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...This position required me to hold recitations once a week for an hour as well as hold private office hours for three hours a week. In addition, I offered private tutoring to any student that entered the math assistance center where I tutored, and I met with three different students multiple time...

...The Math Models class involves the financial aspects of mathematics. As a teacher, I provide secondary level education to students by planning and developing course of study based on school district and state curriculum guidelines. I also prepare course of study by developing modifications for several levels of academic ability and prior achievement.

I taught high school math in the Houston area for five years before deciding to continue my education and work toward my phd, which I am currently doing. I have taught all levels from Algebra I up to AP Calculus and AP Statistics. I absolutely love math and I love sharing that with students.

...My first experience was on a Control Data Mainframe. As a postdoc, I used both a CDC mainframe and VAX computer. In the lab we used a computer very similar to a PDP 11 as well as a number of home built micro-controllers based on the Z80 chip.

...I also have specifically tutored students in SAT math. Each session I teach on SAT math focuses on the needs of the individual student. For many past students, it has been helpful to focus on recognizing which mathematical principles a complex SAT math questions is testing via several techniques including using the clues available in the answer choices.

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