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...Our curriculum at the elementary school, where I taught first through ninth grade, included phonics. I taught study skills to new students at the college where I worked. I attended an unaccredited Bible Institute at my church, and I also taught classes in this institute.

...I teach AP Physics at a local high school. Some teachers can make math and physics pretty confusing and I really enjoy clearing things up. I have experience tutoring struggling students, high-performing students, and students with special needs.

...Thank you for your timeI have personally taught several classes in Calculus AB and BC, where differential equations is a single part of that course. I have also tutored students (not through WyzAnt, but through other programs) Calculus and Differential Equations. I also have tutored students after school and one of my tutees received a '4' on his AP Calculus AB test.

...Prior to returning to college for this second bachelor degree, I was a chef who put great effort in the education of my staff; I would try to understand who I was teaching, what motivated them, and the best approach to use when teaching them. I am a firm believer in individualized education, bec...

...To this end, I expect all of my students to work, but I don't expect them to understand the material the first (or fifth) time around. I also expect that we might have to get creative in how we explain the material, either using diagrams or physical objects or finding a metaphor that fits for that student. I'm willing to put in that work so long as the students are.

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