Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University (Master's)
University of Arizona (PhD)
My experience includes over 40 years of teaching mathematics at the university level. Most of my classroom experience has been at the undergraduate level with the majority of courses being at the freshman/sophomore level. The courses taught include intermediate algebra, college algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, all levels of calculus, differential equations and numerical analysis. Throughout those many years of teaching I have maintained high student evaluations.
In May of 2010 I retired, but those years of instruction were so enjoyable that now I would like to assist students on a one to one basis. During the late nineties I tutored small groups of students in the NEISD for a local tutoring business and that experience of helping students to master material that they were struggling with was so gratifying, that I decided at that time that I would continue tutoring upon retirement.
My experience includes over 40 years of teaching mathematics at the university level. Most of my classroom experience has been at the undergraduate level with the majority of courses being at the freshman/sophomore level. The courses taught include intermediate algebra, college algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, all levels of calculus,
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I have over 40 years of experience in teaching mathematics at the university level. During that time I taught ordinary differential equations (ODE) at least once almost every academic year - probably over 30 times. Most recently I taught ODE at St. Mary's University (STMU)in San Antonio every fall semester for over 10 years.
The topics covered at STMU included first order equations with applications, homogeneous and non-homogeneous higher order ODE's with constant coefficients and applications, systems of ODE's using eigenvalues, Laplace Transforms, etc. Prior to that the ODE course I taught at Louisiana Tech University included the above topics as well as series solutions of higher order ODE's.