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...My undergraduate degree is in mathematics, and I have worked as a computer professional, as well as a math tutor. My doctoral degree is in psychology. I think this is a wonderful combination: I can relate to students, understand their frustrations and fears, and at the same time I deeply unders...

In 2012, I received my degree in Secondary Math Education from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. In my time at Madison, I worked with students through a tutoring program where I learned to develop relationships and my one on one teaching abilities. As a part of the education program, I was ch...

...I have used trigonometry extensively in multiple applications, especially in math and engineering settings. It is used heavily in physics. I make it a priority to flesh out trig using examples.

...I look forward to helping you achieve your goals!I've taught **calculus** for over 5 years at the high school level. The classes I teach are equivalent to the 1st and 2nd semester of college **calculus** classes. I show patience and clarity in my teaching by asking questions to check for understanding, visually showing examples, and discussing the application of the concept.

...A little about myself, I completed my B.Sc. degree in Meteorology from Penn State in May of 2014. Meteorology is heavily involved in math (it used to be considered a math major), which lead me to take Calc I, II, & III, and partial and differential equations. From August 2014-May 2015 I worked ...

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