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...Therefore, I have a deep understanding of the math concepts that are critical for success in the subsequent math courses. At the college level, I have taught undergraduate and graduate courses in statistics. These courses have focused on descriptive and inferential statistics (e.g., t-tests, AN...

...I may be the most patient math teacher students will ever have, and I try to not just show math skills, but help students understand the language of math in general and algebra in particular. I have worked successfully with students of all abilities, and my students (and their parents) tell me t...

...Prior to moving to Boston to attend BU, I spent three years teaching mathematics in private schools. I worked for two years at a private all-girls boarding school in rural Virginia for two years, teaching all Algebra I and Algebra II classes at the school. I also managed a residence hall and coached lacrosse, field hockey, and the dance team.

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