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...I attended IEP meetings and Special Olympics events before I had any kids of my own, and since having my own, I have continued as a sign language interpreter, job coach and tutor, to encourage people with special needs to excel. Secondly, let me say that because of my life experiences, I don't pull any punches. I don't give my students excuses to fail because of their disabilities.

...It is clear with the large amount of birth defects and hospitalizations and the catastrophic STD rates in cities that a more clear and pronounced teaching is necessary for students and adults. My emphasis is towards prevention of diseases such as Ebola using advanced Physics, Chemistry, Biology,...

I started teaching during the summer of my 10th grade, and have been teaching for 10 years ever since that summer. Throughout my time as an undergraduate at Columbia University, I tutored SAT Math and was a teaching assistant for various college courses. After graduating, I began teaching full-time with THINK Global School as a math teacher for grades 9, 10, and 11.

...My goal is to make sure you understand the rules. My mathematical background includes algebra, geometry, trigonometry, 3 semesters of calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, and a year of statistics. In addition, my research required that I use my math skills on a daily basis to analyze data and design experiments.

...I love math, but understand that not everyone does. So my job, being a tutor, is to be a math translator and educator. Part of being successful in math is understanding the language first, then learning the process.

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