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...During my forty-two year academic career, students of my Honors 1 Physics classes have averaged 732 on the SATII Physics examination. I have, during my career, been actively involved with the United States Physics Team, which competes internationally representing our country. Some of my students having been on that team.

...Learning a subject isn't just a matter of memorization and formulas. It takes seeing the concepts and understanding how the pieces fit together and how they apply to the problems you have to solve. When I work with you, we'll be able to see where you're stuck and I'll patiently help you over those humps.

...Students I've worked with have ranged from those taking introductory courses to those preparing for the AP Physics C tests. I also taught an accelerated AP Physics course this past summer. I spent five years' experience tutoring algebra and precalculus at a charter school in Boston, and have had a number of WyzAnt students during the past year a half.

...Having witnessed ?learned helplessness? and math phobias, both in school settings and beyond, I strive to help students to develop positive attitudes regarding mathematics. Mathematics is a stepping stone, not just a frustrating high school class. I use my energy and enthusiasm to promote positivity and active learning, helping all students access the mathematics curriculum.

...I have a Ph.D. in physics. To get the degree, I've taken advanced mathematics courses in college and graduate school. In college I've had the basic 4 semester calculus sequence plus a semester of ordinary differential equations and a semester of partial differential equations.

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