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I have been an instructor at the University of Phoenix in computer science and mathematics since 2002. I follow the "Socratic Method" of asking questions that help the students reach the concept on their own

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I never worked with excel or spread sheets before taking statistics. Richard is very patient with me, most of the time I don't have a clue on how to approach a problem. He asks me in an easier way then we approach the problem.

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ACT Math,
Computer:

C,
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I have been lecturing on the concepts covered in the Math ACT exam at the University of Phoenix for the past ten years. I hold a New Jersey mathematics teaching certificate. I scored 800 in the math Graduate Record Exam (GRE) so I can teach test-taking methods as well as the subject material.

I have been covering the concepts of Algebra 1 at the University of Phoenix for the past ten years. I hold a New Jersey mathematics teaching certificate.

I have been covering the concepts of Algebra 2 at the University of Phoenix for the past ten years. I hold a New Jersey mathematics teaching certificate.

I worked with C# software for over three years at proServices corporation. I developed and maintained software in C#. I also verified and validated C# software from clients, detecting vulnerabilities and other defects.

I used COBOL while employed as Software Design Associates (later became part of Nynex) for several clients, including AT&T, Mutual Benefit Life, and ADP. During the period, 1978 to 1984, I programmed over 40 thousand lines of new code and maintained large systems (over 100 thousand lines). I conducted a seminar on structured code for other consultants.

I have been programming computers professionally since 1965 in over a dozen different programming languages. I have maintained software systems with over a hundred thousand lines of code. I worked with a variety of applications, including satellite communication, insurance and banking.

I have been teaching an introduction to computer science course, POS 371, at the University of Phoenix since 2002. The topics of POS 371 include control structures, arrays, using parameters in procedures, and recursion. I hold a MS in computer science and have worked with software since 1965.

Many of my algebra students at the University of Phoenix are in the nursing program. I use word problems related to nursing (for example, dosage calculation) in my lectures and discussion questions. Several of the nurses have shared their experiences with algebra in nursing

I began using Perl in the mid '90s to provide common gateway interfaces for web pages. For the past seven years, I have also been using Perl for scripting and text manipulation. Perl provides the portability of working the same on Windows as on Unix.

I studied the Praxis literature prior to taking the exam and mastered some of the suggested test-taking methods. I passed the Math Praxis on the first attempt, earning the ETS "Recognition of Excellence". I coached one of my wife's co-workers who also passed on the first attempt.

I teach Pre-Calculus at the University of Phoenix. I am also licensed to teach the subject in New Jersey High Schools.

I have been teaching math at the University of Phoenix for over ten years. I scored 800 on the Math GRE exam. I have mastered methods for scoring well on College Board tests and I can teach these methods to students.

I have been working with statistics for more than forty years. I developed statistical software packages for Mutual Benefit Life Insurance. I teach Statistics (Math 233) at the University of Phoenix.

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