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...I also graduated from Concordia University-Portland with a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Math (K-14). These experiences have helped me to become the teacher I am today. Because my teachers and professor never gave up on me, I never give up on my students. I try funny and real-world cases to introduce a topic. (read more)
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