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...While still an undergraduate, I was recommended for the Genetics workshop teaching position. This is a class which is taken concurrently with the main course and supplements the instruction. These teaching positions are usually taught only by grad students.

...I live in Marin and have 4 kids of my own aged 15 to 23.I love algebra and all its applications! There are many games to make learning algebra fun! As there is no single magic formula for all students, I find making the lessons individualized the most important factor in success!

...We'll spend an hour or two each week working and playing with math concepts, discussing mathematical principles, and focusing on any uncertainties or difficulties that you are having. There will be an emphasis on having fun, so puzzles and games, and real-world problems, will be used as instruction tools. No homework will be assigned.

...I am tutoring a 6th grader in elementary math and she is a honour student in Alice Fong Yu Alternative School. The topics covered include: Numbers, Fractions, Algebra, Equations and Functions, Probability, Geometry, Statistics, Ratios, and Measurements. The experience helps me to understand what are the difficulties in learning this subject and how to help the students to move forward.

...As a doctoral student in clinical psychology, I was hired by the university to teach study skills, test taking skills, and time management to incoming freshmen students. As part of this job, I was trained in and provided materials for each of these topics. I often find, when working with my stu...

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