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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. ...

...No matter the problem, there are many ways to solve. Making them as simple as possible and avoiding errors is what makes math tricky, but I have the skills and experience to explain it and help people stop being afraid of that 7-letter scary word - Algebra. Algebra is all about how fast something is moving.

...Considering I am a math teacher which deeply relies on logic and language I am definitely qualified for this. During the process of earning my mathematics degree I excelled in three logic courses, one of which was a 300 level course. At Rider University I took Finite Mathematics as an elective even though I was a mathematics major.

I am a graduate of Princeton University. After working for many years in the financial services industry, I returned to Princeton to complete their Teacher Preparation Program and do my student teaching. I also took a number of math courses at Princeton which was a great opportunity to study with some brilliant teachers.

...For example, I teach molecular shapes using marshmallows and tooth picks that a student can manipulate so see what a molecule looks like and how you could change the shape for various conditions. For the last 3 years I have taught adjunct Chemistry classes at Ursinus College. I have worked with students from Kindergarten age through seniors in college.

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