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...What this means is that I am familiar with mathematical concepts ranging from Algebra to Calculus and much more. My librarian skills are valuable because I am aware of all the great resources available for finding out more information. Also as a librarian, I have taught information literacy skills to undergraduate and graduate students for three years.

...It is a great way to start a career in computing, or take it up as a hobby. Standard Query Language (SQL) is how computer programs retrieve, modify, delete, and add information to relational databases uses natural language. SQL is a very commonly used language in the computer science field, and can be applied to multiple database programs, like SQL Server from Microsoft or Oracle.

Warm and caring teacher who wants all children to be successful learners, ability to consistently individualize instruction, based on student's needs and interests and strive to build student self-esteem and encourage understanding of the subject (mathematics).

...My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching. I find knowing why the math is important goes a long way towards helping students retain information. After all, math IS fun!In the past 5 years, I have taught differential equations at a local university.

...I love to show students how to solve certain problems. I have tutored students that are six years old all the way to college students that are four or five years older than me. I am very experienced in the mathematics region of academics and ensure that all students will improve.

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