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...We love math because we find ways to apply concepts in the real world so that we can understand. There is no lesson that is taught with out the mission of you enjoying and understanding the work you do. As a teacher, I have applied this mission in my elementary and middle school math classrooms over the past five years in Chicago.

...During my college career, I studied Applied Mathematics and Statistics, and I minored in Marketing and Management. I've taken a variety of math classes throughout my high school and college career, and I'm familiar with a variety of mathematical topics. With my strong academic performance, I'm qualified to teach several math topics, with an emphasis on statistics and **calculus**.

...I have privately tutored students in Algebra 2. I have a Masters in Mathematics. I have completed undergraduate and graduate coursework in Differential Equations, Multivariable Calculus and Matrix Algebra, Non-linear System analysis and Functional analysis.

...As a Professional Engineer for the past 13 years I have found that Algebra and Algebra II skills can be used in the real word and I will use these real world concepts to help students appreciate the subject matter more. As a Professional Engineer I have taken and mastered all Calculus courses. In my career I often use Calculus skills and hope to teach others.

...I have dozens of creative ways to help students get past their barriers in understanding it. I'm very capable in this subject - proof-based geometry requires students to think like mathematicians or lawyers. I already have a mathematicians' intuitions, and I know so many ways to push students to greater understanding.

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