Currently I am a teacher of Chemistry and Physics at a CA High School. Previously I have been an educational professional for 40 years, starting as a teacher of Math and Physics in High school to AP/1st year undergraduate level and I hold teaching credentials in both California and the UK. Later I taught Chemistry (the subject of my degree) to the same standard. I have many former students who have studied at the top UK Universities; Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Durham, Imperial London and so ... [more]

Algebra 1

Algebra 2

I trained as a teacher of Mathematics at the London University Institute of Education. My specialty was in the Secondary age range, which in the UK means from age 11 to age 18+, and I have taught all aspects of Mathematics, both Pure Math and Applied Math, ranging from Pre-Algebra to Calculus. Since coming to the USA I have tutored Math students at all levels and in all subjects with considerable success. I believe that students should become effective independent learners and I encourage them to understand their own strengths and areas for improvement. I then try to work with them to develop improvement strategies that will work for them back in the school environment so that they can see their improvement and understand how to build on it.

Calculus

Chemistry

I trained as a teacher of Mathematics with a minor in Physical Science at the London University Institute of Education. My specialty was in the Secondary age range, which in the UK means from age 11 to age 18+. I have taught Chemistry to the post 16 age group from College entry level to first year college level; Chemistry being the subject of my first degree. Since coming to the USA I have tutored Chemistry students at all levels with considerable success. I believe that students should become effective independent learners and I encourage them to understand their own strengths and areas for improvement. I then try to work with them to develop improvement strategies that will work for them back in the school environment so that they can see their improvement and understand how to build on it.

Geometry

Physics

I have taught Physics for a number of years, starting in the 1970s! The syllabus I taught in the UK was teaching General Relativity (it's about time!), Statistical thermondynamics (why heat goes from hot to cold), a bit of quantum theory (wave particle duality, photoelectric effect) as well as the more traditional content (materials, forces, electricity, magnetism, radioactivity), to high school students. Understanding Math will help!

Prealgebra

Precalculus

Trigonometry

SAT Math

ACT Math

ACT Science

Organic Chemistry

Organic Chemistry was a significant part of my degree. I studied in three lectures a week in my first year, 4 in my second and 3 in my final year. There were also weekly organic chemistry tutorials during the first year with a professor. I emphasize reaction mechanisms as an approach to learning organic chemistry. There are really very few types of chemical reaction and learning these, and the mechanisms by which they occur is the best way to understand organic chemistry. Understanding of chemical bonding is an essential prerequisite.

TEAS

I am able to tutor students in the TEAS test for Mathematics. The Mathematics component of the TEAS contains mainly Arithmetic and conversions between different units, all of which is at a level of Algebra 1 or below. I am already certified to tutor Mathematics up to Calculus and there is nothing in the TEAS syllabus that is at this level. Therefore I am certain that I am qualified to tutor students in the Mathematics component of TEAS