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Advanced Placement Calculus is comprised of Differential and Integral calculus. The material covered will be the equivalent of that presented in most colleges and universities? Calculus I course and, in part, their Calculus II course. My first and primary goal is to teach the students calculus. The secondary goal is to prepare them for the AP exam. I do spend several weeks at the end of the year specifically preparing students for the exam and will do things throughout the year to help prepare the students, as well. Some examples of this preparation are the following: as the AP exam is part m [more]

I have taught mathematics at the high school level for 14 years. These courses included Algebra, Precalculus, Trigonometry and AP Calculus BC. I have taught College Algebra, Trig and Calculus as an adjunct professor and as a graduate assistant for 6 years. I teach by explaining concepts and working with guided practice.... [more]

I have more than 5 years experience tutoring any areas from Calculus, focusing on derivatives, integration, polynomial approximations and series along with the use of concepts in statistical field. I am a very passionate individual about Mathematics and truly believe Mathematics represents "THE QUEEN" of all the science. It is a great way to represent many things in real life and it is a universal language..I consider math as a way of thinking, and it?s important to see how that thinking developed rather than only showing the result. I graduated from Edinboro University of PA with a dual degr [more]

I took AP Calculus AB my Junior year in High School and passed with a 5, and have completed MATH 20B for Science and Engineering Majors at UCSD last quarter (this is like AP Calc BC, plus a little more). Hello! My name is Pranay P. and my passion is Math, but I love science just as much. I am a currently an employee at Walmart as a Programmer and graduated with a Computer Science degree. I have taken Calculus 2 (MATH 20B), AP Calculus AB, AP Statistics, and AP Physics C: Mechanics in high school, passing with a score of 5 in all 3. I also took 5 other AP courses in high school, and got a mixtu [more]

I took AP Calculus as a senior in high school and loved every minute of it. I took calculus 1 again after my freshmen year of college and enjoyed it just as much if not more. This subject requires multiple thought processes and understanding. To help students I try to relate the subject matter to something they already know and understand. I make a point not to just do the work for them. I have my degree in Mathematics from the University of Arkansas. Before I came to the U of A I was a student at Rogers High School. I loved math even back then. My junior year of high school I took College Alg [more]

I have always loved teaching. As a gymnastics teacher at the YMCA in my hometown, my favorite part of teaching was watching the young kids have the sudden "lightbulb" moment and accompanying improvement. As I began tutoring middle school children as a part of my National Honor Society requirements, I realized that I enjoy teaching from an academic standpoint as well. I also began tutoring Honors and A.P. Chemistry students during my senior year of high school. The thing that makes me a good ... [more]

I was employed in the Learning Enhancement Across Disciplines program at Missouri University of Science and Technology. This program provides a learning space for students where a Peer Learning Assistant helps guide them either as a group or one-on-one. From January 2014-May 2014 I was a Peer Learning Assistant for the Chemistry Department at MST. From January 2014-May 2014 and August 2014-May 2015, I was a Peer Learning Assistant for the Physics Department at MST. I love tutoring for the sim... [more]

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