Having worked as an engineer in my last career, I can relate my real world experience to the math content that the student would bring to me. If a student is working on linear algebra, I could use examples of physics and mechanical engineering to illuminate why that math is applicable to real world.
I enjoy helping students understand the concepts after undergoing productive stuggle of the material. It is very rewarding to direct students towards understanding the material and revel in their progress. That way, students would leave with more positive memories of math than the average student.
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I would like to get an idea of their strengths and weaknesses of the desired math topic via sample coursework and assessments from school. That way I can adjust the tutoring sessions to improve learning gaps and reinforce strengths.
I have a Masters of Science in Mechanical engineering, a degree which required extensive coursework in advanced mathematics ranging from calculus 1 to differential calculus as well as coursework in statistics and discrete mathematics.
While working in industry as a manufacturing engineer, I also learned shop math and geometric dimensional and tolerancing arithmetic. I believe I can relate these experiences with course material.
My prices range from $25-$35 an hour.
I made the full switch from engineer to educator at the start of 2019. I was volunteer teaching math in Springfield Veritas Prep Charter school and taught summer school at Holyoke Public Schools for rising 5th grade math.
I have experience teaching in middle mathematics in Springfield Public School district and high school mathematics at Southwick Regional High School. Both student populations varied having taught both in urban and rural education.
Students should try completing the entire work independently so they can gather a list of math problems that they are not certain how to do. Coming prepared with what problems to work on is the best use of their time as well as the teachers.