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I was in the Peace Corps twice (for 2 years in Mali as well as for 2 years in Gabon - both countries are former French colonies in Africa). In Mali, I taught math (in French) in a Malian high school. In Gabon, I was a Math Education advisor for the ministry of education (the country knighted me, i...

...I do not have a my way or the hi-way mentality. I can work with a variety of possible methods that the student may use. Emphasis is always based on the student's understanding of the problem and implementation of the correct technique for achieving a correct solution.

...I have experience teaching math in a one-on-one setting having worked as an instructor at Mathnasium. I also used math throughout my undergraduate study as Physics requires significant amounts of math. I specialize in tutoring for Advanced Placement Physics and Calculus (both AB and BC).I've us...

...I was often the go-to girl for helping my friends understand math concepts they were struggling with. I was able to figure out how to explain the concepts or problems in a way that made sense to them. Later, I used those same skills in a math tutoring program I helped set up at my high school through our school's chapter of the National Honor Society.

...Dynamics and the study of forces: Newton?s three laws. Forces and Motions in Two and Three Dimensions: Vector addition and subtraction, projectiles, objects moving in a circle, and pendulums swinging back and forth, pulleys, drag, tension and frictional forces, time dependent forces and pseudo forces. Gravitation: Kepler?s three laws of planetary motion and the force of gravity.

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