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...I also assisted students in calculus, physics, and biology. I continued this pursuit during my graduate studies at Auburn University offering tutoring as an graduate assistant. Throughout my professional life, I have maintained a passion for seeing the "AHA" moment in a students expression when science and **math** begin to make sense for them.

I have taught students from kindergarten through eighth grade for 20 years in Boulder Valley School District, spending the majority of that time teaching middle school **math** and science. I have also tutored high school students and adults in Honors Geometry, Advanced Algebra 2, and Precalculus. I l...

...I take a holistic approach; together my students and I will not only learn new subject matter, but also try to think more positively about ourselves and the subject so we stay motivated and eager to learn more. I am a yoga instructor, and sometimes I will bring in brief "brain breaks" of physica...

...I earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in **math**ematics at Pomona College in the 1990s, but then turned my attention to non-**math**ematical pursuits. In the years since then, I have done tutoring in **math** off and on. I've done the most tutoring with adult GED students in **math**, science, and other subjects; this would probably be my best fit.

...I still have the textbook I used. It is titled "Mathematics: A Discrete Introduction [Second Edition]" by Edward Scheinerman. Discrete **math** is the ideal way to begin the journey towards **math**ematical proofs as it allows your mind to examine more intuitive concepts like the natural numbers.

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