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...I have been a practicing engineer for many years and thus I am familiar with many practical applications of math concepts to real world examples. My teaching philosophy is to maintain a student-focused and student-engaged learning environment to ensure student comprehension and student success. ...

...I enjoy teaching sciences from an experimentally based perspective when possible and from a problem solving perspective when not. (You can experiment with lots of things to demonstrate tornadoes but experimenting to learn about hurricanes generally involves models on a computer which is not quit...

...I have TA'd BIOL204 and BIOL203 (Biochemistry) at the University of Pennsylvania and have taken several graduate level biology classes myself here as well. I am currently an instructor of microbiology at LaSalle University and of BIOL203 at the University of Pennsylvania.I have ten years of gene...

...I don?t have a rigid cancellation policy, but would appreciate a call or text.Algebra II retraces much of the topics of Algebra I, but in greater depth. The manipulation of equations is expanded to include simultaneous equations and systems of equations. Exponents, logarithms, roots, and radicals are introduced, along with the new concepts of infinite sequences and series.

...Geometry is one of the most beautiful subjects taught these days. Proofs are no longer the main thrust of the subject, rather they are introduced slowly to the student as the course continues. Algebra has a function in the Geometry today, that uses variables to find length of sided of triangles, quadrilaterals, etc. diagonals of the figures above mentioned.

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