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...I will then ask students to explain back the lesson to me. If they are able to do so, then I will have the student do a similar problem with different numbers. I am interested in students proving they have learned the material as opposed to just completing a problem.

...I was also the DEAN for grades 6-12 at a Christian international school. If math doesn't make sense and isn't useful, then it's pointless. I enjoy providing students with practical application to the rigor of math.

...Some students find Algebra very abstract and I have a variety of methods to use with these students including tactile and graphing data the student is interested in. I worked with one student in Algebra 1 at the end of the year to prepare for her final and just a few weeks she raised her grade f...

...Overcoming fear, I have taught them to find a topic which they like to tell about in a regular conversation. I have addressed lectures to college audiences. I have attended graduate school for my master's and doctorate.

...It's sure to spark a love for astronomy. While my original knowledge of statistics is based on the college classes I had to take as part of my degree, my working knowledge of it is more related to my use of statistics while studying physics. My specialty during my studies was in particle physics, which means a lot of statistical analysis of results.

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