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Dexter M. ...I truly believe that math can be fun and easy if it's broken down for you in a way that you can comprehend it. If you just need a tune-up, we can skip straight to the nuts and bolts. I'm very passionate about helping students succeed in math, because I believe it is the foundation of having a good set of life skills in general.
16 Subjects: including accounting, chemistry, calculus, geometry
Washington, DC
Reza R. I am teaching Accounting courses at George Mason University. I have earned high recognition in each semester's evaluation. I have taught accounting for last 12 years in various universities (University of Phoenix, George Mason University and University of California-Irvine). I am sure I can make a difference in students' learning.
1 Subject: accounting
Mc Lean, VA
Fred B. ...To help the student memorize these rules T-Tables would be used to show the student how to create journal entries for these transactions. After the student has gained understanding of this material, I would then discuss the three main financial statements (Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows,...
8 Subjects: including accounting, finance, Microsoft Excel, QuickBooks
Alexandria, VA
Lewis W. ...C.S. Lewis, Lee Strobel) and critical traditions (e.g. Bertrand Russell and Richard Dawkins). Of possible interest, I once saw Pope John Paul II during a Latin mass in St.
58 Subjects: including accounting, English, chemistry, SAT math
Washington, DC
Jeneba J. ...I have found that with a program such as Excel, the most effective way to teach someone about its capabilities is through hands-on training. I use Microsoft Word on a daily basis for composing reports and reviewing the reports of others. I obtained an accounting degree from Towson University.
4 Subjects: including accounting, business, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word
Bowie, MD

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