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...Learn how to calculate most of the univariate statistical models by hand (more commonly needed for students in introductory statistics courses). 7. Understand the results of the tests whether conducted using a computer program or by hand 8. Understand the appropriate ways to write-up a test r...

...With this in mind my teaching and learning objectives for students include the simplification of material and concepts to be taught and learned, the presentation of examples and applications to practical problems to aid learning. Through these objectives I aim for students to become self-confide...

...With the proper instruction, difficult concepts become easy and the math problems can actually be, dare I say it, enjoyable. I received a A in both my Physics 1 and Physics 2 courses. I have been tutoring physics for several years and enjoy simplifying these difficult concepts.

...I even spent my first summer in college working as a math teacher's assistant at a public school in South Central LA. I helped many struggling students achieve great grades in their math class, one thanking me personally for helping him get his first A in math ever. I try to explain concepts using down-to-earth terms and examples with visual aids whenever possible.

...As an educator, I have been a physics teaching assistant, adjunct professor and of course, private tutor. My teaching style is fluid with a heavy emphasis on visuals and working with graphs. I start with procedures until students feel comfortable enough to jump into concepts and how they are connected.

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