Judy Frank is passionate about mathematics. Math is beautiful; its beauty is reflected in art, music, building construction, snowflakes, pine cones—everything in the universe that we are blessed with.
Judy has a Bachelor of Science in Theoretical Mathematics and Actuarial Science from the University of Calgary. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Master’s Certificate in Mediation and Conflict Resolution, both from Carleton University, and a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science (MLIS) from the University of Alberta. During her MLIS, Judy focused on Structural Equation Modeling. A passionate, lifelong learner, Judy is currently working part-time towards a Master’s of Education in Teaching and Learning.
Judy has 20 years of experience teaching a variety of levels of students including privately tutoring students in all levels in topics of mathematics from pre-algebra to calculus. Judy also works as a professional math tutor at a post-secondary institution. During her extensive experience helping students learn math, Judy has learned that math is something that everyone can learn. The keys to learning math are to access clear instruction unimpeded by extraneous material, ask questions, and practice the skill being learned.
Judy lives with her husband, son, and dog in St. Albert, Alberta, Canada. They homeschool their son, Colton, who enjoys participating in a number of activities including various math fairs and a robotics club.
While traveling with her son on his journey of learning and discovery is Judy’s favorite activity, Judy also enjoys searching for interesting math puzzles and activities, quilting, and calligraphy.