Monthly Archives: December 2012

Add Some Music to Your Math and Physics

Several months ago, an old friend drew my attention to Symphony of Science, a web site “designed to deliver scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form”. While getting a holiday break from being tutored in math, calculus, and physics, I … Continue reading

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Perfect Gifts for the Tutor in Your Life

Today’s post is a departure from my usual focus on serious topics related to tutoring students in calculus, finite math, physics, and chemistry. Is there a tutor in you life? If so, check out the above web site for seasonal … Continue reading

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Math and Physics Applied to Ocean Waves

Waves of all sorts are frequently used as themes in math and physics problems between the eleventh grade and the first year of university. This Mashable article will give me a good real-life example to talk about when I tutor … Continue reading

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Harmless Mathematical Amusements

The web site I think all math and physics tutors should recommend to their students is Khan Academy. That’s why it’s at the top of my Tutor Resources list. For a more fun look at math, I recommend this site … Continue reading

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