...Additionally, I served as a lead instructor at the AP Institute for another 7 years presenting one-week, summer instruction for new AP® Calculus teachers.. I utilize "Calculus in Motion" and other forms of technology to animate Calculus, thus, facilitating student learning and mastery. Since ea...
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...If the teacher expects a student to fail, for whatever reason, then a student will definitely fail. That is why it is so important that teachers give each student a fighting chance. Education is the great equalizer.
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...I expect that my students are actively participating in class, and taking notes. If the students aren't doing either of these, it won't matter how much time and money I take, the student won't succeed. This tends to be a big source of problems for many students, and generally tends to start when a student feels overwhelmed in a subject.
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...I have taken a Linear Algebra course at PCC and received an A. I have also taken a proof-based upper division Linear Algebra course at UCLA with an A. Linear Algebra was also used a lot in many of my Physics courses, including Quantum Mechanics and Classical Mechanics.
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...When I attended Cal Poly, I tutored science and engineering students on campus. And finally, when I studied at Stanford University for graduate work I taught undergraduate classes in chemical engineering. After graduate school I worked in the semiconductor industry and then retired to raise my three daughters.
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