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...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. My deep understanding of logic allows me to make Geometry simple and understandable.

...Some students relate more to the language of math so I'll discuss the etymology of unique math terms. Math has a natural connection to history and science and Geometry especially connects well to the arts and architecture. I also find real-world applications for the math concepts so students see how relevant math is in their lives.

...Mathematics and physics are subjects I enjoyed in school and tutored in as well as being a teaching assistant. I have spent thousands of hours working through problems and a great deal of time helping students work through problems as well. I supervised the MPC math lab in 2011, helping with math and physics and taught physics as a professor at Monterey Peninsula College for one year.

...I have a Master's and B.S. (with Honors) in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University. I have a strong background in both physics and math. I have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, and a Master's and B.S. (with Honors) in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University.

...He knew his curriculum like the back of his hand. Many teachers know math but don?t know how to teach it. He was dynamic." I look forward to hearing from you!

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