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...My librarian skills are valuable because I am aware of all the great resources available for finding out more information. Also as a librarian, I have taught information literacy skills to undergraduate and graduate students for three years. I work with students in all levels of mathematics, from algebra to calculus and also SAT preparation.

...I find it important to break down more difficult concepts into steps, as well as to provide visuals so the concept can be better understood. Also being in special education I know that students constantly learn topics in a different way. Therefore, if one of my students does not understand a concept I teach it in a different way.

...I teach undergraduate Ordinary Differential Equations quite often. Also, at the college where I work, I am the course coordinator so I am familiar with various textbooks and their styles. My expertise leans toward pure math rather than applied.

...At Ursinus College I have been a Logic tutor for a year. I am also Chief of Emergency Medical Services at Ursinus College, a position that has required me to teach and train Emergency Medical Technicians, giving me experience with both in-classroom and hands-on teaching. I love tutoring and teaching and I am good at finding whatever learning method works best for students.

...I don't believe tutoring is just for students who are having difficulty in a subject. Undoubtedly, if a student is having a tough time keeping pace in a classroom, the one on one attention a tutoring session can provide is invaluable. It can afford the student an opportunity to ask questions they might be too shy or embarrassed to ask in front of all their peers.

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