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Al P. ...During my graduate work I served as a teaching assistant in a robotics course and won an award as one of the best teaching assistants in the Mechanical Engineering department. I taught students about robotic sensors, motors, and how to program microprocessors and microcontrollers such as Arduino...
22 Subjects: including mechanical engineering, ACT Science, geometry, SAT math
Baltimore, MD
Thomas S. ...While some struggle to highlight the key topics and importance of trig, physics is actually a very useful tool for explaining the concepts that is not taken advantage of enough in math courses. Differential Equations was the first mathematics course I completed in college. The course was challenging, but very useful for my studies in physics.
7 Subjects: including physics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
Towson, MD
Casey M. ...For example, a student that has trouble with memory and has been determined to be a tactile learner, I would have them build a paper model of a system in science to help them learn it. Then, I would go over the names of the parts - ensuring and assessing if that strategy worked for them. My goa...
21 Subjects: including genetics, microbiology, biology, chemistry
Germantown, MD
Kamilah B. ...I graduated from undergrad with a B.S. in Biology, and later obtained a Master of Art in Teaching. I studied Spanish all through high school and college and spent a summer studying in Spain. I have a passion for education as well as science and Spanish.
4 Subjects: including biology, Spanish, elementary math, elementary science
Laurel, MD
Manuel E. ...In addition, giving importance to develop lifelong and self-directed learning, critical thinking, and a growth mindset; these should help in developing healthy study habits accordingly. I have been a basketball coach (head and assistant coaching) in high school, college, and recreation levels here and abroad. Most importantly, I do really love this sport.
15 Subjects: including psychology, reading, public speaking, elementary math
Columbia, MD

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