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...After making a significant career change four years ago, I now get to experience the joy of teaching on a regular basis as a full-time high school Math & Science teacher at a small private school. Through my years of tutoring I have come to realize that everyone learns in different ways. That is why I like to teach concepts from multiple angles and a variety of examples.

...I have taken a number of bible courses concerning theory, application, history, and meaning. I was a bible school teacher for two years and I am second in line to teach Sunday School if the superintendent is not present. I have experience using differential equations in eight of my college courses.

...I will be attending The Ohio State University in the fall of 2016, so I am looking to spend some of my free time this summer helping out students with math and science. Although I do not have any prior educational teaching experience, I took all honors/AP math and science courses while at Stevenson. I plan to major in computer science at Ohio State.

...Outside of that, I have also been tutoring privately to help students with varying backgrounds in math (from middle school to college). Overall, I greatly enjoy working and connecting with students, and even more when it relates to math. My patience, creativity, and my relational attitude help m...

...I'm math major, and have been working at Loyola Math Club Tutoring for a year. I love learning math, and I'm more than happy to help you with math on elementary algebra, pre-**calculus**, **calculus**, differential equations, etc. I have taken math courses, such as Calc (I, II & III), number theory, linear algebra, abstract algebra at Loyola, and completed them with A- or higher.

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