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...I have taught courses in Algebra 1, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-calculus as well. I am a licensed, certified teacher for the state of Massachusetts. I am also the adviser for the high school math club and the adviser of the National Honor Society at a local high school.I have taught: SAT Pr...

...Clinical research (i.e. grad school) is what I am aiming to do someday. I worked at my former high school during each of the summer breaks in college. For the first two, I worked with ESL students attempting to regain credits in geometry.

...Usually I use basic elementary materials for grammar, punctuation, and spelling and build up from that point. We not only stress rules the rules of grammar and spelling, but deal with the students own written work as a curriculum for correction. We have utilized journals, personal paragraphs, and simple sentences to approach grammar, spelling, and comprehension.

...To better motivate my students, I created a challenging technique called "Mathematics in Motion". Students are able to personally challenge themselves and the teacher once they have mastered a specific concept. This seems to encourage them to learn math in an "out of school fun manner".

...Let's get together and get ready for the GMAT! Discrete math means lots of things to lots of different people, but to me it means the study of properties of countable objects. One of the most interesting and practical applications of discrete mathematics is the study of gambling - keno, cards, and dice are just a few of the games subject to the analysis of discrete mathematics.

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