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...I know these topics are typically considered to be some of the hardest classes in high school or college but I want to show students that it is not as difficult as you may think. Math and physics just require a different approach to learning than most non-science subjects. I have experience tea...

...Mathematical concepts can be difficult for many children to understand, and I tailor my teaching to each student's individual strengths so that he/she can learn at his/her own pace. My goal is for my students to be able to learn how to learn **math** so that they can eventually grasp new concepts with ease. As the daughter of a published chemist, I grew up with science all around me.

...I have helped with the planning and implementation of ELAR lessons for a resource classroom for the last three years and I also have students I tutor in English, grammar and writing. I am a **math** and science resource teacher for students with disabilities. I have been in my position for the last...

With a Chemical Engineering degree from The University of Texas at Austin and being Texas certified in Mathematics grades 4-8 and 8-12, I have been helping students overcome their fears and doubts about **math**ematics for over 15 years. I have experience teaching grades 5, 6, 7, 8, Algebra I, Algebra...

...Topics usually covered in Geometry include points, lines, angles, properties of angle formed by parallel lines with intersecting lines, triangles, the Pythagorean theorem, quadrilaterals, polygons, solving equations and inequalities involving geometric figures, properties of irrational numbers. ...

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