I have taught high school math for the past 11+ years, since I graduated college in 2003. The courses I have taught are Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Algebra 2, Trigonometry, Geometry, and Algebra 1. I have taught our honors track, academic track, and career track (levels 1, 2, and 3). I always try to e...
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"My Story/ Experience"I graduated with an Industrial & Systems Engineering Degree from Philadelphia University , May of 2012. This means I had to endure quite a bit of challenging math and or science courses. From Calculus I up to differential equations each math course created a new set of challenges for me to overcome in hopes of obtaining my degree.
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I have a Ph.D. in theoretical particle physics, one of the most mathematically demanding branches of physics, from UCLA. My undergrad degree from Cornell U. was also in physics. From my five years as a teaching assistant in Physics in graduate school at UCLA, I have a great deal of experience with students, and I know that most of them say "I hate physics", and that's OK.
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...Upon graduation, I began my studies at Saint Joseph's University. During this time I worked as a tutor for high schoolers and middle schools, as well as working in the Writing Center on campus. I was invited to join the National Honors Society of Psychology, Psi Chi in 2012.
Moorestown, NJView Tutor
...For a bit more about my educational background, please consider the following. I attended high school in upstate New York, where I received a Regent Diploma. I have an Bachelors of Science degree in Chemistry, Marine Biology, and History from Roger Williams University.
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