I've been teaching mathmetics for 10 years now in a public high school. I've taught Algebra 1 (2 years), Geometry (3 years), Algebra 2 (6 years), Pre Calculus (8 years), AP Calculus AB&BC (8 years). I've been also helping my students with SAT Math for 9 years. I know what concepts srudents struggle with and how to help students with those concepts.
It's always fun to watch students' growth in mathematics. I have taught some students four years in a row. I work in a small school.
I have had the pleasure of having Mr. Barindik as my math teacher this past year for Calculus and I could not have asked for a better math teacher than him. His teaching approaches match each students’ different learning styles. He strives to ensure each and every one of his students feel comfortable in the subject he teaches. Having a teacher like Mr. Barindik has helped me gain more interest and appreciation for the mathematics field. Some may see math as very tedious and dull, but with Mr. Barindik, he keeps his students entertained and makes learning enjoyable. The passion he has for math is shown in his dedication towards his students. Any student who has Mr. Barindik as their instructor would be very lucky!
Mr. Barindik has been my math teacher for all four years of high school, and I could not have asked for a better teacher. He has taught me everything I know in my courses ranging from Algebra 2 at a high school level up to Calculus 2 at a college level and there are very few people, if any, who could have taught me as much and as well as Mr. Barindik did. I have always been a math person but having Mr. Barindik as a teacher further deepened my understanding of math and my interest for it. While math can definitely be a drag and unbearable at times, this was not the case with Mr. Barindik as he ensured we had fun while learning and made sure no one fell behind. In all honesty, you cannot go wrong having Mr. Barindik as a math teacher/tutor.
I've had him as a teacher for 3 years now, and he's honestly one of the best teachers I've had. He is able to break down topics to understandable levels and his method of teaching is really easy to grasp. Usually he will go over a new topic, then you practice it with his help, then you do it on your own, and you can ask any questions along the way that come up. He also keeps it simple and focused on the topic at hand. Like if there are other tangents that can be gone off on about a topic, he will acknowledge them, but then make sure you know where they apply, and why that may not be that important to the current topic. Overall I would definitely recommend getting his help if you need it, or even if you just want to reinforce what you think you know, you won't regret it.
I have been learning math with him for around 3 years already and he has consistently made math an easy topic for me. He always makes sure you know what he’s doing and will take the time to go back and further explain it if you need it. He always knows the ins and outs of all sections of math that he teaches too, so almost every question you ask will be answered with a great explanation! He has been the best math teacher I’ve ever had and I have never had a poor experience with his teachings.
I have been teaching mathematics in a public school for ten years now. I have been using Promethean, TI, Desmos, and Zoom in my teaching. I'm also certified to teach AP Calculus AB and BC.
I have Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and Master's degree in Mathematics Education. I started teaching after the college.
I've worked with high school students only. I've taught mostly honors and AP classes.