- Levels Taught:
- High School, College
I have extensive experience both teaching and tutoring high school and undergraduate chemistry courses.
- Teaches students:
- Ages 13+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
I am a US Navy submarine veteran and former field engineer with expertise on electro-mechanical systems who traded in his heavy tools for even heavier textbooks. Prior to leaving industrial fields, it was often a part of my job to train new personnel on equipment, maintenance practices, and documentation, which I really did enjoy and so I decided to become a teacher. Now I truly enjoy both teaching and learning. I am currently graduate student (again), now earning a Master of Science degree in astronomy and will likely continue with my PhD in astrophysics.
I have taught physics and chemistry at local high schools for the past 6 years and really enjoy the subject material, regardless of whether it is calculus-based or algebra-based. although I really do enjoy teaching mechanics and electricity the most. I always bring a good sense of humor and positive attitude to all of my lessons and try to make physics interesting and fun.
Regular classroom teacher of physics and chemistry courses in local, pubic high schools. I have successfully taught the following subjects: AP Physics 1, 2, & C, IB Physics SL, HS Honors Physics and Chemistry, Principles of Technology, and Experimental Sciences.Show More
Licensed to teach chemistry and physics in Florida high schools.
AAPT was established in 1930 with the fundamental goal of ensuring the "dissemination of knowledge of physics, particularly by way of teaching." Founders, Homer L. Dodge, Paul E. Klopsteg, and William S. Webb, led the effort to organize the first association dedicated to improving physics education. Today that vision is supported by members around the world.Show More
Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), International Honor Society in Education, was founded in 1911 to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching. For over a century, the Society has consistently grown, starting with a local chapter to become the international organization it is today, with an initiated membership that exceeds 1.2 million!
Using a variety of programs, services, and resources, KDP supports and advances educators throughout the phases and levels of their teaching careers.