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...I've written research and persuasive papers as part of my undergraduate and master's education, I've tutored students in their writing, and I've had short stories published in professional markets. In addition to being a professionally published fiction writer, I have written papers on a variety...

...My approach to tutoring this subject is to build off of what the student knows/wants, to help the student understand how topics fit together, and to show the subject what it takes to learn a topic really well. I taught high school math for three years. Each year, I taught an ACT math prep unit for my juniors.

...I had the opportunity to teach Algebra in a classroom of diverse learners and non-English speaking students in both a public high school setting and an alternative high school. I find that it is beneficial for most students to have a strong Algebra foundation to help them find success in other math classes. I have taught Algebra 2 at the high school level for 8 years.

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...I am required to understand how structures on atomic, microscopic, and macroscopic levels interact with each other. These interactions can by physical, electrical, magnetic, or chemical in nature. I can calculate how an electron will pass through a electron microscope's lens, interact with the sample, and how the resulting signal change will be picked up by a detector.

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