Experience Summary
I am a PhD student of mathematics and it is my passion to make the subjects in which I specialize vivid and understandable. I have been a mathematics instructor at Hunter College for the past 5 years. So far, the list of courses that I taught is as follows: (1) Precalculus, (2) Calculus I, (3) Calculus II, (4) Calculus III, (5) Calculus based probability theory, (6) Real Analysis I, (7) Real Analysis II. In the process of teaching, I developed copious lecture notes, exams, animations, and other material to help my students master difficult concepts. Over 40 student reviews of my lectures are easily found online and many more may be provided upon request.
I am particularly skilled at explaining following topics:
1) Basic Algebra/ Trigonometry/ Precalculus
2) Single Variable Calculus
3) Multivariate Calculus
4) Linear and Abstract Algebras
5) Real and Complex Analysis
6) Analysis on Manifolds
If you need help with more elementary topics or with a subject that I haven't listed here, please feel free to contact. I will be glad to help with any undergraduate and even graduate mathematics courses.
Teaching Style
OVER 40 STUDENT REVIEWS of my teaching style are displayed on ratemyprofessors.com
VIDEO LECTURES are posted on my website aetkin.com