My style is fairly simple on using a set of questions to help the student come to the right answer on his/her own. Usually these questions revolve around
1.) determine what they understand
2.) determining what they need to figure out in order to bridge the already understood concepts.
3.) using my own knowledge to create these links.
Experience: MIT has not just given me the ability to analyze quantitative problems, but I've also gotten the chance to teach as much as I possibly can. This basically means six (6)different teaching jobs varying from student ages of 5 to 50. In the most pertinent, I tutored a high school student in Math, Chemistry, Physics, United States History, SAT Math and SAT Verbal. In another opportunity, I got to teach and develop curriculae for hands-on teaching methods of science/math for high-schoolers. It is my hope that you will find my strong math and teaching background useful at your website. Furthermore, I have always felt that I get a long well with young people and that I teach clearly and have been given compliments to that regard. You might also find it interesting that I can reach a greater number of students as I speak English, Spanish and Arabic fluently.
This tutor offers a sliding scale for students with economic hardships.
Time Spent Tutoring:
Gifted/Talented, Home Schooling
Many compliments to my teaching ability.
Congressional Certificate of Merit Award; Pi Tau Sigma Mechanical Engineering Honor Society Member. President's Award for Educational Excellence; National Honor Society Member; Bausch & Lomb Science Scholarship; MET-LIFE Foundation Scholarship; National Merit Scholarship Letter of Commendation; Who's Who Among American High School Students 93-96. Test of Engineering Aptitude Math and Science Team Competition 3rd nationally 1995.