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...I am a skillful technical trainer, with experience in teaching, manufacturing and quality assurance/control. I am seeking a middle/high school mathematics tutoring/teaching position where I utilize my knowledge and experience in mathematics and classroom management. I have both bachelor and mas...

...I have a bachelor on Physics and a PhD in Physics, too. I am retired but I used to be a University teacher . I speak Spanish also. I can help you in general Physics (mechanics, oscillations and waves, molecular **physics**, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics and modern **physics**), trigonometry, geometry, pre-algebra, algebra and pre-calculus.

...Different students have different backgrounds and different needs, and I pride myself in being able to adjust my teaching methods to any particular student. I am also extremely friendly and empathetic, and I try as much as possible to let the student know that I understand his or her difficultie...

I have over 10 years of tutoring experience in Math, ranging from second grade, through high school and college algebra. My background in tutoring science ranges from all elementary levels, Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. My personal education in these areas comes from my schooling.

...Elementary math begins the student's entry into math. A good working knowledge of elementary math must be acquired for success in all upper level math courses. The student in elementary math learns the basic math skills he/she will need in order to solve problems in algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus.

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