- Montreal, Québec, Canada
$35.00 - 50.00 /hour
- Gender: Male
- Age: 64 years old
- Last login: 2016-10-05
- At student's home
- At tutor's home
- In a center
The most important challenges for a math and Stat teacher are to have students gain a fundamental understanding of the concepts and intuition behind the formulas and know how and when these concepts may be applied. Another challenge is to make math courses enjoyable even for students who are mathematics averse. Through my long teaching experience of 27 years and my bi-educational background (North American and European), I believe that I have developed some teaching methods and skills in order to meet these challenges.
I have taught mathematics and statistics to engineering, and business students who are taking the course with the goal of applying the concepts in other courses. As such, I prepare the classes in a way to meet different interests.
My pedagogical approach focuses on practical and applied aspects of mathematics and statistics, while delivering, at the same time, the minimum theory necessary for a comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter and suitable for the class level to be taught.
My curses evaluations by students have always reported great enthusiasm for teaching and and clarity of presentation.
My primary objective is to improve students grades as quickly as possible.
- Degree: Ph.D (Completed in 1993)
- Location: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (United States)