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I recently taught precalculus at the high school level for four years. I am a chemical engineer by profession and education. The last ten years of my career were as the president of a chemical corporation. I retired early and became involved in education. I have taught four plus years of all levels of high school mathematics-Algebra I and II, Geometry, Mathematical Functions, Precalculus, and Calculus. Now that I no longer teach, I have become involved in tutoring. My schedule is quite flexible. Mathematics has been a joy and passion of mine. I could also call ... [more]

My name is Fallon, and I graduated from Clemson University with a degree in Secondary Education and Mathematics. I can tutor all subjects from basic math to Calculus 4. I also have experience tutoring for the ASTB. I use my teaching skills I learned in college and incorporate them when I tutor. Also, I try to connect all skills to real-life uses to help students better understand what they are learning. I like to use visuals when possible, and I find it helpful to use steps to better... [more]

I taught secondary (HS) mathematics for 24 years in New Hanover and Brunswick Counties. I have tutored calculus, but I spend most of my time tutoring statistics and precalculus students who attend UNC-Wilmington, Cape Fear Community College and local high schools. I also worked as a lead tutor in the Learning Lab of Cape Fear Community College from 2000 - 2011. Currently, I am working full time as a Digital Learning & Teaching Facilitator in Onslow County. I have the experience to help all... [more]

I have concentrated in helping many students in this area. For example, one student went completely through the course and another student picked up with only a few weeks to go. Both of them said I had really made a difference in their understanding of the material. I was lucky enough to make straight A's in math while in college but making an A in math was not always the case for me. I had a very difficult math teacher in High School that simply did not give enough time to take a test to get all the answers right. Do you run out of time taking a test? I found out that getting with others an [more]

I graduated from Duke in 2015 with a double major in Mathematics and English, and I'm currently back living in Wilmington while taking a semester away from law school at UNC-Chapel Hill. My tutoring experience began in earnest during my sophomore year of college when I began working part-time tutoring students enrolled in Calculus 1, 2, and 3. Over the course of those first three years I developed a tutoring philosophy that focuses on meeting students where they are, and then building them ... [more]

I have been a student (I have 4 degrees in mechanical engineering, 3 of them advanced.) and a teacher (I have been full time faculty, visiting professor, adjoint and online faculty.) for a very long time. My teaching style and philosophy have developed and matured based on these experiences. When I teach, I try to emulate my best teachers, and I also share with my students the ways in which I understood and sometimes discovered concepts. I believe that understanding the fundamental princ... [more]

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