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...As the student grasps the pieces, there is a sense of accomplishment, making continuing progress easier. As the fundamentals and problem solving get stronger, test results will reflect the improvement. I have a BS in physics and PhD in physics (astrophysics) from MIT, doing extensive teaching and tutoring along the way.

...Algebra goes down much easier if there's a solid prealgebra foundation in graphing, ratios, and exponents. Also important to be developed is the ability to read a word problem and translate it into mathematical terms. I take each student, young or old, where they are, and work with them until they are ready for the formality of an algebra course.

...As a practicing research scientist, I've had to use these math skills on a daily basis as part of my job. I am proficient in all levels of math from algebra 1 up to and including differential equations. I have a doctorate in physics, which means I've had to take numerous math courses along the way as pre- or co-requisites.

...In the last 3 years we have upgraded to a chess team where we play different schools around the area. My rating, based on some online play, might be around 1500 give or take a 100 points. I have been teaching C++ at North Reading High School for 7 years.

...Taught Algebra II as a separate course, and also as part of the pre-calculus courses taught in long term substitute assignments. Taught this to freshmen and sophomores at Reading High School in long term temp assignments (usually maternity leaves). This subject is taught at the middle school le...

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