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...Tutoring for over 6 years, I credit my success to a single philosophy: above all, I try to instill confidence in my clients by helping them manage their academic workload. In every lesson, I negotiate their expectations while also putting them in the best possible position to succeed. Beyond pr...

...While there, I tutored students in everything from counting to calculus, and beyond. I then earned a Masters of Arts in Teaching from Bard College in '07. I've been tutoring for 10+ years, and full-time for 6+. I've had students between the ages of 6 and 66, with a focus on high school student...

...It is often the course where students become acquainted with symbolic manipulations of quantities. While it can be confusing at first (eg "how can a letter be a number?"), it can also broaden your intellectual scope. It's a step out of the morass of arithmetic into a more obviously structured way of thinking.

...In addition, I am the author of a course called "Honors Physics" published by Teaching Point which includes all of the content needed by a novice **physics** teacher. What I really have to offer that is different from other **physics** teachers is that I have a full set of **physics** equipment and material...

...Geometrical concepts are used in deriving Calculus formulas, solving most Physics problems, and then in many other branches of math at the college level. Geometry is also the first course where many students have to write proofs, which can be confusing. Oftentimes it seems unclear what students have to include in a proof, and what they don't need.

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