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...You will also learn different ways to solve triangles. Ratio and proportion are very important concepts to learn so that you can prove congruency. Other things to master are perimeter, area, volume and surface area.

...I have tutored privately for over ten years and have been employed by a college to deliver tutorials and laboratory demonstrations in civil, mechanical and electrical engineering and computer science courses. I have also worked as a high school teacher for six years and have taught mathematics, physics, science and computer science. My teacher registration is current.

...Math lessons need to be handled in such a way that the student actually looks forward to them. I will make sure that they are enjoyable as well as informative. My success in the classroom was always based on the fact that if I can make the student look forward to class then they will succeed.

...Seeing more and more students struggle each year with mathematics, I felt I could make more of a difference in the role of an instructional specialist. This year I have completed my masters program and have taken the position of mathematics coach to better train math teachers. Through my additional training I have learned how to work with all students with different learning styles.

...I took Business Statistics at University of Texas at Arlington, which required probability as a prerequisite. I also teach middle and high school students on probability through games and activities. My latest experience with probability is with my high school students at FWISD.

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