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...I conduct all the bookkeeping and management required to do so. A+ Certified Computer Expert (COMPTIA)and Network+ Certified. I was a computer repair technician for 6 years from 2001-2007.

...The cool thing about learning the human body and systems is it doesn't change. The bones, muscles and such all remain the same, so once you learn them it is easier to understand the subject matter. (Like learning a foreign language).. Learn the vocabulary and you will do well. I have over 20 years experience in sewing and home economics.

I tutored all lower division math classes at the Math Learning Center at Cabrillo Community College for 2 years. I assisted in the selection and training of tutors. I have taught algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, geometry, linear algebra, and business math at various community colleges and a state university for 4 years.

...In math, for example, I bring a portable white board for ease in teaching and to make it more fun. I am also proficient in teaching most Microsoft computer programs, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher. I work as an amateur webmaster and even created my own website for kids and would love to share what I've learned with any students who want to make computers their passion, too.

...I also find real-world applications for the Calculus concepts so students see how relevant math is in their lives. When I teach math concepts such as Geometry, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the math concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to the language of math so I'll discuss the etymology of unique math terms.

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