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...I have worked with both **physics** and math students for several years, concentrating at the middle and high school level with some college tutoring thrown in for good measure. I have also both nannied and tutored elementary school children in all subjects. Watching the difference in my students w...

...Students respond well to my teaching and sense of humor. I somehow make math and **physics** and engineering "cool."
In fact, on the website "ratemyteacher? I have the highest rating at my school where former students state "Rit is the best teacher I have ever had in college or high school", and "...

...Often, I do this with math games and exercises. I have a Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts in mathematics. I have taught, tutored or taken classes in sets, sequences, summations, permutations and combinations, probability, graph theory, automata theory, computational complexity, number theory (congruence and recurrence relations), relations and logic.

...During that time I also taught as an adjunct professor at CMU and at Duquesne University in the Mathematics Departments. I have tutored many high school and college students over the years and enjoy doing so, especially seeing "the light come on".I have a BS and MS in Physics from Georgia Tech a...

Previously I've taught in both classroom and one-on-one settings. I've worked with undergrads of all levels from absolute intro **physics** students to **physics** majors in their 2nd and 3rd year. I hold a B.A. in **physics** from Boston University (2012) with a 3.5 GPACurrently I am working on my PhD in **physics** at Emory University.

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