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...I taught 8 years as a mathematics teacher at Allen High School and I tutored on the side. Seeing more and more students struggle each year with mathematics, I felt I could make more of a difference in the role of an instructional specialist. This year I have completed my masters program and have taken the position of mathematics coach to better train math teachers.

...I look forward to helping you meet your mathematical potential.I received my Master's in Mathematics from Texas Woman's University in December 2013. One of my required courses was symbolic logic, which I received an A. A year after taking the course, I was asked to be an assistant teacher/tutor for the undergraduate logic class.

...I have been tutoring middle and high school students informally for years, and professionally since October 2015. I attended the University of North Texas from 2010-2015 and graduated with a B.S. in Mechanical and Energy Engineering with a Minor in Mathematics. I have had a passion for math, science, and engineering from a very young age.

Me: I am an energetic, fun-loving, math-loving former high school teacher. I have a passion for teaching and helping students actually understand math. As much as possible, I teach to all types of learning--visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

...Thermodynamic relationships will be investigated. Students will explore the factors that affect the rates of a reaction and apply them to the theory of dynamic equilibrium. They will predict changes in equilibrium based on LeChatelier?s principle, and apply them to 2 acid-base theory.

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