...As an incoming freshman at CNU, I tested out of math, but I still took several math classes before choosing math as my major. I help students overcome their fear or dislike of numbers by using humor and demonstrating how math relates to everyday applications. Even though I have never served in the military or been a nurse, I am very knowledgeable about the ASVAB, AFOQT, and TEAS exams. (read more)
...Identify the relevant evidence and experiential background needed to make a decision, solve a problem or create new knowledge.
3. Clarify the facts, concepts, evidence, and relationships that contribute to addressing questions and solving problems.
4. Evaluate the quality and completeness of evidence and other forms of support.
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...I have taught all of these elements in multiple settings. I am also an outstanding instructor of history and similar fields because I believe in linking multiple concepts such as historical thinking and causation. I like to make these topics interesting. (read more)