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...As a teacher who has been teaching for over 25 years now, I have always used Power Point to generate my presentations. I have developed presentations for over 200 different training courses and revised each of these courses several times. Some of the presentations I have generated for teaching ...

...As a substitute teacher, I gained valuable experience working with children of all ages and backgrounds, from honor-roll students to at-risk youth to those who just didn't understand their math homework. I will be returning to FSUSD as a substitute teacher this fall. My main interest, as you may have guessed, is microbiology -- but I have a broad background in basic biological sciences.

...There are only students. It is the job of the tutor/educator tailor the subject matter to the student. A dynamic approach to learning is essential, unfortunately most students that do not succeed or need a boost in their education can be helped.

I have experience tutoring kids from ages 10 to 18. In high school I worked with our AVID program and helped younger students with their math and science school work. Starting in 2012 I worked at a boys' and girls' club for nearly two years and came to be in charge of Power Hour, the homework club that is sponsored by the BGCA.

...Finding a better tutor, though, would not be so easy! So when quality is more of an issue than price, get in touch with me and find out just how helpful a top-notch tutor can be. I look forward to working with you.Discrete math includes topics such as summation with sigma notation, mathematical induction (both weak and strong), combinatorics, and graph theory.

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