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...I enjoy laughing and interacting with my students to better recognize their individual way of learning. Everyone is different and has a different way of understanding a concept, and I can adapt to each individual's standards. I find it very fulfilling to teach students the basics so it can be applied across the board to every subject.

I find that tying real-world applications into **math**ematical concepts is of lasting use to students. With six papers written and presented at international conferences, and two of them re-written for non-**math** audiences, I have an excellent grasp of how to give folks the connections between concept and application. I have taught mostly adults, but did tutor at the high school level.

...You might also like to know that I am completing the ?**math**-teaching program? at MSU Denver now. My Summer and Fall semesters will be concentrated on modern **math**ematical courses, such as proofs, probability and statistics, linear algebra, fundamentals of modern geometry, etc. Finally, being a st...

...I really enjoy **math** and it's wonderful when my students say "now I get it!" I work as a tutor at a private school in Littleton. I spend time with students to fill in gaps with reading & **math**. I am a tutor at a private school for at-risk youth.

...I love to solve **math**ematical problems and I am passionate about teaching **math**ematics. I make sure that my students understand the basic theorems in calculus and become independent problem solvers. I have a Masters and a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Chicago.

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