I am a practicing Ph.D. economist (I serve as an expert witness on behalf of ratepayers in electricity and natural-gas regulatory proceedings) with more than 15 years of experience teaching principles of economics as an adjunct faculty member. I most recently taught at Metro State University.
In addition to working with undergraduate students, I have successfully assisted students in MBA programs. I can handle micro-, macro- and managerial economics courses, with introductory-level statisti...
I have taken math through second-semester calculus, so I know the subject. Further, I know what it is to struggle with math, having done so in the calculus course, With help from the patient instructor, I eventually thrived. I would bring that same attitude to tutoring math, plus training and experience in teaching economics. The methods learned there transfer to teaching in general.
I taught microeconomics and macroeconomics principles classes at least half a dozen times each as a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and for eight years as an adjunct faculty member at Metropolitan State. Further, I taught a pre-MBA course in economics at Metro State. I know the material covered in each course and know effective methods to assist students learn unfamiliar vocabulary and concepts.
I have worked as a reporter and editor for newspapers, as an author and editor of distance-education materials, and edited the papers of South Korean students while they and I were in graduate school.