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Janet R. ...So, I have tons of experience with applying math and science to everyday problems. I have taught Adobe Flash for the University of Houston Downtown for one of their summer camps. I have lesson plans for all types of projects in Adobe Flash.
53 Subjects: including algebra 1, reading, English, chemistry
Conroe, TX
Richard V. ...Probability is the basis for statistics; if you can solve problems in probability, you are on the way to understanding and solving problems in statistics. My approach is intuitive and rigorous. You will learn the why as well as the how, using familiar real world examples.
16 Subjects: including algebra 1, calculus, writing, geometry
Humble, TX
Sara B. ...I have taught piano lessons for many years. My piano course is based on the Frances Clark method of teaching piano. This method is based on the interval approach to learning to play the piano.
49 Subjects: including algebra 1, English, reading, ESL/ESOL
Houston, TX
Marco M. I am Electronic Engineer, with a master's degree in Physics, I have had the chance to teach different Physics Labs (General Physics I and II, University Physics I and II). When I was a physics student I had to build a strong background in advance Mathematics, therefore basic Math is not a problem. ...
19 Subjects: including algebra 1, Spanish, calculus, algebra 2
Conroe, TX
Ralph K. ...I also have had numerous contract programming positions in Fortran. I have taken courses in formal logic and symbolic logic (Boolean Algebra) and always done A level work. As an electrical design engineer, I have used the concepts of formal logic to bring numerous circuit designs to a successful completion.
45 Subjects: including algebra 1, chemistry, reading, Spanish
Houston, TX

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