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...I have my MLS and have worked as the Librarian for Science and Mathematics at Towson University in Maryland. 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.

...I have experience preparing students for geometry as well as helping with problem areas as the school year progresses. In addition to that, I have also created a home school curriculum for geometry which has been used very successfully. I have had a lot of success tutoring students in prealgebra.

...Another attribute that gives me an edge as an educator is people think I'm "cool" even though deep down I'm pretty nerdy :-) English is my first language, and I quickly develop a rapport with my students that gives them the feeling that it is not me against them, but us against the material. The...

...This includes students from elementary to high school, as well as college students and adults looking to continue their education. My expertise lies in Math and Science based subjects including Calculus, Geometry, Algebra, and Physics. I also have a great deal of experience with preparing students for the SAT.

...While only a small percentage of students will use differentiation and integration in their career, those who don't will also benefit from the study of calculus. This is because calculus gives the student practice with solving challenging problems, which is applicable in any career. Students le...

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