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I completed my master's in education in 2012 and having this degree has greatly impacted the way I teach. Before this degree, I earned my bachelor's in engineering but switched to teaching because this is what I do with passion. I started teaching in August 2000 and my unique educational backgroun...

...I have worked closely with local Latin American communities, volunteering my time as a private ESL tutor for those dedicated to improving both spoken and written english. Furthermore, I have experience as a tutor for most levels of mathematics. This includes **calculus** for high school students, as well as business **calculus** and economics for first and second year college students.

...James P.My PhD is in Physics. Most laws of physics are written in terms of differential equations (or the more complicated partial differential equations). My pear reviewed published papers involve solving infinitely many (literally) differential equations. Finally, I've tutored the subject for decades and have unique approaches that make it far more palatable to students.

...In college and graduate school I had several courses in advanced math such as Calculus, Differential Equations, Finite Math, and Linear Algebra. I taught Calculus in high school for several years and have tutored many students in it. I have also taught and tutored students in Geometry, Algebra 2, and PreCalculus.

...You applied some sort of reasoning. Valid, but incorrect, because your conclusion is based on an incomplete understanding of the subject. However, very often in physics, day-to-day observations are misleading.

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