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...This course also continues where Geometry left off by providing a new twist on proofs. Trigonometry is a beautiful way to see patterns within Geometry using the mechanics of Algebra. By using only a handful of formulae, students can prove and transform a multitude of expressions to simplified, useful ideas.

...I will apply the strategy of scaffolding in math teaching so that you can believe in yourself to figure out the answers for the math problems in the above-mentioned subjects. My teaching will begin with what you learned, then based on what you want to learn so that their differences will be spanned. Start right now to fill up your lack of mathematical gaps; it's never too late!

...I have also studied the Montessori Method for teaching reading and writing to children of preschool and kindergarten age. I have direct, hands-on experience in applying this methodology in the classroom and from certified Montessori educators. I have seen firsthand its dramatic benefits to students.

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...I worked with many students and taught them this subject. A differential equation states how a rate of change (a "differential") in one variable is related to other variables. A differential equation is a mathematical equation that relates some function with its derivatives.

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