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...We CAN make a difference!The study of psychology at all levels, from high school through undergraduate, Master's and Doctoral levels, including statistics, experimental design and methodology. As a doctoral student in clinical psychology, I was hired by the university to teach study skills, test...

...I've taught students of all ages for many years. My goal is to reach each of my students according to their individual learning style, allowing each to have fun with the instruction materials. I live in Marin and have 4 kids of my own aged 15 to 23.I love algebra and all its applications!

...Some interesting methods I like to incorporate include: origami to teach angle measures and triangle properties in a tactile way, graphing data to make Pre-Algebra and Algebra skills less abstract, quilting patterns to prove the Pythagorean Theorem and to teach other concepts from Geometry and us...

...In my career as an engineer and the past 20 years as a professor in mechanical engineering, I have used differential equations extensively in subjects such as dynamics, fluid mechanics and heat transfer. In addition to solving them in closed form, I am also experienced in computational solutions. I received a PhD in mechanical engineering from Stanford University.

...Middle through high school students for whom I've tutored have taken more elementary mathematics, and some physics. I began tutoring when I was studying mathematics at the University of Chicago. When I graduated, I taught and designed the curricula for the upper level honors math courses at a private high school in Chicago.

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