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...I enjoy describing the math in easy to understand terms and can reword, draw pictures, give real world examples and make games/aids with the material. I also thrive in asking guiding questions to evaluate a student's thinking process and teaching students how to approach and think about solving ...

...I am a certified teacher with credentials in EMH/TMH/PMH, LD/ADHD, low-incidence handicaps/ASD. I have had several years experience teaching and working with individuals with classic autism both in the classroom and in individual settings. My belief is that to be successful working with autistic individuals, it is critical to work hand-in-hand with the parents and caregivers.

...I formally taught and tutored math for 6 years. In addition to working with many high school and college students on trig, I have taught trig at a university. I have an MBA and have served as VP of Finance and CFO for several public and private companies.

...I scored in top percentiles on the GRE, and got an 800 (77th percentile) on the Physics GRE. I recently finished my first year in the physics PhD program at Georgia Tech, which comprised all of my core classes. Qualifications: I was a TA for four years in physics classes where my entire job was student interaction.

...I have also started teaching this under the subject calculus. In starting Differential Equations, it is important that certain preparatory topics are also discussed. These topics include graphs, linear function, understanding limits and their property as well well as being able to find these limits both graphically and numerically.

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