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...In elementary math fundamentals we cover patterns and algorithms alongside fundamental studies. In algebra we use video games to build understanding and practical work to build confidence in the basics of abstract math. Geometry is used to understand proof work and to gain a better understanding of algebra skills through real world examples.

...If you want to develop a clear understanding of physical and mathematical principles and their application, I am the tutor for you.Working consulting scientist and former adjunct professor at Drexel University and Villinova University in Pennsylvania. Work with advanced mathematical techniques a...

...I am comfortable teaching math up through Algebra 2. I know that each student has a different style of learning and relates differently to the concepts and ideas, so I work with the students to find the approaches that make the most sense to each of them. For example, we may draw out a word pro...

...By definition this means they have considerable difficulty with any activity requiring organization or sequencing. Thus, it has been a necessity that I provided such direct instruction throughout my career as a Special Education Teacher certified to teach K-12 emotionally disturbed and/or learni...

...I have tutored high school and college students on this subject. As an undergraduate student in physics and electrical engineering and as a doctoral student in physics, I took advanced courses on mathematical methods in physics and electrical engineering. These courses involved learning the tec...

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