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...I believe these "conncections" help in the understanding of the material. Algebra is NOT a spectator sport--It is a valuable tool that can be used in everyday life! As an experienced teacher, I know the concepts and skills that are necessary for SUCCESS in an Algebra 1 class and I have a variety of resources available.
Piscataway, NJView Tutor
...Using Java as their object-oriented programming language, I can help students design, code, and test and document various business-oriented programs. As a supplement to help students learn to solve complex problems with object oriented program techniques without getting lost in syntax dilemmas, ...
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...In some curricula, pre-calculus would be more informatively labeled "Algebra 3." It is a last-minute maintenance check-up to ensure that students can perform algebraic operations involving polynomials, radicals, and exponents as will be necessary for calculus. Many students regard course textbo...
Bridgewater, NJView Tutor
...It's mostly geared toward 3rd through 8th graders; however, it could be easily adapted to both younger and older students. I competed on the Varsity Track Team in high school for four straight years. I was captain of sprints and hurdles during my senior year.
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