnasium of Sarasota, FL.
I have received training and certification in LSI tutoring methodology by author in the field, Dr. Paul Nolting (do not necessarily rely on this method or approach, obviously).
I have done a lot of help for older students (sometimes called "returning" independent of history). I have performed before classrooms of elementary school students; turned everything around for college students facing trouble in a variety of coursework, including general liberal arts and humanities; clarified undergraduate and graduate-level chemistry, biochemistry, quantum mechanics, and physical chemistry, calculus, differential equations, and all undergraduate mathematics coursework generally; and, finally, I have helped professional adults toward diplomas and promotions by helping them in supplemental coursework, particularly online, but also on campus. **************************************************************************************
I was accepted into competitive Chemistry honors research program at Rider University;
I was selected as undergrad to present at an AMA conferences at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, where I gave talk on the mathematics of insect flight, and its applications, and presented a demystification of the myth that bumblebees cannot fly according conventional aerodynamics.
My Organic Chemistry professor asked me to perform on Science Day for elementary school students... as mentioned. I participated two or three years (can't remember now) as captain of my school's Math Olympic team and took part in competitions held in north Florida (AMATYC). And the final boring self aggrandizement I will share--I was given Outstanding Biology Student of the Year award one second semester by a biology professor who took a liking to me, claiming I had taught her things (who knew?).
While attending SCF, I participated three years in a row on the Math Olympics Team in a competition organized by the AMATYC (American Mathematics Association of Two Year Colleges) and was selected by my Math professor to give a presentation at the Southeastern Meeting of the American Mathematical Society held on the campus of Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
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I have worked year editing academic manuscripts and journal articles, and of course I have a general liberal arts education. It is often the case that my math- or science- students require help in other classes: English, History, etc. Hence I am available to tutor in nearly every course--CONTACT ME.