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...One of the projects I've used is the "Tightrope Snowman": a balancing snowman made from Styrofoam and screwdrivers, which I use in teaching the principle of center of gravity. Another project is a bull's-eye game using a mirror to teach the principle of the angle of reflection. A pan of water can be used to show how sound waves reflect off certain surfaces and are absorbed by others.

We use math every day, even when it doesn't seem like it. I like to help learners figure out applications of the math they want to master - and then approach it as a puzzle they might face in daily living. I have taught math in junior high, high school and college, as well as on the job in a wide range of fields.

...It upsets me when I hear students say, 'I'm just not good in math!' Comments like that typically mean that a math teacher along the way wasn't able to present the material in a way that made sense to the student. I've never met a student who didn't understand once we as a team figured out how t...

...I cannot be a good scientist without a strong knowledge of math and statistics. Without mathematical skills, I would not be able to do my job effectively. While I can teach basic concepts in math and statistics, I can also relate these concepts to real world problems.

...However, no matter how you learn, it is always good to see how someone else approaches problems. Like I said before, everyone learns differently, thus I'll adapt to your learning style so that it makes sense to you. The famous mathematician George Polya once said "it is better to solve a single problem five ways than it is to solve five problems the same way".

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