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...My librarian skills are valuable because I am aware of all the great resources available for finding out more information. Also as a librarian, I have taught information literacy skills to undergraduate and graduate students for three years. I work with students in all levels of mathematics, from algebra to **calculus** and also SAT preparation.

I am a junior physics major currently attending The College of New Jersey and I am employed by the college as a tutor. I enjoy studying physics and it is satisfying to help others to be able to enjoy it as well. I am also capable of tutoring various mathematical subjects, as physics contains many mathematical concepts.

...I find it important to break down more difficult concepts into steps, as well as to provide visuals so the concept can be better understood. Also being in special education I know that students constantly learn topics in a different way. Therefore, if one of my students does not understand a concept I teach it in a different way.

I have been a part time college instructor for over 10 years at a local university. While I have mostly taught all levels of **calculus** and statistics, I can also teach college algebra and pre-**calculus** as well as contemporary math. My background is in engineering and business, so I use an applied math approach to teaching.

...Graduate level would be dependent on the specific topic. As far as the college general education form of "finite math", I teach the course often at my college. We cover set theory, logic, numerical systems, group theory, and elementary number theory.

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