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...Children with ADHD often respond well to one-on-one instruction with frequent breaks. During my tenure as an elementary teacher, I learned evidence based strategies for teaching reading. In addition, in my graduate coursework, I took a class on learning disabilities in which we discussed the common etioligies of dyslexia.

...Differential calculus is the branch of calculus focusing on rates of change; for example, the slopes of curves and surfaces. Integral calculus is the branch of calculus focusing on accumulations; for example, areas under curves and volumes enclosed by surfaces. The two branches are connected by...

...I'm also technologically competent and learn new technologies with ease, so if you need to learn how to use your graphing calculator, I can help!!!. I am knowledgeable about many systems and have the knack for being able to help others with even technologies that I have not seen before. Email fo...

...Additionally, for high school students, I make a habit of noting what concepts I see reoccurring on standardized tests and in what format. My background in Algebra II is largely limited to my having tutored countless students in it through the years, at all high school levels, from beginning to...

...I helped her to learn how to draw unit circle and trig graphs which she still remembers. When I teach, I usually go to the basic so that when a student forgets the law or a formula, he/she can navigate through the problem without those law/formula. When I teach a person, I usually go through many problems because I believe the only way to learn mathematics is through practice.

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