...It is a field that I have always enjoyed both teaching and learning. Hi, I have a Bachelor's Degree in chemistry from Dartmouth College and a Master's Degree in chemistry from Columbia University. At Dartmouth, I was in the honors Organic Chemistry class and was a lab teaching assistant.
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...Students with autism need routine and familiarity. They are visual and concrete learners, so they need pictures and hands on activities. They have difficulty generalizing concepts, so they need practice in many different settings.
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...For example, as a long-time athlete and sports enthusiast, I have made various observations of how baseballs and basketballs adhere to the laws of physics. I can explain exactly why it is important to shoot a basketball using proper ball "rotation", and what advantages are gained by pivoting hi...
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For Algebra 1, I usually follow the McDougalls text book and worksheets. These practice sheets cover wide range of problems enabling the student to understand and strengthen their concepts. For the curriculum I review of basic algebraic concepts, such as variables, order of operations, exponents and problem solving skills.
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...It is one of those subjects that I do for fun. It is a joy and I love passing on that joy to students. Many students are frightened by the word alone.
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