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...As each new skill is mastered, the confidence and energy to grow increases. From the "science club" that my husband and I created for our children and their friends to the high school classes I have taught in the city of Philadelphia, my experience shows that children have a natural curiosity ab...

...In addition, I have been tutoring Maths and Physics to students taking their 'O' levels, which is equivalent to US high school diploma. I will be attending MSEd Education Entrepreneurship program at the Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania from July 16, 2015 till July 24, 201...

...Simple Linear Regression Analysis 14. Correlation Coefficient 15. ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) I recently taught Introduction to Statistics at Burlington (NJ) County College (8 semesters from 2004 to 2006) and have successfully tutored statistics and biostatistics up through the PhD level.

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