I have a master's degree in math from Rensselaer Polytechnic, and another master's degree in physics from Southern Illinois University. I have more than 8 years experience teaching in high school and college classrooms. I'm currently not teaching because I'm taking some time off to learn more about computer programming. I am open to helping with any course geometry or algebra 2 or higher until classes offered at the graduate school level. I do appreciate knowing the topics we'll be lookin... [more]
I have a master's degree in mathematics. I've taught calculus 1 and 2 in high schools, and small groups of calculus 2 and 3 in a university setting. I've also seen the application of calculus in various physics courses, as well as been on call at a couple of universities to help students with their calculus-based work.
I have a master's degree in physics, experience teaching and grading physics labs in a university setting, and tutoring at a university help desk. I have also taught Physics classes to students in eighth grade and high school.
I have played for over two decades, with experience in four university orchestras as well as playing in the pit of multiple professional productions, including musicals, operas and ballets. I have played pieces like the Mendelssohn e minor violin concerto and Bach Ciaccone. I am familiar with the Suzuki teaching method.
I have taken Differential Equations as well as graduate level math classes beyond it, including graduate level classes such as ordinary differential equations and multivariable calculus. I re-encountered differential equations (and equations that simplify to differential equations) in a graduate level math for physicists course. I also have encountered differential equations in "real world" courses such as quantum mechanics, electromagnetism and mechanics.
I have taught linear algebra in a university setting as part of a combined calculus 3 with linear algebra course.