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Austin, TX 78723

I received a B.S. and M.S. degree from Rutgers University in **physics**/astro**physics**. After working as a researcher in astronomy and particle **physics**, I moved to Austin to complete a PhD in theoretical particle **physics**. I currently teach a course in **physics** at UT...
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Austin, TX 78757

...I love to teach, and I have experience teaching both high school and college level students in algebra I, algebra II, precalculus, calculus, biology, chemistry, and **physics**.
As an engineer, I have a solid foundation in math and science: I have taken four semesters...
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Austin, TX 78744

...One topic on the SAT includes finding the length of an arc using the Pythagorean Theorem. If the arc is a quarter circle and there is a rectangle inscribed in that quarter circle with the length and width known, then the Pythagorean Theorem will calculate the...
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Austin, TX 78703

...on or daughter - whether they are:
a student in the 2nd grade, a college prep high school, or the university;
a mathematics or **physics** major, a budding scientist, engineer, a researcher in the physical sciences, or;
a liberal arts and humanities student.
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Austin, TX 78703

...It covered how to teach to one or only a few students and also how to accommodate for up to large size classrooms. I used this certification to provide supplemental instruction for a large lecture **physics** course, where I held small help sessions several times...
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