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For the past 17 years, with great success and satisfaction, I taught all subjects to high school students at a small, non-traditional private school in Denver. In addition, afternoon and evening hours were spent working individually with students of all types in credit accrual, subject tutoring, an...

...I have also privately tutored for about a decade, including subjects that involve differential equations. Finally, I have privately tutored graduate math and physics classes that require knowledge of differential equations. Linear algebra is an essential requirement for an understanding of quantum mechanics, and I have been studying quantum mechanics for eleven years.

...Elementary Math Pre- Algebra Integrated Algebra and Geometry 1I can teach beginners algebra based physics. My lesson plans focus on laws, equations, and word problems. Physics is fun and can be taught in an engaging way.

...As a math teacher, I find that method to be ineffective. Repetition is important to solidify procedural skills, but it does not build a strong foundation and much of the content has been forgotten. Because of this, I try to blend concepts with procedural skills so my students have a deeper understanding of the content.

...Within 24 hours of the lesson - let me know what topics you want to focus on so I can be better prepared. Thanks.I have taught and tutored university level algebra, as well as chemistry and physics, both of which depend heavily on algebra. My focus in teaching algebra is to talk through problems, and take each step carefully and thoughtfully.

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