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...During my degree program, I continued to tutor but was also able to gain experience in teaching. I did two semesters of student teaching - one in a sixth grade classroom and one at a high school where I had students from 9th to 12th grade. I graduated from the University of Southern California in December of 2014 and I am now currently in the process of becoming a certified teacher.

I am a certified music teacher with 10 years of teaching experience. I play the violin, viola, and piano professionally. I offer lessons to students of all levels of ability (beginner, intermediate, and advanced).I also have significant experience tutoring students in math and have a general interest and passion for the subject.

...In addition, I have been tutoring at a local community college for the past five years in such subjects as physics, algebra, and anatomy and physiology. I have been tutoring high school algebra for more than twenty years. I like to help student learn strategies and effective studying techniques, this includes effective note taking, writing effective outlines, etc.

...I have taught SAT math prep courses in a high school setting. I taught physical science classes at the high school level. I have coached football for eight years at the high school level.

...By reducing physical phenomena to mathematical equations, our ability to describe and predict the outcomes a wide range of problems becomes possible. Prealgebra prepares a student for algebra by laying down the foundations of the real number system. Students learn operators such as greater than...

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