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...I teach Math including Algebra, Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus; All science except advanced Physics; any history, and test preparation for college entrance exams or GED, including essays and research papers. I enjoy teaching immensely but timing and finances allowed me to retire from my former po...

...I have also privately tutored for about a decade, including subjects that involve differential equations. Finally, I have privately tutored graduate math and physics classes that require knowledge of differential equations. Linear algebra is an essential requirement for an understanding of quantum mechanics, and I have been studying quantum mechanics for eleven years.

...Following graduation, I served as an adjunct lab coordinator for a physical science department for a semester. In graduate school, I was a graduate assistant for physical science labs, where I taught and helped students understand difficult concepts. I also know programming and statistics very well, but I have not taught any courses to large groups.

...I earned high scores through repetition of practice problems. As a math teacher, I find that method to be ineffective. Repetition is important to solidify procedural skills, but it does not build a strong foundation and much of the content has been forgotten.

...Simply put, I love to speak math! Anything and everything can be described in terms of mathematics, and I love to talk about it. My approach in teaching math is to get the student to explain to me, in their own words, what it is that a particular mathematical operation is doing.

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