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...Before this, most of school is memorization and regurgitation, but physics is more of a way of thinking. After patiently working at it, something clicked and it transformed the way I look at the world. This valuable method of thinking is applicable across many disciplines.

...As an Adjunct Professor in College Physics, I know that Trigonometry is used extensively to solve real world physics problems. I have that dual ability to teach the Mathematics and relate it to the physical problems. I have many years of statistics experience at the college course level as well...

...I indubitably possess a deep passion in learning mathematics and teaching it to other people, since the time of high school. Furthermore, in high school I was assigned as a student mentor for Pure Mathematics (Calculus) for 2 years. As a student mentor in high school, I taught students Pre**calculus**, Calculus I, and Calculus II.

...In 2003 I founded a programming circle in Russia where I taught algorithms and data structures to interested high school students. In 2004-2005 I taught two experimental high school courses also focusing on algorithms and data structures. In 2011 I gave a talk on dynamic programming to 100 computer science majors at Brooklyn Technical High School.

...In turn, I always have the student model and explain in their own words what they've learned, showing their process for deriving an answer. In this way, I know that they fully understand and will hopefully accomplish learning other math concepts more easily. I am fulfilled the most about teaching math when students who do not like it, recognize their ability to learn it well.

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