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...What this means is that I am familiar with mathematical concepts ranging from Algebra to Calculus and much more. My librarian skills are valuable because I am aware of all the great resources available for finding out more information. Also as a librarian, I have taught information literacy skills to undergraduate and graduate students for three years.

...Additionally, I understand that physics is not easy as it is non-intuitive, and therefore requires the development of new ways of thinking. Understanding this, I attempt to help each student to embrace this aspect of physics, while approaching each student with patience and compassion. Furtherm...

...My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university.

...As an instructor and tutor in a wide variety of courses, I have experience working with every type of student: The non-math person trying to get by, the math major who wants to know more, and the 20-year-out-of-high-school adult who is going back to school to get a new career.I teach Discrete Ma...

...Some students like visual images, while others like to be communicated verbally. I provide the students with vast amount of different problems that will help them understand the material. I always start with the basics and make sure that they have mastered that because it will allow the student to expand and understand more later.

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