I've been a public school teacher for 26 years. My major was history, but along the way, picked up minors in math, biology, zoology, and other life sciences. My whole life has been on one side of the desk or the other. Husband and Dad were both MDs so science and medicine was a natural for me. My dad once told me that I knew more medicine than most doctors. I can easily answer almost any life science question, most history questions, and lots of medical questions.
Taught math,history, science, geology, chemistry, biology in a public school setting
None at the present time
Majored in history in college, minored in all those subject mentioned. Masters degree in education. Grad courses, but no degree in religious studies, U of Chicago, Divinity School.
Award at my one of my colleges of Best Student, in History as a year end award.
I tutored for two years in math. Math however, if not used daily fades. My area of competency is in honors first year algebra, at this point.
|Prashant S Akerkar||08/28/16||10||10||10||Dear Elisabeth Thanks. Prashant|
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