I'm here because I genuinely enjoy helping others succeed and I will tell you a little about myself below!
I graduated with my Master's degree in Secondary Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. I also have a Bachelor's Degree in Meteorology...so, if you ever need to know about the weather, I'm your guy!
I've been tutoring mathematics and other select subjects (such as English, Science, and SAT prep) for the last 13 years now (ranging from college classrooms to businesses like Sylvan Learning). I truly enjoy seeing others succeed and knowing that I can help!
For the last few years, I've taught grade 7 math as a classroom teacher; but, I have plenty of experience (especially with student teaching) with high school material ranging from Algebra I, all the way to AP materials (I tutored Calculus in college).
Outside of tutoring, I love to play music (I'm a drummer) and I'm obsessed with PCs - I've built my own!
I've been told that I'm hard-working and very friendly. I am very passionate about Mathematics and Meteorology. I'm very quick to notice even the slightest mistake in my students' work - I would say that's my best quality - I see a misunderstanding of some sort and can explain it in numerous ways based on the way each individual student learns. I will make sure that you fully understand the content I'm tutoring you in.
I can promise that if you get me as your tutor, the time will fly by - I'm a very approachable, fun person by nature. You will most certainly succeed in your endeavors.
Undergraduate Degree: Lyndon State College - Bachelor of Science, Science Teacher Education
Graduate Degree: Eastern Connecticut State University - Master of Arts, Education
Other than Mathematics - Music, drumming, movies, traveling, PC gaming, building electronics, Meteorology, writing letters to my pen pal, riding my bike, playing with my cat, I'm sure I'll add more to this!
Drum and Percussion
Elementary School English
Elementary School Writing
High School Physics
Middle School English
Middle School Science
Middle School Writing
PRAXIS Core Math