Florida Institute of Technolohy
University of Vermont, Burlington, VT (current) (Master's)
My primary expertise is in math, general science and physics. I have taught algebra, trigonometry, pre-calculus and electronics at the college level as an Adjunct Professor at Champlain College, Vermont Tech and Community College of Vermont. I have successfully passed the three PRAXIS One tests, plus the Physics and Science tests in PRAXIS Two for advanced teachers. I am also pursuing Peer Review Certification as a teacher in the State of Vermont and have worked 17 years as a substitute teacher here in a variety of subjects.
I have been through VIRTUS certification for protection of children and parents are welcome to participate in the sessions.
My primary expertise is in math, general science and physics. I have taught algebra, … Read more
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I have taught College algebra a number of times and have passed all the PRAXIS 1 exams for teachers. I am a retired IBM Engineer/Scientist who happens to love teaching. I have also passed PRAXIS 2 advanced exams in Science and Physics.
I have taught this class at CCV and Champlain College.
I hold a BSEE from Florida Inst of Technology and an MSEE from University of Vermont.
I taught at Vermont Tech the following courses, which included labs:
-EL103 DC Electronics
-EL117 Intro to Digital Circuits
-EL216 Electronics II
-EE2050 Microcomputer Technoques
I also taught College Algebra and Precalculus Math for VCC.