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...In all seriousness, I have a firm background in what it takes to become rock-solid in elementary mathematics. My mother spent a lot of time with me as a young lad and that is precisely what made me into the mathematical juggernaut I am today. I have taken the following courses: Dartmouth Colleg...

...In graduate school I was taught how to change my lessons in such a way so that the child is able to bring himself in the right relationship to his environment. As part of my Masters in Education degree, I was working as a public school teacher for over a year. During this time I created lesson plans and units that followed the Common Core.

...With every teaching experience, I have been able to build relationships with students and their families, and take pride in helping students reach their potential and achieve their highest academic goals. When it comes to tutoring, I believe that students should be actively engaged in the course...

...From this experience I have learned that most students do not succeed in these classes because of a lack of interest in these subjects, another problem is also that in school these subjects are taught in a theoretical manner making it difficult to understand. In order to overcome these problems ...

...I always use the formulas in a proper ways to solve the problems. Math and physics go hand in hand and I found that knowing mathematical formulas can further help in solving Physics problems. Algebra is very easy to learn and same is trigonometry which needs common sense to apply the required formulas in solving the problems.

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