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...I am currently teaching high school math and I have taught the course Pre-Calculus several times. I am familiar with the content and I have resources to teach Pre-Calculus. I am a certified math teacher with a master of education degree.

...I've also worked as an ESL instructor. As a writer, I've published sixteen books, one of which recently reached #1 in the Amazon Kindle store for a day and a half. To other writers, I provide various services, ranging from light proofreading to heavy developmental editing to full-on ghostwriting.

...I have a Masters in Mathematics. I have completed undergraduate and graduate coursework in Differential Equations, Multivariable Calculus and Matrix Algebra, Non-linear System analysis and Functional analysis. As a member of an IT department who regularly interacts with physicists, I'm periodically called upon to solve a variety of differential equations in the course of my duties.

...As a certified teacher in elementary and special education, I have worked with students with Aspergers and many other types of special needs such as learning disabilities, emotional difficulties, and autism. I use multi-sensory methods of teaching and each student has an individualized education plan to ensure their success. I am a certified elementary and special education teacher.

...My substitute teaching experience in two different school districts one for six years and the other for two years along with my pre teaching undergraduate degree in Accounting helps me understand what is involved and filter this down to my students so they understand what the problem is they are ...

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