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- Designing and improving sessions (how to make sessions efficient, productive and interesting)
My name is Nina, and I live in Siberia, Russia. I'm a six year student in the
mathematics department of the State University. A year ago I got the bachelor's degree
in mathematics, and now I'm taking my master's program.
The basic courses I've taken in the University are calculus, algebra, geometry,
mathematical logic, discrete mathematics, differential equations, functional
analysis, theory of functions of a complex variable, numerical methods, probability
and statistics, topology, theoretical mechanics, hydrodynamics and some other
applied mathematics courses.
I'm working in the Department of Computing Systems of our University. My interest
is the theory of concurrency; especially such formal models as timed Petri nets and
I've been studying English since I was 14 years old in school. (I also studied
French; it was my major subject in our school). Then I continued studying English in
I have been working as a math tutor for
Virtual Classrooms since 2000 and I think
students liked to work with me and they
found the online tutoring program helpful.
You can find students' testimonials here.
I enjoy working as a tutor and I hope that
my further career would be related to teaching.
My most valuable character traits are responsibility, enthusiasm and a good
sense of humor. I always try to achieve my goals such as studying. I'm an easy-going
person and always glad to meet new people. My main hobbies now are computer science
and the Internet, but also I like animals, reading books, music and travelling.
In addition, I like gardening and growing the flowers.