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...I have a degree in Mathematics and a Masters Degree in Teaching Mathematics. I have a variety of methods I use to determine student's strengths and weaknesses, and also to remedy any weaknesses, including test anxiety. I have taught Pre-Algebra specifically to 7th and 8th graders for the last few summers as students are preparing to enter Algebra 1.

...For example, some (like myself) like to see it come out of the Math, others are visual learners, and others like to see how it is applied. Besides the scientific concepts, I teach the methodology of how to attack a **physics** or chemistry problem. Many of my students don't know where to begin when they attempt to solve these problems.

...I am especially proficient in kinematics and mechanics, circuits, algebra, and geometry. However, I can be extremely helpful in just about any subject related to **physics** and math. During my time at RIC I was a tutor for two years through the school's tutoring program, working in the **physics** department to help students through the introductory classes.

...When I taught high school, my students did many hands on activities, such as designing catapults, building bridges, and using architectural software. In tutoring prealgebra, I help my students learn how to read a math problem, discern what the problem is asking, and decide on the most effective ...

...Introductory **physics**, mostly taught at the high school and college level, is what's called "classical mechanics" - the study of how big objects interact with one another, using concepts like forces, work, and momentum. By reducing physical phenomena to mathematical equations, our ability to desc...

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