I recently moved to the area and am looking for some students that I can tutor while I look for a job. I am a new father, so most of my time is spent either looking for a job or looking after my son right now.
I taught math and statistics at two local community colleges in Spokane, WA for 6 years. The math was at the developmental/remedial level for college students. It would have been math that most students would have seen in their high school years. I have taught everything from...
I recently moved to the area and am looking for some students that I can tutor while I look for a job. I am a new father, so most of my time is spent either looking for a job or looking after my son right now.
I taught math and statistics at two local community colleges in Spokane, WA for 6 years. The math was at the developmental/remedial level for college students. It would have been math that most students would have seen in their high school years. I have taught everything from addition and subtraction with decimals and fractions to math with polynomials and graphing.
Statistics is a passion of mine. I enjoyed the basic statistics class more than any other during my time at the college. I can help with anything that a high school student would have seen and would be able to help with any undergraduate statistics classes as well.
I graduated from Montana State University with a Master's Degree in Statistics. During my two years as a grad student there, I taught classes for precalculus and statistics. I also tutored basic physics back during my undergrad.
I feel very confident that I will be able to help you with any math below Calc II and I may be able to help with a few other select subjects like linear algebra. I have taken a few physics courses, but I only really feel confident with tutoring basic physics, like motion, momentum and forces. This is usually something like the first 200 level physics.