I am a criminal justice Ph.D. student at the City University of New York Graduate Center. I have been teaching statistics and data analysis in New York City at the undergraduate level for 9 years and at the graduate (master's) level for 5 years. I have taught statistics from both a conceptual and pencil-and-paper mathematical perspective and have also incorporated the use of software, such as Excel, SPSS and R, in my teaching. I have worked with students with a wide range of experience wi... [more]
I have been teaching statistics for the last 8 years at a college in New York City, to both undergraduates and master's level students. I have taught the subject using both a manual approach (students calculate formulas) and a computer-based approach (students use statistical software programs). I can help students with the use of probability in statistics, as well as the process of calculating and interpreting descriptive and inferential statistical data.
I have extensive experience using SPSS, both as a teacher and as a researcher. I have used SPSS in both the undergraduate and graduate classes that I have been teaching for the last several years, and I am proficient in the use of SPSS syntax.