A little background about myself?
Well, I was a trouble maker in high school: highly undisciplined, skipped a lot of classes, got a bad GPA, and barely graduated high school. I remember my math teacher, in particular, who encouraged and persuaded me to get into a community college. To tell you the truth I was raised in a ghetto neighborhood, and the only career that I saw myself doing after high school was dealing. As I look back, three years later, I was lucky enough to take my teachers advice and pursue higher education. As for teaching, math and physics came easily to me, so I tutor Calc 3, and Calc based physics 1 and 2. The idea of tutoring was a little daunting to me in the beginning, but it became more natural when I learned early on that it's just as important to connect with the students. I may not be the most knowledgeable tutor there, seeing there are professors with a degree that definitely know their stuff, but from my experience, I think that if you don't see the student's side of how he or she is attempting the problem then you can't help them better understand the problem, and it goes all down hill from there.
Do you have any teacher experiences that you'd like to share?
Have you ever caught anyone cheating?