In general, mathematics (especially its application to solving real-world problems) has been a part of who I am and integral to my entire work career as a Senior Engineer and General Manager. Love it!
I have enjoyed tutored students from 13 yrs old to 60 yrs old primarily high school and college students. I was vetted to perform contract work through an exclusive private tutoring agency in Florida at rates up to $150/hr.
I tutored Mathematics / Science courses at Bowling Green State University and at Case Western Reserve University. Eventually I was hired as the Head Math Tutor at Bowling Green State University.
While attending Case Western Reserve University as an undergraduate, I was selected as the teaching assistant for an Engineering Design course for my last 2 years and was a paid tutor for Math and Science courses.
I earned a B.S. Mechanical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University and did my Masters work in Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer at Cleveland State University.
I was excited to be published in the ASME Heat Transfer Journal for my work on "Variational Approach to Unsteady Flow and Heat Transfer in a Channel". This paper was selected and presented at the annual International Conference in California.
I was sought-out and contracted to perform the engineering analysis on a transplant surgical device patented by a world-renowned transplant surgeon who was attending the Unveristy of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Do I really love math? Well...while attending undergraduate college I took at least one calculus math course every single semester until I graduated (yes...I love math! :) )
I believe that I am one of the luckiest people on earth to be able to have a career packed with exciting opportunities to apply mathematics to real-world, business-changing problems. At the same time, I consider myself fortunate to have been able to share my love of math through one-on-one tutoring knowing that I had an chance to affect a student's positive perception of math and its potential to change their lives, like mine, and possibly make our world just a little bit better.
Mark Canter tutored me throughout grade school and high school. He was able to not only help explain the material, but also had a real-world example to tie everything up. I would advise anyone who needs a better understanding to go with Mr. Canter.
1. We exchange phone numbers and emails so we can easily communicate with each other (Skype works too!).
2. We work together to setup a schedule: dates and times (which we can adjust and modify as needed).
3. We get setup to use an online screen share tool like: Zoom or Microsoft Teams.
4. I call you at the start of each session, we connect our screen share tool, and we begin.
B.S. Mechanical Engineering
M.S. Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer
Publication: 1992 ASME Heat Transfer Journal (Unsteady Channel Flow)
Advanced Course Work in Mathematics
Private Tutoring through Friends and Family
Contract Private Tutoring
Pricing depends on topic and course level
I started tutoring while in college at Bowling Green State University through their Tutoring Dept where I became their Head Math Tutor.
Middle School students 13 yrs old both boys and girls (Science and Math)
High School students both boys and girls (Science and Math and SAT/ACT/GRE prep)
College students primarily mathematics
Ask yourself, what am I trying to accomplish (be specific as possible)?
A good answer might be, "I want to complete this homework covering the Pythagoreon Theorem but I don't know how to get started."
Or possibly, "In my course, we just covered Integration By Parts but I am completely confused on how to use it."
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