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...One of the things I love about teaching is the opportunity to share that knowledge and that training with my students, giving them the skills to continue to learn on their own. I currently teach English and History at an independent school in Manchester. I'm new to New Hampshire, but I am ready and eager to take on new students!

...During college, I was a mentor for the FRC team, and I also taught math and science to the middle school and high school students at the Columbus Japanese Language School. After graduation, I moved to New Hampshire and since then, I've been working as an Electrical Engineer at a semiconductor co...

...I have worked at both the high school and middle school levels. My job and goal as an educator is to open doors to students and allow them to understand and excel in school. Before returning to school and becoming an educator, I spent nearly 15 years in the restaurant business.

...Moreover, I can explain the material in different ways to make it easily accessible to the student. I had one year of differential equations in undergraduate studies at the Technion, Israel Institute of technology. The subjects covered were homogeneous linear and nonlinear differential equations with constant coefficients, and special equations - such as the Ricatti equation.

...I continue to teach new engineers how mechanical, electrical and nuclear systems function aboard submarines, making their learning experience interesting and interactive. I have taught or tutored in algebra I & II, trigonometry, precalculus, calculus and calculus-based physics. I can find many ...

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