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...I enjoy meeting people from around the world and learning about their language and culture while I help them improve their proficiency and comfort in English. I earned a BA in Geology and Environmental Science from Bryn Mawr College and completed graduate coursework in Geology at Oregon State Un...

...In addition to this, I passed the first actuarial exam, which is on the subject of probability. The skills of discrete mathematics are required generally in each branch of mathematics; I achieved a 4.00 GPA in mathematics from Albright College. As part of my studies, my junior seminar consisted of number theory, and my senior thesis consisted of discrete mathematics and combinatorics.

...I enjoy helping students identify the easiest path to a solution and the steps they should employ to get there. My first teaching job was in a school that specifically serviced special needs students. Each teacher received special training on how to aide students with a variety of differences, including ADD and ADHD.

...I first learned entry level of Linear Algebra in high school (Vietnam) and decided to take the class during junior in college. I ended up with an A in the course. I also helped my classmates catch up with the materials while taking the class.

...I am currently going into my 4th year of teaching at a private cyber school and helping students learn the importance of Math is vital in today's world. I have taught Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, Finite Math, Consumer Math, and Foundations of Math. I am also currently in graduate school for a Masters in Applied Statistics.

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