I offer premium tutoring services at an affordable cost. In addition to over 25,000 student-hours of tutoring experience in all levels of mathematics, science, and Latin, I have also been a secondary school teacher for 15 years in the same subjects. (Having taught history and literature, I can generally help with these also.) I have a B.S. in materials science, a M.S. in materials science, and a M.S. in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the latter two under a fellowship from the National Science Foundation. I also spent 3 years studying Greek and Latin classics at U of A. After years of working for someone else, I finally started my own business in 2015. My company website is integralaz.com. I feel that I have a strong ability to express difficult concepts and subject matter in ways that a high school, middle school, or adult student can grasp.
I particularly enjoy watch a students suddenly understand something that they were struggling with. It is also always exciting to hear back from students about their successes on the SAT or ACT. It brings me great satisfaction to see them getting into the universities of their choice.
I offer a free trial session to all new clients. I try to match all of my tutoring to their particular requirements, but most students are looking for conceptual explanations, help with homework, and test preparation (either academic or SAT/ACT).
I received a B.S. in Materials Science and a M.S. in both Materials Science and Electrical Engineering. I have 16 years of teaching and over 25,000 student-hours of tutoring experience. I have taught all high school math and science courses, as well as a number of history, Latin, and literature courses.
Standard fixed time tutoring is $50 for each one-hour session. Drop-ins, which allow you to come at a time of your choosing each week or only when needed, are priced at $60 per one-hour session in a package of 8.
I left engineering and returned to the university to study Greek and Latin classics. Gradually, I came to see teaching as my vocation.
All types, from all types of schools. However, I only teach 5th grade and up, including high school and college.
Birth of my children.
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