...I gauge my pace with the student's abilities. Although I always like to challenge students, I never want them to get overwhelmed or frustrated. I'm open about asking questions and determined to make sure a student understands the concepts currently being taught before moving on to the next topic.
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...First and Second derivatives, Integrals, and Max and Min problems. Chemistry made easy. Periodic table, trends, redox reactions, physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, structure and bonding rules and exceptions.
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...Relate logarithmic and exponential functions. b. Simplify logarithmic expressions. c. Convert logarithms between bases. d.
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...Speaking of my experience, I have been tutoring Math and Physics since 2008 for students from middle school to college level. I had been a teaching assistant during my master?s at Temple University. I was responsible for conducting laboratory classes for Analog and Digital Circuit Design, VHDL, C++, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.
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...Then, I took a year off from working to stay home with my children. Now, I am a reading and math aide. I currently work in grades 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6.
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