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...Most recently I was employed by a high school as a special education teacher in self-contained Algebra and Geometry classes for ED/LD youth. In addition, I have taught or been a tutor for Pre-Algebra, US/VA History and Government, English, Biology, Earth Science, Active Physics, and Law in Actio...

...Steve is especially strong in Algebra II covering a wide variety of topics from complex fractions to graphing to quadratic equations to conics. Factoring techniques for complex quadratic expressions such as grouping and/or slide and divide are covered in detail. Analyzing polynomial graphs to determine vertical, horizontal and slant asymptotes as well as end behavior is also covered.

...I have a mechanical engineering degree from UCLA and am comfortable with all math through and including Calculus. I am certified with wyzant to teach Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, PreCalculus, Calculus, physics and chemistry, as well as a few other topics. I can help anyone with the mathematics aspects to the ASVAB.

...I have experience teaching American Poetry. The best approach in tutoring any student in Poetry or other Literature depends upon the student's learning style and also upon the student's strengths and/or weaknesses in this subject. An auditory learner will likely be assisted by taking turns read...

...I have a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in English. My MA program was The Teaching of Writing and Literature. I currently teach English composition at NVCC and enjoy the challenge of helping all of my students progress as writers.

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