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...After graduating, I taught elementary school in San Mateo, California, while holding a provisional California teaching certificate that subsequently expired when I left the field of teaching and went into public relations and corporate communications. I am highly skilled in teaching techniques f...

...I have taught AP Calculus for 4 years and the majority of my students have received a 5 on the AP exam. When I teach **math** concepts such as Calculus, I try to make it more engaging for the student by connecting the **math** concepts to other subjects. Some students relate more to history and culture so I'll discuss the evolution of unique **math** concepts.

...I worked as an ESL tutor for two years for college students and graduate students while I attended graduate school at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia. Furthermore, I taught a month-long ESL intensive to exchange students through the ASSE program here in Peoria in the summer of 2005. The intensive helped prepare foreign students for their year in American high schools.

...I taught **math** at Horace Mann, a private school in New York City, for seven years; and then moved to San Francisco in the fall of 2014 where I've taught at both Bay and Drew. I have helped a wide range of students over the years: struggling Algebra 1 students, Geometry students stymied by proof, ...

...Every teacher/tutor has his favorite **math** class that he loves to teach, and Pre-Calculus (along with two others) is one of my favorites. I have taught this class at several high schools and many, many times in college. My pre-calculus students are positively prepared for calculus.

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