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Michael W. ...My mastery over Pre-calculus helped me obtain a 5 in AP Calculus BC the following year. I continued applying Pre-calculus topics throughout a college engineering curriculum. For example, engineering problems often involve trigonometric functions like sine and cosine, for which Pre-calculus laid the groundwork.
10 Subjects: including calculus, physics, geometry, algebra 1
El Monte, CA
Jennifer L. ...There were fifty students in the class ranging from 9th to 12th grade that were studying geometry. I was given the opportunity to help them succeed in this subject. I've actually taken up to precalculus at a college level.
5 Subjects: including writing, geometry, algebra 1, prealgebra
San Gabriel, CA
Timothy A. ...Department. My Bachelors Degree in Child Development helped me appreciate the need for students to have a strong foundation in Phonics to become fluent readers. Many of our students read at a lower grade level and a few could not read at all.
2 Subjects: including reading, phonics
Arcadia, CA
RODOLFO E. ...Throughout my work experience across more than 10 employers, I have been engaged in numerous public speaking, formal presentations and media/press interviews for the various companies and organizations where I worked. As such, one of my key or core functions in these jobs was being the Official ...
9 Subjects: including reading, English, writing, grammar
Los Angeles, CA
Shuming H. ...I am also in charge of the international program with the foreign university and institute. Overlooking the costs and fees of international students in Sias Interantional University in China. I had about 500 international students who came over to our university for study Chinese from 2007 to 2013.
1 Subject: Chinese
Walnut, CA

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