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...Contact me to talk about your possibilities.I have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and wrote my dissertation on a physics topic. I have a Master's and B.S. (with Honors) in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. I have a strong background in physics and math ...

...Calculus has a natural connection to science, especially Physics, so I make those connections whenever possible. 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.

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, pre**calculus**, geometry, linear algebra, and business math at various community colleges and a state university for 4 years.

...I can help with all courses in the elementary, middle and high school curricula, and I am especially knowledgeable about the AP Calculus AB exam and the math portion of the SAT. I am very easy-going, and I think you will find that I can make the material seem much easier (and even fun!). One of ...

...I generally know computers inside and out but can make understanding them simple. I have taught geometry at several high schools and enjoy this part of the curriculum especially. This is because my graduate work was in mathematical logic (which fascinates me). Geometry is the first high school experience a student has with logic as an explicit part of mathematics.

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