...That included a new course I designed with a math teacher that combined physics with pre-calculus, counting as two courses, meeting in back-to-back periods every day. 2. I was a physics major at Cornell. 3. After earning my masters degree in education, I took another 7 courses in Applied Mathematics, mostly in probability and statistics. 4.
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...I used to tutor in high school on a volunteer basis, and now I would like to do in on a more professional level. I have a Bachelors degree in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Masters degree in Biological Sciences from University of Massachusetts Lowell. I've worked as an EMT-Basic and as a phlebotomist.
Woburn, MAView Tutor
...My books are second best." Hidden in O'Reilly's answer was a deeper point: the question has to come first. I remind myself regularly to hold back a little and wait for the next question. What to do when it comes is easy.
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...I know that all children can have success with math and internalize a positive, healthy idea that "I'm getting pretty good at this, and I even find this interesting." This is one of the most important attitudes to develop in young minds that will last through their school years and into college ...
West Roxbury, MAView Tutor
...I find that the most difficult aspect of the process for students is getting past the fear of facing material that is unfamiliar to them. I believe that working together we can build both skills and confidence and that students will find that they have abilities that they never realized they po...
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