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I am currently an 8th grade math teacher in Broomfield. My path towards becoming a teacher began in high school when I tutored younger students in math. I continued to tutor in college while I earned my B.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering but it wasn't until I taught an undergraduate biology course while working on my PhD that I realized my true calling was teaching.

Growing up in a third world country, I was one of the fortunate ones to be able to get education in a missionary school, where my Scottish maths teacher inspired and motivated me to learn maths in a very fun way. Maths is really fun if you learn to solve the problems. I loved my high school maths,...

...During my time at the private university I tutored college freshmen and some local high school seniors in a computer engineering course over the summer. I thoroughly enjoyed my time helping others grasp engineering concepts and want to continue this passion in the Denver area. After graduating ...

...Being a PhD graduate in electrical engineering, I understand the importance of having a firm foundation in calculus. I have tutored both pre-calculus and college level calculus during my graduate years at CU-Boulder. I have the experience and patience required to teach students who are in need of help.

...I have been able to use my math and problem solving skills for a long and rewarding career in software engineering. I am now helping my own kids learn these useful tools for understanding and solving simple and complex math problems. It is a real pleasure to see the "light bulb" go off when they finally realize how to understand and solve what was just recently an incomprehensible problem.

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